Adam Scott: Who Is He? Know Age, Net Worth, Wife, Family & Biography Of The Actor

Adam Scott’s Biography and Wiki

Adam Scott, who was born on April 3, 1973, will be 49 years old in 2022. He was reared in a working-class family in the United States and was born and raised in Santa Cruz, California. California is where he was born. He is of Sicilian, Scottish, and Irish ancestry and is an American citizen.

After graduating from Harbor High School in California, he continued on to the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in Los Angeles to hone his acting abilities.

Adam Scott

Adam Scott

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Wife, Family, and Relationships

Douglas Scott and Anne Scott are Adam Scott’s parents. Douglas Scott is his father’s name.

Anne Scott is the name of his mother. They were both educators.

David Scott and Shannon Scott are two of his siblings.

His current romantic status is marriage. Frankie Scott and Graham Scott, the couple’s two children, were born to him and Naomi Sablan in 2005.

Adam Scott Net Worth

An American actor, comedian, producer, and podcaster by the name of Adam Scott (sometimes known as Adam Paul Scott). Adam Scott has a $8 million net worth as of 2022. His most well-known roles include those on shows like Parks and Recreation.

He has also appeared in a number of films and is a highly sought-after comic and actor in Hollywood. He has a sizable online fan base and is active on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

Physical Qualities

Adam Scott has a really dashing personality and is a lovely man. He is physically fit. He is approximately 75 kilograms in weight, 5 feet 8 inches tall, and has brown hair and eyes.

Career

Adam Scott has been in a number of Hollywood blockbusters, such as Hellraiser (1996), Who Loves the Sun (2006), and Monster-in-law (2005). He appeared in the 2004 film Anchorman alongside John Hamm. He made two film appearances in 2010: The Vicious Kind and Passenger Side.

Early life

Scott was born in Santa Cruz, California, to retired schoolteacher Simon Dougald Scott and Anne (née Quartararo). On his mother’s side, he is one-quarter Sicilian. Shannon and David are his two older siblings. He obtained diplomas from Los Angeles, California’s American Academy of Dramatic Arts and Harbor High School.

Career

Film

2012 Toronto International Film Festival with Scott

The Lesser Evil (1998), High Crimes (2002), The Aviator (2004), Torque (2004), Monster-in-Law (2005), Who Loves the Sun (2006), Knocked Up (2007), Step Brothers (2008), August (2008), Piranha 3D (2010), and Leap Year are just a few of the feature films in which Scott has appeared. Scott has also appeared in Star Trek: First Contact (1996), Hellraiser: Bloodline (1996, 1996), Hellraiser: Bloodline, The (2010).

In one of the broadcast’s credits for the movie Anchorman, Scott is listed next to Jon Hamm. He acknowledged that this was because of his and Hamm’s connection with producer Shauna Robertson, who included their names in the credits as an Easter egg, in an appearance on G4’s Attack of the Show! show on April 21, 2011. In the 2013 adaptation of The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, he portrayed Ted Hendricks, the hated corporate boss of Walter Mitty.

Scott played the roles of Jeremy and Bachelorette in the 2011 film Our Idiot Brother. He played Jason Fryman in Friends with Kids as well (2012). He played Caleb Sinclaire, a more somber character than his previous humorous roles, in the 2010 movie The Vicious Kind, for which Scott was nominated for an Independent Spirit Award for Best Actor. Positive reviews for the movie itself were received, and he took home two individual prizes at two different film festivals. He starred in the 2010 DVD release of the movie Passenger Side.

At the 2013 Sundance Film Festival, Scott’s movie A.C.O.D. had its world premiere. He co-starred in the holiday comedy-slasher movie Krampus in 2015 and served as executive producer and Alex in the comedy The Overnight.

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Television

He played the roles of Griff Hawkins in Boy Meets World, Josh in Party of Five, and Ben Cooper, David’s love interest on Six Feet Under. On the HBO drama Tell Me You Love Me, he portrayed Palek (2007). In the first and second seasons of the HBO series Eastbound & Down, Scott portrayed a cocaine-dependent, insane baseball front office man. He starred in episodes of Party Down on the Starz network from 2009 to 2010. He was nominated for a 2009 Entertainment Weekly Ewwy Award for Best Actor in a Comedy Series for his work in Party Down.

