Scott Wolf

Scott Richard Wolf ( born June 4, 1968 in Boston, Massachusetts ) is known also as D. Scott Wolf, is an American actor.


Grew up in West Orange, New Jersey, Wolf studied at the George Washington University finance. Towards the end of his studies, he was discovered for the film. Wolf lives with his wife Kelley Limp, which is also an actress, in the U.S. state of Utah.

In Germany Scott Wolf was known primarily for his role in the youth series Party of Five on a sibling multitude, which have to cope after the death of their parents alone. In the second half of the 1990s, he also appeared in several feature films. Among the most important films of this period include White Squall - Snapping flow by Ridley Scott, in which he acts as narrator and as one of the survivors of a real school shipwreck, which occurred in 1960, and Go! Life only begins at 3:00 clock in the morning by Doug Liman from the year 1999. In the latter he counteracted succeed Clean image in the role of a young TV stars who must work as a decoy for a narc involuntarily and unwillingly. These two things were his artistically been outstanding roles.

In the largely unknown but ambitious thriller without any way out of the 2002, he plays a detective who is diagnosed to be suffering from a terminal illness, and then engaged for himself a contract killer.

From 2004-2006 he played the role of the doctor Jake Hartman in the third and fourth season of the American television series Everwood. In 2006 he received a starring role in the ambitious ABC series The Nine - The hostages, in which it is about nine people who were taken hostage in a bank robbery. After their release they have to cope with the consequences of their fate. The series began in September 2006 in the U.S., but was dismissed for lack of audience interest from the transmitter after a few episodes back.

In 2009 he received then in the science fiction television series V - Visitors to the role of television presenter Chad Decker. In this role, he was until 2011 when the series was discontinued for lack of viewer interest, to see in all 22 produced episodes.

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