Film + TV
Caleb Scott is a writer and actor. His plays and performance pieces have been produced and presented at venues in New York City and around the country, including Classic Stage Company, HERE Arts Center, La MaMa ETC, the Bootleg Theater in Los Angeles, Sandrell Rivers Theater in Miami and the Wooster Group’s Performing Garage. He is an associate artist with Colt Coeur Theater in New York and a founding member of theFLEET playwrights workshop in Los Angeles. As an actor, Caleb has appeared in numerous roles onstage as well as in dozens of commercials, television shows and films, including Point and Shoot, starring opposite Donald Sutherland, and My Freakin’ Family on ABC. His writing has appeared in The Bellevue Literary Review, Nashville Review, Typishly Literary Journal, and Eclipse and will appear in forthcoming issues of Peauxdunque Review, From Whispers to Roars, and December Magazine; his first book, U.F.O., was published in 2006 by PowerHouse Books in New York. Caleb’s films have screened in festivals all over the world, including the Toronto International Film Festival, Raindance in London, Cinequest in San Jose, Palm Springs International Film Festival and Aesthetica in York, UK. He has been a Finalist for an Academy of Motion Pictures Nicholl Fellowship, a Finalist for the Lila Acheson Wallace Playwrights Program at Juilliard, a Nominee for Best Actor and Best Writer by the Kinsale Shark Awards, and his plays have been selected as Finalists for the Playwrights Foundation Bay Area Playwrights Festival and the Eugene O’Neill Theater’s National Playwrights Conference. Caleb is a graduate of Dartmouth College and the recipient of a Dartmouth Senior Fellowship in Writing. He lives in Miami, Florida.