Adam Scott (born April 3, 1973) is an American actor. Scott is a graduate of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. He lives in Hollywood, California with his wife, Naomi Sablan. Scott has appeared in several feature films, including Who Loves the Sun (2006), Monster-in-Law (2005), The Aviator (2004) and High Crimes (2002). On television, he appeared as Griff in the television series Boy Meets World and Josh on Party of Five, as well as David's love interest Ben Cooper on Six Feet Under. Currently plays Palek on HBO'S Tell Me You Love Me (2007). In 2007 he had a cameo as a male nurse in Knocked Up. This summer he can be seen as Will Ferrell's biological brother in Step Brothers, as well as Josh in the dot-com drama August. He can also be seen in Knocked up as Samuel- the male nurse.
If you've ever wondered what it would look like for MTV News guy Josh Horowitz to straddle "A.C.O.D." star Adam Scott, well, you're in luck (and really weird). The actor is the guest on this week's After Hours, appearing in the segme more
Today we’re happy to bring you an exclusive clip from the upcoming comedy, A.C.O.D. The title stands for “Adult Children of Divorce” and the film centers on Carter ( Adam Scott ) who has been caught in his parents’ ( R more
Last Thursday’s episode of Parks and Recreation , “Halloween Surprise,” certainly surprised many loyal fans with the proposal Ben made toward Leslie. TV Equals was able to learn more about the inception of that scene through the conferen more
"Parks and Recreation" laid a big surprise on the viewers in "Halloween Surprise" and no, it wasn't Jerry's fart attack -- though that was one of the components designed to throw viewers off, says creator Michael Schur. No, the surprise was that Ben retur more
"Parks and Recreation" and "Party Down" favorite Adam Scott discusses his leading role in Jennifer Westfeldt's "Friends with Kids." http://www.hitfix.com/blogs/awards-campaign/posts/adam-scott-is-a-baby-daddy-in-friends-with-kids
"Parks and Recreation" star Adam Scott has set up co-starring roles in two upcoming comedies, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The first is "My Mother's Curse," which has already cast Seth Rogen and Barbra Streisand as a moth more