Scott Christopher

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Scott Christopher (born January 13, 1967) is an American actor who has had key roles in such films as Mobsters and Mormons and The Best Two Years. He also played in Down and Derby.

Christopher plays Lt. Frank Quincy on Granite Flats, an American television program airing on Netflix and BYUTV (international cable/satellite station)

Author of bestselling The Levity Effect. He also wrote People People: Who They Are. Why They Win. How To Be One. Christopher has also been described as a "renowned keynote speaker and HR expert" (

Played "The Movie Guy", irreverent late-night host of long-running TV program on KJZZ TV, Salt Lake City.

Popular keynote speaker on humor at work.

Christopher was born in Michigan and lived in Ferndale, Michigan. He moved with his family to Utah when he was eleven.

Christopher won the Irene Ryan National Acting Scholarship while he was a student at Brigham Young University.

After this he acted primarily in TV shows such as Everwood.

Scott was for a time a morning radio personality in Salt Lake City and also in Monterrey, California. He has also been a television show host.

Christopher played the role of General Alexander Doniphan in the film Joseph Smith: Prophet of the Restoration.[1]

Christopher is currently committed to a role in the upcoming comedy MALF - Academic Malfeasance, now in pre-production. [2][3]

Personal life[edit]

Christopher is a Latter-day Saint. Among other position in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints he has served as a bishop.

Christopher and his wife Elizabeth are the parents of five children.