While best known for portraying the devoted resident advisor Noel Crane on the WB's "Felicity" (1998-2002), Scott Foley conquered diverse roles that were poles apart from his boy-next-door character o...
After graduating from high school, moved to Los Angeles to pursue an acting career
Made feature film debut in "Scream 3"
Cast as rookie Bob Brown in CBS's special forces drama "The Unit," created by David Mamet
Guest starred on the CBS comedy "Step by Step"
Debut as TV series regular, playing Noel Crane on the WB college drama "Felicity"
Had a recurring role in the popular WB drama "Dawson's Creek" as high school football hero Cliff
Made Broadway debut in "The Violet Hour"
Played a prosecutor in the Manhattan U.S. Attorneys Office on NBC's "A.U.S.A"
Played small role in the ABC TV-movie "Crowned and Dangerous"
Had a recurring role as Dr. Elliot Reid's (Sarah Chalke) love interest on "Scrubs" (NBC)
Appeared in the spooky submarine thriller "Below"
While best known for portraying the devoted resident advisor Noel Crane on the WB's "Felicity" (1998-2002), Scott Foley conquered diverse roles that were poles apart from his boy-next-door character on the now-defunct WB college drama. From his wicked turn as a murderous film director in Wes Craven's "Scream 3" (2000) to his comedic stint as a neurotic and extremely handsome patient on the hit sitcom "Scrubs" (NBC, 2002- ), Foley proved to be one of the most versatile and promising graduates of the youth-dominated network. On a personal note, Foley drew just as much ink for ignominiously being Jennifer Garner's ex, as he had for any of his critically lauded on screen work.
"Every now and then, I'll be lying in bed thinking, 'I've got to be the luckiest guy in the world.'" - Foley quoted in USA Today, Oct. 13, 1998
After appearing in "Dawson's Creek," "Felicity" and the midseason replacement series "Zoe, Duncan, Jack & Jane" (all on the same network), Foley quipped to TV Guide (Nov. 7, 1998): "I've been on more WB series' than anyone else. Apparently I slept with the right people."