After toiling for several years as an unknown, but employable actor, Scott Cooper took his career by the reigns and directed "Crazy Heart" (2009), the poignant tale of a broken-down country music sing...
|The Emperor's Children||Director||n/a||4|
|For Sale by Owner||2006||Actor||Will Custis||20067|
|Bill's Gun Shop||2005||Actor||Dillon McCarthy||20057|
|The X-Files||1999 1999||Actor||Max Harden||19997|
|Broken Trail||Actor||Heck Gilpin||7|
|The District||2001 2001||Actor||Michael Barrett||20017|
|1968: Tunnel Rats||2008||Actor||Private Joseph Walderson||20087|
|Austin Powers: the Spy Who Shagged Me||1999||Actor||Bobby--Klansman's Son||19997|
|At Home with the Braithwaites||2003 2002 - 2003||Actor||Jordan Fishwick||20037|
|Gods and Generals||2003||Actor||Lt. Joseph Morrison||20037|
|Out of the Furnace||2013||Director||n/a||4|
|For Sale by Owner||2006||Co-Producer||n/a||1|
|Black Mass||2015||Screenplay||(current draft)||1|
|For Sale by Owner||2006||Screenplay||n/a||1|
|Out of the Furnace||2013||Screenplay||n/a||1|
|Made screenwriting debut with "For Sale by Owner"; also produced and starred in the film|
|Made feature acting debut as a judge in "Breakin'"|
|Re-teamed with Duvall for the Award-winning AMC miniseries, "Broken Trail"|
|Directed first feature, "Crazy Heart," starring Jeff Bridges; also wrote screenplay and co-produced with Robert Duvall|
|Again collaborated with Robert Duvall on "Get Low," which also starred Bill Murray and Sissy Spacek|
|Had a small role in "Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me"|
|Appeared in the "Takedown" with Tom Berenger and Skeet Ulrich|
|Acted opposite Joaquin Phoenix and John Travolta in "Ladder 49"|
|First acted opposite Robert Duvall in the Civil War epic, "Gods and Generals"|
|Jocelyne Cooper||Wife||Married at Duvall's 360-acre property in the plains of Virginia|
|Lee Strasberg Institute|
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