Scott Allen Perry
Scott Allen Perry began his acting career in standard fashion: performing in school productions, community theatre, and speech and drama competitions. He was born in Lafayette, Louisiana, the son of Connie and Al Perry. His main inspiration was his grandmother he called Memaw, Helen Grigsby. He has a younger sister, Stacey Perry, a talented make up and special effects artist, and a younger brother, Josh "the Ponceman" Perry, who is also a successful actor. Scott was bitten by the acting bug in the first grade acting in school plays. His high school performance at Saint Thomas More as The Dentist in "Little Shop of Horrors" was where Scott's song, dance, and comic acting chops were on full display. He also rode a motorcycle into the auditorium, a moment his drama teacher referred to as "electric." More performances followed, including national championship wins in the National and Catholic Forensics Leagues in Comedic and Dramatic interpretation. Scott moved to New York and produced, wrote, directed, and starred in a series of one act plays performed at the historic Village Gate. Austin Texas was Scott's next home where music became his focus. Biscuit and Live Nude Girls were heavy funk, guitar driven bands fronted by Scott. A multi-instrumentalist, Scott mainly sang but would regularly play guitar and keys, and would often switch off with the bassist and drummer giving them the vocal spotlight. His bands performed regularly around Austin and were part of the early SXSW music fest days. During this time Scott wrote and recorded with several local and touring acts. The Acting bug came back with a vengeance, this time driving Scott to the screen, big and small. He moved to Los Angeles and began auditioning for feature films and television series. Perry wrote and directed the short film "Side Effects" which had a very successful festival run, as well as his follow up "Perfect Couple." Scott continued to write, act, and Produce, and directed the documentary "The Outdoorsmen: Blood, Sweat, & Beers" which premiered at the 2005 Tribeca Film Festival. The film premiered on SpikeTV and also IFC. Scott produced, wrote, and directed segments for "Stupidface" FuelTV's irreverent sketch comedy show, that ran for 3 seasons. In 2011 Scott left Los Angeles and returned to the south, making New Orleans his home. He's since worked as supporting and lead roles in television productions "NCIS: New Orleans", "ZOO", and "Preacher", feature films "Keeping Up With the Joneses", "Found Footage 3D", and the SyFy Channel's "Santa Jaws".
|Movie Name||Release Date|
|The Demonologist||January 1, 2019|