Scott Gurney

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Scott Gurney
Born 1972 (age 44–45)
Occupation Executive Producer, Television, film actor, Model

Scott Gurney (born 1972) is an American executive producer, writer, director, actor, model, and entrepreneur who has created several television series documentaries and unscripted/reality TV programming including the highly rated Duck Dynasty, Auction Hunters, Haunted Collector, Speed of Life, and American Guns. Gurney is also well known for producing several Shark Week specials for Discovery Channel including Killer Sharks: The Attacks of Black December, How Sharks Hunt, Shark City, Shark Attack Survival Guide, and Great White Appetite.

Prior to starting his production company, Gurney Productions, Inc., and before modelling and acting, Scott was a competitive athlete who won the NCAA Division III Men's Soccer National Championship while in college around 2000. He began modelling for catalog retailer International Male in San Diego, and then went to Los Angeles and modeled for Calvin Klein and Polo Sport. In Los Angeles, he began taking acting classes and auditioning.

Gurney appeared on the television shows 7th Heaven, Baywatch, Cybill, Step By Step, Push and Married... with Children. He has also appeared in several NBC movies of the week and was the host of the reality television series Hotlines.

Currently, Gurney has several shows in production and pre-production for Discovery Channel, Spike, and Syfy networks.

Selected filmography as an actor[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1995 Saved by the Bell: The New Class Jeff
1996 Married... with Children Lifeguard
1996 Malibu Shores Mat
1996 She Cried No
1998 Push Tyler Mifflin
1998-1999 Baywatch Petty Officer Nick Montgomery
2001 The Fluffer Mikey Rossini (aka Johnny Rebel)

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