ADAM SCOTT (Lieutenant Embry) stars in
Christopher Haifley's independent film "Ronnie," which premiered at
the 2002 Slamdance Film Festival. He plays the title role of a young man who
develops a disturbing attraction towards a mentally disabled woman.
Scott recently had a lead role opposite
Heather Donahue and Eion Bailey in Derek Simonds' "Seven and a Match,"
which debuted at the 2001 Los Angeles Film Festival.
Scott's other feature film credits
include "Star Trek: First Contact" and "Hellraiser IV." He
also has appeared in numerous independent features, including Robert Mickelson's
"Off the Lip," Jonathan Kahn's "Girl," Ted Melfi's
"Winding Roads," David McKay's "The Lesser Evil," and
Lawrence Trilling's "Dinner and Driving."
On the small screen, Scott's credits
include "Payback," a movie-of-the-week with Mary Tyler Moore and Ed
Asner. He had recurring roles on "Wasteland," "Party of
Five" and "Murder One," and guest roles on "NYPD Blue"
Scott's stage credits include roles in
"Uncle Bob," a two-man show with Austin Pendleton, which ran in Los
Angeles, New York, and Edinburgh; "Everett Beekin" at the South Coast
Repertory," "Dealer's Choice" and "Buffalo Hunters" at
The Mark Taper Forum, "Beirut" at the Gardner Stage, "Water and
Wine" at the Met Theatre, "Rhyme and Reason" at the Hudson
Theatre, and "Bloody Poetry" at the Globe Theatre.
As a graduate of the American Academy
of Dramatic Arts, Scott got his start appearing in stage productions, in such
leading roles as: Serge in "Bonjour, La, Bonjour," for which he won
the Jehlinger Award for Best Actor; Oberon in "A Midsummer Night's
Dream," Billy the Kid in "The Beard," and Al in "The Grapes
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