Scott Wolf Poster


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Overview (4)

Born in Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Birth NameScott Richard Wolf
Nicknames Scottie Wolf
Height 5' 7" (1.7 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Scott Wolf is an actor and producer known for his roles in Party of Five (1994), White Squall (1996), Go (1999), Everwood (2002), V (2009), Perception (2012), The Night Shift (2014) and many others. In addition to his extensive work on screen and TV, Wolf's prestigious stage experience includes the Tony Award-winning Broadway production of "Side Man" and Lincoln Center's production of "Observe The Sons of Ulster Marching Towards The Somme". Wolf also spent several seasons acting in the prestigious Williamstown Theater Festival. He has been married to Kelley Wolf since May 29, 2004. They have have 3 children.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Bex Mawn

Family (2)

Spouse Kelley Wolf (29 May 2004 - present)  (3 children)
Children Wolf, Jackson Kayse
Wolf, Miller William
Wolf, Lucy Marie

Trade Mark (2)

Short frame

Trivia (15)

Got the role of Bailey Salinger on Party of Five (1994) after Jerry O'Connell pulled out, due to taking the lead in Sliders (1995).
Has a degree in finance from George Washington University.
Director Doug Liman originally did not want to cast him in Go (1999) because Katie Holmes was already in the movie, and he did not want the movie to star 2 TV actors. However, he saw him talking in a hallway with Jay Mohr and realized that the chemistry between the two would be good in the movie.
Was engaged to Alyssa Milano and, after their breakup, lived with Paula Devicq for a year.
Member of the Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity.
Graduated from West Orange High School in West Orange, New Jersey before moving to California.
Was an extra on Saved by the Bell (1989) at the same time as fellow actor Casper Van Dien.
Scott and his wife, Kelley Wolf, are parents of a boy named Jackson Kayse Wolf (b. March 22, 2009).
Second son, Miller William Wolf, was born on November 10, 2012, weighing 7 lbs. 6 oz.
Park City, Utah: Living with wife, Kelley Wolf, and son Jackson. [2012]
He is the son of Susan (Levy), a drug abuse counselor, and Steven Wolf, a health care executive. Both of his parents are from Jewish families (from Germany and Russia).
His wife, Kelley Wolf, is expecting their third child (and first daughter) in May 2014 [November 19, 2013].
Cousin of comedian Josh Wolf.
On Party of Five (1994), his character Bailey states his resemblance to Tom Cruise several times.
Daughter Lucy Marie Wolf born May 24, 2014.

Personal Quotes (21)

Everyone wants that sense of fulfilling a purpose in some way.
Although, I didn't really like sushi until I moved out to L.A.
But since I'm single, it's nice to get a kiss where I can.
I had heard before that there were rumors I was gay. It's funny. My cousin gets his hair cut at this place, and one of the guys there told him that Scott Wolf was gay. He didn't realize that he was my cousin.
Actually, I've only been involved with one girl I worked with. It was Alyssa Milano. We didn't actually have an onscreen kiss - we're about to but it gets broken up.
There are so many people I would love to work with, like Al Pacino, Paul Newman, Gary Oldman - maybe Tom Cruise. I wanna play his brother in something - so call my agent!
If I could live a parallel life, I would be a sitcom star; being in front of a live audience would be great.
I was always enamored with TV shows and movies. But you didn't grow up in my town and turn into an actor.
I got tackled once in a movie theater. I was with my mom and brother, and then suddenly I got hit from behind and sort of sprawled out on the candy counter.
When Party of Five (1994) ended I believed we had run our course. I believed the basic ideal and premise of the show had been fulfilled.
It's kind of a shame that it's even an issue. Not being gay, I can't fully appreciate how complicated that is. In the article, the interviewer asked me, and I said that if I were, I would just say it.
I was a big Jersey meat-and-potatoes kind of guy before I got here.
You can't do your work worrying about what people will think of it - you kind of just have to do your work.
Idolizing is a strong word, though. I'm happy that people respond well to the work I'm doing now. If anyone admires what I'm doing in any way, then I'm really proud of it.
We felt like we just got surrounded by this community of friends.
I don't think the way I look at myself has changed.
I guess I hit a point while I was in college when I realized I would have to do something with my life!
I watch sitcoms like Seinfeld (1989), and here's a newsflash, but what a great show.
I still feel like I'm doing this for the same reasons and working just as hard.
I was always proud on Party of Five (1994). We never had the biggest audience, but we had arguably the most loyal.
I see myself as the same person as I was, as I am now.

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