|Spent 18 months on Broadway and on the road in "Les Miserables"|
|Helmed Stephen Bill's "Curtains" Off-Broadway|
|Critical breakthrough, directing an Off-Broadway production of Mike Leigh's "Ecstacy"|
|Broadway directing debut with revival of Noel Coward's "Present Laughter"|
|Directed the Broadway revival of "The Women" at the Roundabout Theatre|
|Grew up in Bellmere, Long Island, New York|
|Feature film directorial debut, "A Map of the World"|
|Worked at the Guthrie Theatre in Minneapolis; played a bit part in "Guys and Dolls"|
|Revived Chekhov's "Three Sisters" at the Roundabout Theatre|
|Staged the Off-Broadway production of Joe Orton's "What the Butler Saw"|
|Directed Arthur Miller's "Ride Down Mount Morgan" at the Williamstown Theatre Festival|
|Formed the New Group and began directing original plays in tiny, out-of-the-way spaces with no money--and for no money|
|Signed by Sam Cohn of ICM|
|Murray Elliott||Father||retired from the beverage business|
|Bea Elliott||Mother||lives with husband in Boca Raton|
|New York University|
|New York University|
|Boston Conservatory of Music and Drama|
|"He looks for that little bit of smuttiness, the little bit of corruptibility, the little tiny fetish for something that's going to cause trouble. You know what he reminds me of? There's an Eric Fischl painting of a boy watching his naked mother on a bed while he's secretly stealing money from her purse. That's Scott Elliott." --playwright Jon Robin Baitz in The New York Times Magazine, November 10, 1996.|
|"Some directors pick their concepts before they pick their plays. I can only speak for myself. I put my own stamp on 'Present Laughter', but I had never seen it performed before and I based all my ideas on what I read in it. I tried to bring the subtext to the surface a little bit because I think the audiences want to know the truth behind what's happening to the people in the play. And I really do believe that's because we understand more about what makes people tick than we did fifty years ago." --Scott Elliott to Arthur Miller in Interview, April 1997.|
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