Scott Thompson Baker

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Scott Thompson Baker
Born (1960-09-15) September 15, 1960 (age 54)
Golden Valley, Minnesota
Spouse(s) Maria Baker 2007–present

Scott Thompson Baker (born September 15, 1960) is an American television actor, from Golden Valley, Minnesota. Some of his most notable roles are Colton Shore on General Hospital, Craig Lawson on All My Children, and Connor Davis on The Bold and the Beautiful.

Life and career[edit]

Baker was born in Golden Valley, Minnesota. He was educated at Oral Roberts University and the University of Minnesota. He was married to Leilani Baker on January 27, 1990; their marriage produced two children. After he and Leilani divorced, he was married to Maria Baker on June 17, 2007. He and Maria have four children, Thane, Micaela, Cassie and Jaden.

Scott had a 10-month career at Walser Honda. Following his stint at Walser Honda, he began a career at Apple Valley Ford where he is now currently employed.[citation needed]

Baker's professional acting career began at the Guthrie Theatre in Minneapolis, where he starred in roles such as A Christmas Carol, Peer Gynt, Hamlet and The Sound of Music. In the 1980s, Baker took up the role of Colton Shore, on the soap opera General Hospital, which he held for three years. For a year, he played Craig Lawson on All My Children, and then for seven years played Connor Davis on The Bold and the Beautiful. He also starred in the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine episode "One Little Ship" as Kudak'Etan.[1]

In 1989, Scott Thompson Baker won the Soap Opera Digest Award for Outstanding Male Newcomer, for his role as Colton in General Hospital.[2] He also received two nominations in 1990, for Outstanding Super Couple: Daytime (shared with Kristina Wagner) and Outstanding Hero: Daytime, for the same role. However, he lost to Doug Davidson, as Paul in The Young and the Restless, and A Martinez and Marcy Walker, for Cruz and Eden in Santa Barbara.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ The Star Trek Encyclopedia, By Michael Okuda, Denise Okuda, Doug Drexler, and Debbie Mirek. Page 644. Pocket Books, 1999. ISBN 0671536095/ISBN 9780671536091 Retrieved on 2008-12-03.
  2. ^ Official Soap Opera Digest website's page for 1989 awards Retrieved on December 3rd, 2008.
  3. ^ Official Soap Opera Digest website's page for 1990 awards Retrieved on December 3rd, 2008.

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