Scott Butler is a British actor from South London. He first came to the U.S. in 2002 while working for Sony PlayStation as a video game artist. His love for bringing life to creative characters led him beyond the world of video games and to the Actor's Workshop Studios (San Diego) in 2009.
Shortly after taking up acting, Scott found himself the winner of a Best Actor award from the Pacific Coast Theatre Company for his roles as Romeo and Brutus in the comedy "50 Minutes of Shakespeare". After a number of subsequent parts in local indie films, Scott then landed the role of Jack the Ripper in the series "Hollywood Hell", which ultimately won a Regional Emmy.
He went on to win Best Actor at the Canada International Film Festival in 2011 for his complex portrayal of a disgruntled writer in the abstract short film Abeo. His first big screen supporting role was in the 2012 Warner Bros theatrical release "16-Love", where he acted alongside Lindsey Shaw (Pretty Little Liars) and Chandler Massey (Days of Our Lives).
Scott later studied at the Aaron Speiser Acting Studio in Los Angeles and the prestigious voice acting studio Kalmenson & Kalmenson in Burbank. He has appeared on popular shows on the Food Network, National Geographic, Lifetime, and Biography, and has a supporting role in the upcoming theatrical movie "#iKllr" (2014). Other upcoming roles include movies with Eric Roberts, George Lazenby, and Flavor Flav.
Biography By: R.Brink