Scott Lowell

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Scott Lowell
Born Scott Lowell
(1965-02-22) February 22, 1965 (age 52)
Denver, Colorado, United States
Alma mater Connecticut College

Scott Lowell (born February 22, 1965 in Denver, Colorado) is an American actor best known for his role as Ted Schmidt on the Showtime drama Queer as Folk.


Lowell was adopted[1] in Denver, Colorado, and raised just outside New Haven, Connecticut. He attended Connecticut College in New London, Connecticut and moved to Chicago shortly after to pursue acting.



Year Title Role Notes
1996 Opus 27 Beethoven Short film
1999 Love Bites Ian Short film
1999 The Debtors George
2000 Ladies Room LA Dan Short film
2000 Damned If You Do Funny guy Short film
2006 Trapped Ashes Henry
2007 Ping Pong Playa Tom
2008 To Live and Die in Dixie Parker Bryant
2008 Scubaman Scubaman Short film
2009 Walter's Wife Walter Short film
2011 Dinner with Fred Heywood Flannigan Short film
2011 The Chicago 8 Richard Schultz
2014 Better Half Zack Riley


Year Title Role Notes
1997 Early Edition Scott the florist "The Wedding" (uncredited)
1999 Caroline in the City Carl "Caroline and the Firing Squad"
2000 Frasier Chuck "Something About Dr. Mary"
2000 Alien Fury: Countdown to Invasion Laird Jones Television film
2000-2005 Queer As Folk Ted Schmidt Main role; 83 episodes
2001 On the Edge Charlie Television film
2006-2009 American Dad! Felix/Brett/Barney "Failure is Not a Factory-installed Option" (Felix voice)
"Lincoln Lover" (Brett voice)
"Escape from Pearl Bailey" (Barney voice)
"Home Adrone" (voice)
2008 Criminal Minds Mike Hicks "The Crossing"
2008 Leverage Andrew Grant "The Miracle Job"
2009 Heroes Professor "Jump, Push, Fall"
2010 Proposition 8 Trial Re-Enactment Dr. Gregory M. Herek TV Series Documentary
2010 The Defenders Conlon "Nevada v. Carter"
2010 Donna's Revenge Steve "For All Life's Moments, Real or Imagined"
"The Great American Shrink-Off"
2011-2014 Bones Dr. Douglas Filmore "The Feet on the Beach"
"The Suit on the Set"
"The Master in the Slop"
2011 NCIS Terry Thomas "One Last Score"
2011 Supah Ninjas Mr. Bradford "Mr. Bradford"
2011 CSI: NY Coach Dwight Gavin "Air Apparent"
2012 Castle David Hernande "An Embarrassment of Bitches"
2012 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Gavin Pearson "CSI on Fire"
2013 The Fosters Doctor "Vigil"


Year Title Role Notes
1986 The Creation of the World and Other Business Lucifer Anathong Ensemble
1988 James and the Giant Peach Centipede Lifeline Theater
1988 Orwell Down and Out George Orwell Bailiwick Rep
1989 Wild Honey Dr. Triletsky Bailiwick Rep
1986 Incorruptible Camille Desmoulin Bailiwick Rep
Joseph Jefferson Nomination for Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role
1989 A Christmas Carol Christmas Yet To Come/Spud/Fiddler Goodman Theater
1990 Jacques and his Master Saint-Ouen/Marquis Commons Theater
1990 Twelfth Night Feste Steppenwolf (Outreach)
1990 Chicago Conspiracy Trial Rennie Davis Remains Theater
1991 The Big Bang Ensemble Stage Left Theater
1991 Icarus's Mother Howard Strawdog Theater
1992 King John Robert Faulkenbridge/Lord Bigot Shakespeare Rep
1992 Much Ado About Nothing Conrade Shakespeare Rep
1992 Greater Tuna Arvis Struvie Belfry Theater (Lake Geneva, WI)
1993 The White Rose Alexander Schmorell Northlight Theater
1993 The Merchant of Venice Launcelot Gobbo Shakespeare's Motley Crew
1993 Assassins John Wilkes Booth Pegasus Players
Joseph Jefferson Citation for Best Production
1994 Picasso at the Lapin Agile Picasso Steppenwolf
1994-1995 Laughter on the 23rd Floor Val Fox Theatricals
1995 A Perfect Ganesh The Man Northlight Theater
1996 What Where Bim Splinter Group (Buckets o' Beckett Festival)
1997 Light Up The Sky Sven/Orson/Max Goodman Theater
1997-1998 Shear Madness Tony Blackstone Theater
1998 Present Laughter Roland Maule Pasadena Playhouse
1999 Anna Christie Larry LA TheatreWorks
1999 Durang, Durang Chris Hollywood Court Theater
2001 Caine Mutiny Court-Martial Lt. Tom Keefer LA TheatreWorks
2001 Bedtime Stories Alan Arcade Theatre
2006 The Heidi Chronicles Scoop Rosenbaum Berkshire Theatre Festival
2008 Orson's Shadow Kenneth Tynan Pasadena Playhouse
2009 The Pain and the Itch Cash Furious Theatre Co./Theatre @ the Boston Court
2010 A Devil at Noon Tom National Playwright’s Conference
O’Neill Theatre Center
2010 Blithe Spirit Charles Condomine A Noise Within
2011 Acquainted with the Night Maxwell National Playwright’s Conference
O’Neill Theatre Center
2012 The Elephant Man Lord John/Snork/Pinhead Manager Williamstown Theatre Festival
2013 The Big Meal Man #2 Artists Repertory Theatre, Portland, OR
2013 12 Angry Men Juror #1 (The Foreman) Pasadena Playhouse, CA
2014-2015 The Elephant Man Lord John/Snork/Pinhead Manager Broadway's Booth Theatre; October 18, 2014 — January 18, 2015[2][3] (originally)
Broadway debut;[4] November 7, 2014 — February 15, 2014[5]


Year Title Role Notes
2012 Rise 'n Shine Con
Cologne, Germany
Himself June 8-10. QAF convention with co-actors Randy Harrison, Sharon Gless
Peter Paige, Robert Gant, Hal Sparks, Michelle Clunie, Thea Gill & Harris Allan
2013 Rise 'n Shine Con
Los Angeles, California, USA
Himself June 9. QAF convention with co-actors Randy Harrison, Gale Harold,
Peter Paige, Robert Gant, Michelle Clunie & Ryan Scott Greene
2014 Queens of the Road Con
Bilbao, Spain
Himself March 28–30. Queer as Folk convention with co-actors
Gale Harold, Randy Harrison & Peter Paige


  1. ^ "Jawbreaker Transcript". December 13, 2002. 
  2. ^ BWW News Desk (June 3, 2014). "THE ELEPHANT MAN with Bradley Cooper Will Take Broadway's Booth Theatre; Performances to Begin 10/18". Broadway World. Retrieved June 4, 2014. 
  3. ^ Lowell, Scott (June 3, 2014). "I am THRILLED to announce that I will be appearing in THE ELEPHANT MAN starring #BradleyCooper on Broadway 10/18/14 - 01/18/15 at the Booth!". Twitter. Retrieved June 4, 2014. 
  4. ^ Mandell, Jonathan (June 18, 2014). "Randy Harrison's Manhattan Project". New York Theater. Retrieved June 13, 2014. 
  5. ^ Gordon, David (July 7, 2014). "Bradley Cooper's Broadway Return in The Elephant Man Delayed". Theater Mania. Retrieved July 8, 2014. 

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