Scott was born on May 30th in West Grove, PA and he was raised in Oxford, PA and he is an accomplished Broadway performer.  His roles include Johnnie Casino/Teen Angel in Grease; Che Guevara in Evita; and Sam Dallas in Tommy Tune’s The Best Little Whorehouse Goes Public. Additional Broadway credits include The Rink; Jerome Kern Goes to Hollywood; got Tu Go Disco; and Michael Bennett’s Scandal, which was canceled before its debut as a result of Bennett’s death.  Off-Broadway he performed in Hal Prince production of Diamonds.

Scott began his theater career after college graduation, in which he was cast the as the lead in a touring production of Godspell.  He then earned his Equity card at the Civic Light Opera in Pittsburgh doing productions such as Oklahoma with Margaret Hamilton, The New Moon, Shenandoah, The Most Happy Fella, George M, and Damn Yankees.  After he moved to New York, he played in Broadway tours of Shenandoah and The Robber Bridegroom with his friend John Goodman.


Scott met his wife, Pamela, at the Catawba College in Salisbury, North Carolina; they live in a farmhouse, circa 1817, in New York State with their son, Taylor Nicholas.


Scott portrays attorney Tom Hughes for which he won a best actor award from soap opera magazine in 1993 and 1997, and gained best supporting actor nomination in 1997 and 1999 from Soap Opera Digest.

For a cool website about Tom and Margo click HERE