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TOM EVERETT SCOTT (Matheson) has worked steadily in television, on stage and in films ever since he made his celebrated motion-picture debut as drummer Guy Patterson in director Tom Hanks' comedy "That Thing You Do!” in 1996.

The Massachusetts-born actor graduated from Syracuse University with a degree in drama before traveling to New York City to learn his craft. He won several jobs in commercials and cofounded a small theater company before landing a recurring role on the TV series "Grace Under Fire.”

Lead roles followed in such films as "One Dog Day,” "An American Werewolf in Paris,” "Dead Man on Campus,” "One True Thing,” "River Red,” "The Love Letter,” "Top of the Food Chain,” "Attraction” and "Boiler Room,” as well as regular appearances in such television series as "The Street,” "Philly,” "Do Over,” "ER,” "Saved” and "Cashmere Mafia.” This fall he is starring in "Southland,” a new series for NBC from executive producer John Wells ("ER”).

He has appeared often on stage, including plays on Broadway ("The Little Dog Laughed”) as well as off-Broadway ("The Country Club”). Most recently, he starred in the motion picture "Tanner Hall.”


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