Wolf at the San Diego Comic-Con International, July 24, 2010
|Born||Scott Richard Wolf
June 4, 1968
Boston, Massachusetts, USA
|Spouse(s)||Kelley Marie Limp (2004–present)|
|Children||Jackson Kayse Wolf, Miller William Wolf, Lucy Marie Wolf|
Scott Richard Wolf (born June 4, 1968) is an American actor, known for his roles on the television series Party of Five, as Bailey Salinger, Everwood, as Dr. Jake Hartman and in the Sci-Fi series V as the morally ambiguous journalist Chad Decker.
Wolf was born in Boston, Massachusetts. His mother, Susan (née Levy), is retired, and his father, Steven Wolf, is a health care executive. Wolf was raised in a Reform Jewish family. He grew up in West Orange, New Jersey, and graduated in 1986 from West Orange High School. He attended The George Washington University and received a Bachelor of Arts degree in finance. He also became a Brother of the Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity. His cousin is comedian and Chelsea Lately regular Josh Wolf.
Wolf is known for his role as Bailey Salinger on Party of Five. On both Everwood and the short-lived The Nine, he portrayed a doctor. His own maternal grandfather was an anesthesiologist. He also made guest appearances as himself on Action and Kids Inc. His sole Broadway theatre credit to date is Side Man.
In 2002, he began dating Kelley Marie Limp, an alumna of MTV's The Real World: New Orleans, after meeting through mutual friend Joel Goldman in New York City. They married on May 29, 2004, and planned to make their home in Santa Monica, California. Their son, Jackson Kayse, was born in 2009. On May 19, 2012, Wolf announced on Twitter that he and his wife were expecting their second child. Miller William was born on Saturday, November 10, 2012. On November 20, 2013, he announced their third child was on the way in May 2014.  Their daughter Lucy Marie was born on May 24th, 2014.
Scott and his wife Kelley now make Park City, Utah their family home.
|1991||All I Want for Christmas||Choir|
|1996||corazón de héroes|
|1993||Teenage Bonnie and Klepto Clyde||Clyde|
|1994||Double Dragon||Billy Lee|
|1996||White Squall||Charles 'Chuck' Gieg / Narrator|
|1996||Evening Star, TheThe Evening Star||Bruce|
|1998||Welcome to Hollywood||Actor|
|2001||Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp's Adventure||Scamp||Voice, Direct-to-video|
|2002||Emmett's Mark||Emmett Young|
|2005||Love Thy Neighbor||Kenny|
|2013||Imagine||John Morris||Short film|
|2013||Volunteer, TheThe Volunteer||Jimmy|
|1990–1991||Saved by the Bell||Student / Waiter at the Max / Movie Patron||4 episodes, Uncredited|
|1991||Kids Incorporated||Billy / Bobby||Episode: "Double Trouble"|
|1992||Yesterday Today||TV movie|
|1993||Commish, TheThe Commish||Todd Clements||Episode: "Dead Cadet's Society"|
|1993||Parker Lewis Can't Lose||Brian Sommerville||Episode: "The Rocky Kohler Picture Show"|
|1993||Evening Shade||David||Guest star (2 episodes)|
|1994||Blossom||Gordon 'Gordo' McCain||Episode: "Double Date"|
|1994–2000||Party of Five||Bailey Salinger||Main role (143 episodes)|
|1995||MADtv||Bailey Salinger||Episode: "1.6"|
|1996||Saturday Night Special||The Evening Star as Bruce||Episode: "1.1"|
|1999||Time of Your Life||Bailey Salinger||Voice, Guest star (2 episodes)|
|2001||Spin City||Tim Connelly||Guest star (4 episodes)|
|2001||Jenifer||Jenifer's Date||TV movie|
|2003||Rubbing Charlie||Charlie||TV movie|
|2003||Picking Up & Dropping Off||Will||TV movie|
|2004||Kat Plus One||Josh||TV movie|
|2004–2006||Everwood||Dr. Jake Hartman||Main role (38 episodes)|
|2006–2007||Nine, TheThe Nine||Jeremy Kates||Main role (13 episodes)|
|2007||Making It Legal||Josh||TV movie|
|2008||CSI: NY||Mackinley Taylor||Episode: "My Name Is Mac Taylor"|
|2009–2011||V||Chad Decker||Main role (22 episodes)|
|2011||NCIS||Casey Stratton||Episode: "Nature of the Beast"|
|2012||NCIS||Casey Stratton / Jonathan Cole||Guest star (2 episodes)|
|2012||Joey Dakota||Franklin Morgan||TV movie|
|2012–2013||Kaijudo: Rise of the Duel Masters||Ray Pierce-Okamoto / Mighty Shouter / Burnclaw the Relentless||Voice, Main role (52 episodes)|
|1996||corazón de héroes|
|2013-present||Perception||Donald "Donnie" Ryan||Recurring role|
|2014||The Night Shift||Scott Clemmens||Guest star (4 episodes)|
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- Rogers, Steve. "'Real World New Orleans' castmember Kelly Limp marries actor Scott Wolf" realitytvworld.com May 31, 2004]
- "Scott and Kelley Wolf Hit the Shops" People magazine; February 9, 2009
- Lehner, Marla. "Scott Wolf and Wife Welcome a Son" People magazine, April 1, 2009
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