Scott Rad Brown is an actor living in San Diego. He is also a tap dancer playwright director producer filmmaker art director fine artist painter graphic designer woodworker jewelry-maker traveler educator robot enthusiast and one-time lumberjack.
Born and raised in Rochester, NY, Scott trained first at the performing arts highschool School Of The Arts and worked closely with GEVA Theatre. He later received a BFA in Acting from Webster University in St. Louis.
Eventually based in Brooklyn, he worked with many New York companies as well as regionally. After ten years in New York, he relocated to San Diego, looking for a smaller local theater community and an ocean view.
Scott particularly enjoys traveling and has performed extensively throughout the country. Tap dance in Florida, musical theater in Colorado, farce in Cape Cod, filmmaking in Vermont, commercials in Canada, and endless new plays in New York City.
Since arriving in San Diego, Scott has regularly taught acting at the San Diego Junior Theatre, done readings with The San Diego Rep, and performed in several productions with The San Diego Symphony. Most recently he was seen at the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles in The Seven Deadly Sins directed by Simon McBurney.
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