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SCOTT TERRA (Sam Finney) Born in Connecticut, 15-year-old Scott Terra has been in front of the camera almost his whole life. Scott appeared in print ads for a baby toy at the age of two and made numerous other appearances in print ads for magazines. At the age of seven while watching television, Scott told his mother, "I can do that," and it launched his acting career. He booked a part on one of his first auditions for the New York-based soap opera "The Guiding Light."

Since relocating to Los Angeles, Scott has never stopped working. In addition to numerous commercials, Scott has appeared on television in "The Guiding Light," "All My Children," "Spin City," "Beverly Hills, 90210," "Charmed,"

"Going Home," "Then Came You," "Providence," "Touched by an Angel" and, in a recurring role, "7th Heaven." Scott's performance in "Charmed" garnered him a nomination for a Young Artist Award. Scott has also appeared in two television movies: The Disney Channel's "Motocrossed," where Scott earned his second Young Artist Award nomination, and CBS' "Sons of Mistletoe."

Scott has also appeared on film in the critically acclaimed movie "Shadrach" where he starred opposite Harvey Keitel and Andie MacDowell. His performance caught the eye of many critics and professionals in the entertainment industry.

Scott recently completed filming "Daredevil," where he plays Matt Murdock (Ben Affleck) as a child when the superhero first obtains his superpowers. Scott has also starred in four other films: "Eight Legged Freaks," "Ground Zero," "Redemption of the Ghost" and "The Perfect Nanny."

If not an actor when he gets older, Scott sees himself in the business as possibly a director or producer. When not working, Scott lives in Los Angeles where he also enjoys comedy (imitations), golf, baseball, football, snow skiing, swimming, fishing, art and reading.


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