Scott's acting career began when he was contacted by Carl Butto of Creative Talent in Las Vegas. Carl had seen him on a talk show, representing Nevada Highway Patrol, on the local PBS TV station and was impressed by his voice and screen presence. After appearing in dozens of local commercials, Scott landed the part of "State Trooper" on the WB TV series "The Strip", his first SAG part, and later joked with Carl saying, "If didn't get that part, I shouldn't be acting". Read more... movie auditions began to come his way. Steven Soderbergh personally thanked Scott for making the Ocean's Eleven Airport Scene spectacular. As an honorably retired State Trooper, Scott gives law enforcement roles added realism and performs them flawlessly. He is sure, the best is yet to come!