Who is Scott Wolf?
Scott Richard Wolf was born in Boston, Massachusetts USA on 4 June 1968 – his zodiac sign is Gemini, and he holds American nationality. He’s an actor who’s been credited with appearing in close to 50 movies and TV series, while he’s most likely known best for his portrayal of Dr. Scott Clemmens, in the romantic drama series “The Night Shift”. It was created by Gabe Sachs and Jeff Judah, aired from 2014 to 2017, and starred Eoin Macken, Jill Flint and Brendan Fehr. It follows several Army doctors who have begun working the night shift at a San Antonio hospital; it won three of the five awards for which it was nominated.
Early life and education
Scott was raised in Boston alongside his brother Gary and sister Jessica, by their father Steven who was a health care executive, and their mother Susan (nee Levy) who was a housewife. Scott’s cousin Josh Point Wolf is a famous American actor, writer and comedian.
He became interested in acting while attending West Orange High School. Scott practiced with the school’s drama club, and appeared in various plays, often playing lead characters. He was also into sports, and was on the school’s football team. Upon matriculating in 1987, he enrolled at The George Washington University, from which he obtained his Bachelor of Arts degree in 1991, majoring in finance. While there, Scott was also a member of the Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity.
Roles in movies
Scott made his debut film appearance in 1990, when he portrayed a thug in the action adventure comedy “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles”. The movie was very popular, thus helping Scott gain recognition with his first movie appearance.
A couple of Scott’s following roles were in the romantic family comedy “All I Want for Christmas”, the action adventure comedy “The Skid Kid” both in 1991, and the 1992 drama “Yesterday Today”.
Scott’s following notable performance was in 1999, when he played Adam, one of the lead characters in the crime comedy “Go”. Written by John August, directed by Doug Liman, it also starred Sarah Polley and Jay Mohr, it follows the story of a drug deal told by three people, and won five of the 12 awards for which it was nominated.
The 2000s saw Scott win roles in close to 10 movies, with some of the most popular amongst these being the 2001 animated family adventure “Lady and the Tramp 2: Scamp’s Adventure” (voice role), the 2002 romantic crime drama “Emmett’s Mark”, and the 2005 mystery comedy drama “Love Thy Neighbor”.
In 2014, Scott could’ve been seen playing Jake Jones in the mystery comedy “Such Good People”. It starred Michael Urie, Randy Harrison and James Urbaniak, and follows a gay couple who are babysitting for rich people, and who have found their secret room full of cash.
Scott’s three most recent roles in movies have been in the 2015 romantic comedy “Meet My Valentine”, the sports drama “Inside Game” and the romantic musical drama “A Christmas Love Story” both in 2019.
Roles in TV series
Scott made his debut TV series appearance in 1991, with his portrayal of Billy in the episode “Double Trouble” of the musical family comedy “Kids Incorporated”. Then in 1992, he could’ve been seen playing Waiter at the Max, in eight episodes of the romantic family comedy “Saved by the Bell”.
The rest of the ‘90s saw Scott appear in an episode or two of various series, such as the comedy “Evening Shade”, the family comedy “Blossom” and the reality talk-show comedy “MADtv”. Between 1994 and 2000, he starred as Bailey Salinger, in all 142 episodes of the family drama “Party of Five”, created by Amy Lippman and Christopher Keyser, which also starred Matthew Fox and Neve Campbell, and follows five siblings who must now raise themselves as their parents have died.
The series won seven of the 43 awards for which it was nominated, including a Primetime Emmy nomination.
In 2004, he was cast to star as Dr. Jake Hartman, in the drama “Everwood”, and in 2006 Scott played Jeremy Kates, in the crime drama “The Nine”.
In 2012 and 2013, he voiced the main character Raiden Pierce-Okamoto, in the animated drama “Kaijudo: Rise of the Duel Masters”, which follows the young boy Rai, who has the ability to see the mysterious creatures from a parallel universe. A couple of Scott’s following roles were in the mystery crime drama “Perception”, and two voice-over roles in the animated comedy drama “BoJack Horseman” and the animated action adventure “Voltron: Legendary Defender”.
His most recent TV series appearance has been his portrayal of Carson Drew in 36 episodes of the fantasy horror “Nancy Drew”, between 2019 and 2021.
The series is about Nancy, who was just about to leave her hometown to attend college, but has now found herself involved in a supernatural murder mystery.
In 1990, Scott sang the song “Dixie”, in the episode “The Glee Club” of the series “Saved by the Bell”.
He has been featured in many documentaries, such as the 1998 series “Celebrity Profile”, the 2001 short video “The Making of ‘Lady and the Tramp II’: From Tramp to Scamp”, and the 2001 series “Biography”.
In 2003, Scott co-produced the movie “Picking Up & Dropping Off”.
In 2008, he received special thanks for the short film “A Timely Maneuver”.
Scott has made a guest appearance in numerous talk-shows, including in “The Daily Show”, “The Rosie O’Donnell Show” and “The Ellen DeGeneres Show”.
Awards and nominations
Scott has won five awards, including a 2013 Burbank International Film Festival Award for Best Actor, a 2019 Downtown Film Festival Los Angeles Award for Best Ensemble Cast, and a 2019 San Diego Film Festival Award for Best Ensemble Cast.
He has also been nominated for eight awards, including two Teen Choice Awards, two San Diego Film Festival Awards, and a Filmed in Utah Award.
Love life and wife Kelley Limp
Scott met his future other half Kelley Limp sometime in the early 2000s, and the two exchanged vows on 29 May 2004, in a private ceremony attended by their closest friends and family members. They met on the set of a TV series, as Kelley’s also an actress, while she’s most likely still known best for her portrayal of Jake’s Pretty Young Thing, in the drama series “Everwood”.
On 22 March 2009, Kelley gave birth to their son Jackson Kayse Wolf, and on 10 November 2012, they welcomed their second son Miller William Wolf. On 24 May 2014, Kelley gave birth to their daughter Lucy Marie Wolf, and the family of five seems to be leading a happy life together, as of June 2021.
Before meeting Kelley, Scott was engaged to Alyssa Milano, a famous American actress, singer, and author, but the engagement was called off in 1993. In 1996, he began dating Paula Devicq, a Canadian actress; the relationship lasted for around a year.
There are also rumors circulating the internet, claiming that Scott hooked up with Shoshanna Gruss, an American fashion designer, back in 1999.
Hobbies and interesting facts
Scott likes to taste various cuisines, and has stated that prior to moving to Los Angeles, California, he didn’t like sushi, but eventually became fond of the Japanese cuisine, and it’s today amongst his favorites.
He’s a huge fan of the actors Paul Newman, Tom Cruise and Al Pacino, and would like to play a brother of Al Pacino or Tom in any movie. A couple of Scott’s favorite films are “Top Gun”, the trilogy “The Godfather”, and “The Last Samurai”.
Scott’s into travelling, and has been all around the US to shoot for his movies and TV series, while he has also been to a couple of European countries, including England and France.
He likes to travel by sea, and enjoys going cruising.
Scott is a lover of animals, with horses and giraffes being his favorites, and he’s today a supporter of the organization People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA).
Age, height and net worth
Scott’s age is 53. He has short brown hair and blue eyes, his height is 5ft 7ins (1.7m) and he weighs around 148lbs (67kgs).
As of June 2021, his net worth has been estimated at over $10 million.