Scott's only challenge was that he was �outsiderish� in school. He has said that he ��wasn't quite a nerd, more like a geek or a dweeb.�
Unknowingly, Scott's mother jumpstarted his young career as an actor by making him read Shakespeare. It didn't take long for Scott to becoming enthralled with the classics and even memorized most of the lines in �Hamlet.� A local drama coach was so excited by what he saw in Scott that he gave up every Saturday for a year to work with him.
Scott appeared in a few commercials and then jumped at the chance to audition for General Hospital. He new he didn't have the traditional soap star hunk factor, rather, he considers himself rather �funky lookin'.� A few months later, he was cast as Tracy Quartermaine's son Dillon. Soon, he was under soap veteran Jane Elliot's wing. On the first day of shooting, his TV-mom issued a warning to the entire cast, "This is Scott. He plays my son. You will treat him with respect or you will be hearing from me.�
Scott is beyond thrilled to be a part of GH. Most kids his age work in ��like, a fast food restaurant,� Scott says. He feels that his job is like heaven to him and he hopes that ten years from now, he will have earned his place there. In our opinion, he already has!