Douglas Scott

Douglas Scott started his acting career at the age of five. Scott started his acting career landing roles in such films as "Cimarron" (1930), the romance "Devotion" (1931) with Ann Harding and "Rango" (1931). He also ... Read more »
Born: 05/31/1925

Filmography

Actor (15)

Wuthering Heights 1939 (Movie)

Hindley--as a Child (Actor)

Intermezzo 1938 (Movie)

Eric (Actor)

Wee Willie Winkie 1936 (Movie)

Mott (Actor)

Lloyd's of London 1935 (Movie)

Horatio Nelson (Actor)

Cavalcade 1932 (Movie)

(Actor)

The Eagle and the Hawk 1932 (Movie)

Tommy Erskine (Actor)

Cimarron 1930 (Movie)

"Cim"--Youngest (Actor)

And So They Were Married (Movie)

Horace (Actor)

Devotion (Movie)

Derek, Trent's Son (Actor)

Happy Go Lovely (Movie)

Principal Dancer (Actor)

Slave Ship (Movie)

Boy (Actor)

The Last Gangster (Movie)

Paul North, Jr. (Actor)

The Ruling Voice (Movie)

Malcolm Stanton (Actor)

We Are Not Alone (Movie)

Tommy Baker (Actor)

Wild and Woolly (Movie)

Leon Wakefield (Actor)
Art Department (4)

Star Trek Beyond 2016 (Movie)

(Set Designer)

Murder by Numbers (Slipnot Productions) 2014 (Movie)

(Production Designer)

Undiscovered 2005 (Movie)

(Leadman)

The Christopher Lowell Show 1999 - 2002 (TV Show)

Property Master
Camera, Film, & Tape (2)

Monster in the Closet 1987 (Movie)

camera technician (Camera)

Locals (TV Show)

Camera Operator
Other (1)

The 19th Annual CableACE Awards 1997 - 1998 (TV Show)

Other

Biography

Douglas Scott started his acting career at the age of five. Scott started his acting career landing roles in such films as "Cimarron" (1930), the romance "Devotion" (1931) with Ann Harding and "Rango" (1931). He also appeared in the dramatic adaptation "Cavalcade" (1933) with Diana Wynyard, "The Eagle and the Hawk" (1933) and the comedy "And So They Were Married" (1936) with Melvyn Douglas. He kept working in film throughout the thirties, starring in the Warner Baxter adventure "Slave Ship" (1937), "The Last Gangster" (1937) and "Wee Willie Winkie" (1937). He also appeared in the comedy "Wild and Woolly" (1937) with Jane Withers, the Leslie Howard drama "Intermezzo" (1939) and the Frank Muni crime feature "We Are Not Alone" (1939). Scott continued to exercise his talent in the thirties through the nineties, taking on a mix of projects like "Wuthering Heights" with Merle Oberon (1939), "Monster in the Closet" (1987) and "Locals" (Fox, 1993-94). His credits also expanded to "Sweet Nothing" (1996), "The 19th Annual CableACE Awards" (TNT, 1997-98) and "The Christopher Lowell Show" (1999-2002). Scott most recently worked on the romantic comedy "Undiscovered" (2005) with Pell James.

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