Photos with Risa Scott
Risa is a TV and film actress in the Denver area working on a wide variety of projects featuring commercial, indie film and feature film roles. Risa's recent and notable roles include a troubled bartender role in Jeff Kingery's feature drama 'Table 47', the lost and confused Marnie in Alex Amedei's horror feature 'Beneath Glass Trees' and award-winning short film 'River Bridge', directed by Benjamin Erbach in which Risa portrays one of the three sister's of Fate. Read more... modern take on character and scene preparation through Benjy Dobrin Studios. Risa has also been trained in film stunts through Rocky Mountain Stunt Group with Mark Grove and in improv comedy skills with Michael Collins Risa excels in dramatic roles such as Zach Eastman's homage to the Aurora shootings 'The Boy Who Stares' in which she plays a school shooting survivor, reflecting on the impact of the event ten years later. But she also dominates comedic characters with interesting behavior and qualities such as Matilda, the often-drunk half-demon monk featured in the new web series One Die Short, directed and created by comic artist Matt Forcella. In addition to acting, Risa is also a producer and writer working on a wide range of projects. Recently, Risa was credited as Executive Producer for the short film 'Popsy,' directed by Richard Fleming and based on the Stephen King Short of the same name. She models for many local photographers including a recent shoot as June Carter for Arch Angel Productions capturing many of the Cash couple's well-loved poses. Outside of film, Risa enjoys a wide range of athletics including rock climbing, motorcycling, ice hockey and mountain biking but can occasionally be caught juggling or simply reading a good mystery. She cooks up a storm and holds a master's degree in civil engineering. Risa is actively pursuing the next challenge in her acting and looks forward to new and diverse featured roles with which to develop and refine her craft.