|Born||Scott Matthew Bloom
July 28, 1973
Merrick, New York, U.S.
|Occupation||Film producer, actor|
Life and career
Bloom was born in Merrick, New York. He began acting in film and television at a young age, starring in the cult horror film The Stuff (1985) and subsequently appeared in numerous TV serials and TV movies including the role of Jesse Nash in the popular sitcom Who's the Boss? from 1987 to 1988.
Scott's movie credits as an actor include roles in Don's Plum (2001) with Leonardo DiCaprio and Tobey Maguire, John Q (2002) with Denzel Washington and Robert Duvall, and Smokin' Aces (2006) with Ray Liotta, Ryan Reynolds, and Jeremy Piven.
Partnered with Giovanni Agnelli and Manny Mashouf, Scott founded the production company Argonaut Pictures in 2007. The company released the film Welcome to the Rileys, starring Kristen Stewart, James Gandolfini, and Melissa Leo in 2010. The project is also being produced by Ridley Scott and Scott Free Productions, and is being directed by Jake Scott.
Scott is also slated to executive produce The Untitled Twilight Zone Project for Warner Bros. (inspired by the hit television series created by Rod Serling) along with the aforementioned DiCaprio and his production shingle Appian Way.
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