SCOTT FOLEY recently starred as Noel Crane on the critically
acclaimed WB series "Felicity."
Foley made his feature film debut in Wes Craven's "Scream
3" for Dimension Films and recently completed production on the indie feature "Rennie's
Landing" opposite Ethan Embry, Peter Facinelli and Jennifer Garner.
Born in Kansas City, Kansas, Foley relocated often during his
childhood due to his father's career in international banking. He lived all over
the world, including Sydney, Australia, and Tokyo, Japan. Foley attended high school in St. Louis,
Missouri, performing in school and community theater productions. Ever determined, Foley never
wanted to do anything else but act.
After graduating high school, he bought a one-way plane ticket
to Los Angeles. Knowing little about Los Angeles except that "The Tonight
Show" taped in Burbank, he figured that was the place to live. With limited funds, he
rented a "sleeping room" and worked constantly, first in insurance and later managing restaurants,
while taking acting classes and going to auditions.
In the summer of 1997, Foley landed a theatrical agent and his
career skyrocketed. Within one month he landed a guest starring role on "Dawson's
Creek," as Cliff, the high school quarterback who successfully challenged Dawson for Jen's
romantic interest. Foley parlayed his one episode stint into a five episode ark. His other TV credits
include, "Zoe, Duncan, Jack and Jane" and the NBC movie-of-the-week, "Crowned and
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