Foley in April 2015
|Born||Scott Kellerman Foley
July 15, 1972
Kansas City, Kansas, U.S.A.
|Spouse(s)||Jennifer Garner (m. 2000–04)
Marika Domińczyk (m. 2007–present)
Scott Kellerman Foley (born July 15, 1972) is an American actor, director and screenwriter. Foley is known for roles in television shows such as The Unit, Felicity and Scandal, and in films such as Scream 3. He has also guest starred in series including Dawson's Creek, House, Scrubs, Grey's Anatomy and Cougar Town.
Foley was born in Kansas City, Kansas, the son of Connie and Hugh Foley, the first of three boys. He spent part of his childhood in Japan and Australia, due to the career demands of his father, an international banker. The family settled in St. Louis, Missouri when Scott was 15 years old. His mother died from ovarian cancer when he was a teenager. Foley attended Ladue High School, before graduating from Clayton High School. His ancestry is English, German, Irish and Scottish.
Foley was nominated for a Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie Villain for his role in Scream 3. Aside from acting, Foley directed one episode of Felicity (called "The Graduate"), one episode of Monk, called Mr. Monk and the Employee of the Month, in season 3, along with one episode of the CBS military drama The Unit, in which he had a starring role as Sergeant First Class Bob Brown throughout its four-season run. He also produced the sitcom A.U.S.A., on which he appeared. He guest-starred as a drug-addicted baseball pitcher on House.
Foley appeared in three episodes of ABC's comedy Cougar Town. He signed on to play a businessman being shown houses by the show's resident real estate agent, Jules, played by Courteney Cox, reuniting with her nine years after Scream 3. Foley and Cox's characters began dating but it ended quickly as his character wanted a more serious relationship than on-the-rebound Jules.
After appearing on Shonda Rhimes' Grey's Anatomy, Foley appeared as a guest star on the second season of her hit show Scandal as Captain Jake Ballard. Later that year he was added as a regular to the cast.
Foley made his feature film writing and directing debut in 2013 with Let's Kill Ward's Wife. Foley's wife, Marika Domińczyk, and his brother-in-law Patrick Wilson star in the film, along with Donald Faison, Amy Acker and Nicollette Sheridan.
Foley became engaged to actress Marika Dominczyk in 2006, and in June 2007, the two wed in a private ceremony in Hawaii. They have three children: daughter Malina and sons Keller and Konrad (b. November 13, 2014).
In episode 2 season 8 of the genealogy reality program Who Do You Think You Are?, it was revealed that Foley had an ancestor, Samuel Wardwell, who was a defendant in the Salem witch trials. Another ancestor, Simon Wardwell, was a member of then General George Washington's "Life Guard" during the Revolutionary War.
|2000||Scream 3||Roman Bridger|
|2000||Self Storage||Zack Griffey||Short film|
|2001||Stealing Time||Casey Shepard|
|2014||Let's Kill Ward's Wife||Tom Bradford||Also writer, director, and producer|
|2014||Mr Maple Leaf||Max Wexler||Short film|
|1995||Sweet Valley High||Zack||Episode: "Blunder Alley"|
|1997||Crowned and Dangerous||Matt||TV film|
|1997||Step by Step||Jeremy Beck||Episode: "A Star Is Born"|
|1998||Dawson's Creek||Cliff Elliot||5 episodes|
|1998||Someone to Love Me||Ian Hall||TV film|
|1998||Forever Love||David||TV film|
|1998–2002||Felicity||Noel Crane||84 episodes|
|1999||Zoe, Duncan, Jack and Jane||Montana Kennedy||2 episodes|
|2002||Girls Club||Wayne Henry||Episode: "Pilot"|
|2002–2009||Scrubs||Sean Kelly||12 episodes|
|2003||A.U.S.A.||Adam Sullivan||8 episodes|
|2004||Jack & Bobby||Lars Christopher||Episode: "Election Night"|
|2005||House||Hank Wiggen||Episode: "Sports Medicine"|
|2006||Firestorm: Last Stand at Yellowstone||Clay Harding||TV film|
|2006–2009||Unit, TheThe Unit||Bob Brown||69 episodes|
|2009||Last Templar, TheThe Last Templar||Sean Daley||Miniseries|
|2009||Law & Order: Special Victims Unit||Dalton Rindell||Episode: "Hammered"|
|2009–2010||Cougar Town||Jeff||4 episodes|
|2010||True Blue||Peter Callahan||TV film|
|2010||Open Books||Dylan||TV film|
|2010–2012||Grey's Anatomy||Henry Burton||15 episodes|
|2011||Doctor, TheThe Doctor||David||TV film|
|2011–2012||True Blood||Patrick Devins||10 episodes|
|2013||Goodwin Games, TheThe Goodwin Games||Henry Goodwin||8 episodes|
|2013–present||Scandal||Jake Ballard||68 episodes
Pending – People's Choice Award for Favorite Dramatic TV Actor
|2015–2016||Undateable||Scott Foley||4 episodes|
|2016||Goldie & Bear||Prince Charming||2 episodes|
|2003||The Violet Hour||Denis McCleary||Biltmore Theatre, Broadway|
|2005||The Cherry Orchard||Peter Trofimov||Atlantic Theater Company, Off-Broadway|
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