Scott started treading the boards at an early age, taking the title role in a primary one production of The Ugly Duckling. This performance was well received by his Mum. Since then, he has been involved in various Gilbert and Sullivan productions for over twenty years. This has included everything from working behind the scenes on props, calls or lighting, playing in the orchestra and singing in the chorus through to principal roles.
Highlights have included Jack Point in The Yeomen of the Guard (2005), Giuseppe in The Gondoliers (2008), both Major-General Stanley and the Pirate King in The Pirates of Penzance (2007 and 2015) and Pooh-Bah in The Mikado (2016). He has also just finished a Fringe run with Cat-Like Tread playing the Lord Chancellor in their sold-out production of Iolanthe. He’s very much looking forward to his first straight play - The Hollow with Threepenny Theatricals. When not treading the boards, he spends his time working in IT for Sky and playing football with his two sons.