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Scott Vance

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22 February 1964 Walnut Creek, California, USA
Scott is originally from the San Francisco Bay Area. He graduated with honors from San Francisco State University's Creative Arts Department and also attended the renowned American Conservatory Theatre, where he studied acting under Annette Bening. Scott landed his first major film gig as an unfortunate nemesis to Dirty Harry in "The Dead Pool" with Clint Eastwood. This was followed by guest-starring roles on two San Francisco based series, "Midnight Caller" and "Wolf". Soon thereafter an opportunity arose to traverse the country with an unusual theatrical company and for the next year Scott performed on makeshift stages in our nation's correctional institutions playing for appreciative audiences of prison inmates. With Los Angeles beckoning, and the non-stop touring of prisons becoming less attractive, Scott moved to Hollywood in the late-nineties. He immediately landed the starring role in the award-winning short film "The Bicyclist" and a supporting part in the cult film "The Girl in the Cadillac". Scott was head of the "Fremen" in the cult video game sensation "Dune/Emperor",based on the Frank Herbert sci-fi classic. He had a principle role on the "X-Files" (in an episode written and directed by Gillian Anderson)and recurred as "Agent Douglas" on the ABC series "Alias". He has appeared on HBO's "Carnivale" and was seen in the short-lived series,"Threat Matrix", on ABC. He starred in the short films "The Company Man" (Los Angeles International Short Film Festival), "Sailor's Girl" (Sundance), "Kiss Me Goodnight" (Garden State Film Festival), and the award-winning short "The Masquerade". He had supporting roles in "Everything Put Together" starring Rada Mitchell (Helmed by Marc Forster, director of "Monster's Ball", "Finding Neverland," & "BOND: Quantum of Solace"). Scott had an open-ended run on the NBC Daytime Soap, "Passions" until cancellation. He appeared as a nemesis to Kiefer Sutherland's Jack Bauer in "24" on Fox and as a government agent in the final season of "Sleeper Cell" on Showtime. More recently, Scott was extended the honor of portraying "Limp Dick" in the recently-released Corbin Bernsen film, "Donna on Demand," "Detective Murk" in "A Woman Called Job," starring Adam Garcia. Scott guest-starred as Detective Kaplan on the final season of "Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles." As a writer, Scott has several scripts in various stages of development. "Lafayette", his first, will go to production in late 2010-
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