In 2010, Scott became a cast member of the popular NBC comedy series Parks and Recreation. He played Ben Wyatt, a state auditor who travels to the fictional Indiana town of Pawnee to assess the finances of the community. In the second season, he made an appearance as a guest star alongside Rob Lowe before taking on a main role for the remaining seasons of the show. The seventh and last season of the program came to an end in February 2015.

Scott has made an appearance in the Childrens Hospital comedy on Adult Swim. Additionally, he appeared in the NTSF:SD:SUV:: episode “The Risky Business of Being Alone in Your Home” as well as the annual Adult Swim extravaganza The Greatest Event in Television History, which he also wrote and produced. Scott also had an appearance as a newscaster in the Comedy Central episode “Relapse into Refreshment” of Nick Swardson’s Pretend Time. He has made several appearances in advertisements for Sunday Night Baseball on ESPN.

Scott played the demon Trevor in four episodes of The Good Place from 2016 to 2018.

In the 2017 television series Big Little Lies on HBO, Scott played Ed Mackenzie, the husband of Madeline Mackenzie, who was portrayed by Reese Witherspoon. In the one-season comedy Ghosted, which debuted on Fox on October 1, 2017, Scott co-starred with Craig Robinson.

Scott served as the presenter of the Ryan Reynolds-executive produced ABC game show Don’t in 2020.

Scott featured in the 2022 episode of Severance on Apple TV+.

Podcasting

The Earwolf podcast U Talkin’ U2 To Me, which debuted in February 2014, was co-created and co-hosted by Scott Aukerman and Scott. The podcast bills itself as “the exhaustive and encyclopedic compendium of all things U2” at the beginning of each episode, but it mostly uses discussion of the band as a springboard for improv and absurdist humor.

R U Talkin’ R.E.M. Re: Me?, a new podcast in the same format that covers the life and work of the band R.E.M., was released in February 2018 by Scott and Scott. R U Talkin’ RHCP Re: Me?, a third podcast, premiered in July 2020 and features Scott and Scott talking about the Red Hot Chili Peppers. The podcast’s structure was quickly changed to include Talking Heads discussion, and as of the second episode, it was renamed U Talkin’ Talking Heads 2 My Talking Head.

Additionally, Scott has appeared as a guest on a number of podcasts, such as Kevin Pollak’s Chat Show, How Did This Get Made?, Comedy Bang! Bang!, and Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard.

Personal life

In 2005, Guam native Naomi Sablan and Scott were united in marriage. They have two youngsters.

The band R.E.M. has a “die-hard” admirer in Scott. He had an uncredited appearance in the music video for their single “Drive” in 1992.

Scott confessed he asked actor Mark Hamill to one of his childhood birthday parties while appearing on Jimmy Kimmel Live! Scott was taken aback by guest host Kristen Bell’s unexpected appearance of Hamill brandishing a lightsaber in honor of Star Wars Day.

Adam Scott

Adam Scott

FAST FACTS

  • Appeared in music videos for REM and Tia Carrere
  • Made his TV debut in 1994 on MTV’s Dead at 21
  • First regular TV series role was on ABC’s Boy Meets World in 1995, playing Griff
  • Starred in the short-lived HBO drama Tell Me You Love Me in 2007
  • Played Henry Pollard, a former actor who works for a catering company, in the Starz series Party Down and was also one of the show’s producers
  • Earned a 2010 Independent Spirit Award nomination for Best Male Lead for The Vicious Kind
  • Guest-starred on two episodes of Parks and Recreation before joining the show as a series regular in the show’s third season.

AWARDS

  • 2019Screen Actors Guild AwardsOutstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series: Nominated
  • 2017Independent Spirit AwardsBest First Feature: Nominated
  • 2014Critics’ Choice Television AwardsBest Actor in a Comedy Series: Nominated
  • 2010Independent Spirit AwardsBest Male Lead: Nominated

RELATIONSHIPS

  • David Scott — Brother
  • Frankie Scott — Daughter
  • Dougals Scott — Father
  • Anne Scott — Mother
  • Shannon Scott — Sister
  • Graham Scott — Son
  • Naomi Sablan — Wife

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