He is the former Vice President of the Professional Comedians Association, a voting member of the Academy Awards (The Emmys), the International Film & TV Festival and is listed in “Who’s Who.”
Scott is also President of CaribCom. Inc., an advertising agency specializing in hotel advertising/ representation in the Caribbean. Previously, Scott was a former “large agency man,” having worked at Young & Rubicam; Foote, Cone & Belding, etc.
He has a B.S. degree in Communication Arts from Ithaca College and an M.B.A. degree in Marketing from Farleigh Dickinson University and is a member of Mensa.
A resident of Manhattan, in his spare moments, Scott enjoys skiing and is an avid international river runner.
Actor, Faculty: Commercials
Off-Broadway: I Wanna Destroy You, Apple Cove, Perfect Harmony, My First Time,The Awesome 80s Prom, Carrie.
TV: Soon to be seen in the Amazon hit “Red Oaks,” ”Empire,” “Blue Bloods,” PBS pilot’s: “Amanda’s Alligator” and “The Odd Squad,” “Body of Proof,” “Law & Order,” “Gossip Girl,” “Lipstick Jungle,””L & O: Criminal Intent,” “Hope & Faith,” MTV’s “Hey Girl,” “Damage Control” etc
Film: The upcoming films “pitching tents” and “Crazy Famous.”
“My Man is a Loser,” “Fool’s Day,” “petunia, ” “Meskada,” “The Good Guy,” “3 Backyards,” “Confessions of a Shopaholic,” “Baby Mama,” “Being Michael Madsen.”
Kathy can be seen and heard in numerous commercials and voiceovers.
Award Winning Feature Film Director, Faculty: Film
Chip Hourihan is one of the leading producer/directors currently working in New York’s independent film world, and has produced seven independent dramatic features over the past nine years. He produced the feature film Frozen River, which received the Grand Jury Prize at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival and was nominated for two 2009 Academy Awards, for Best Original Screenplay and Best Actress. Frozen River also received two Gotham Independent Film Awards (including a Best Film award for Hourihan) and was nominated for seven Independent Spirit Awards (including a Best Feature Film nomination for Hourihan), taking home two.
Among his other films, Hourihan produced Mind the Gap, winner of the Special Jury Award for Narrative Feature at South by Southwest, which was released theatrically, broadcast, and distributed by Showtime in 2004.
Hourihan has five feature projects currently in development as a producer. These films include Whaling City, a contemporary drama set in the world of commercial fishing in New Bedford, MA. Whaling City was the winner of both a screenplay award and a $100,000 production grant from the Sloan Foundation, and was a selection for the Independent Feature Project’s prestigious No Borders program. Hourihan’s other film projects include Temporary Hero, a coming-of-age story set on Nantucket during the summer of the first moon landing, The Dying Game, a contemporary dark comedy to be shot in the New York area, and a new comedic project to be shot in New York City with Writer/Director Eric Schaeffer, with whom Hourihan collaborated on Mind the Gap.
As a director, Hourihan wrote, produced, and directed the multiple award-winning film Glissando, which Variety called “a small gem deserving wider exposure… a striking debut for talented helmer-scripter Chip Hourihan.” The film received a great number of Best Feature, Best First Feature, and Best Actor awards on the film festival circuit. Hourihan’s next project as a writer/director will be angry candy, a story of sex, drugs, and modern poetry set in Somerville, MA in the late 1980s. angry candy was a Sundance Screenwriters Lab finalist in 2009, and this script is currently being workshopped with students in the Film Scene Study program. Hourihan is a magna cum laude graduate of Yale University with degrees in English and Architecture.
Agent: Don Buchwald & Associates, Faculty: Commercial Agent
Recent film projects include “The Intern” with Anne Hathaway and Robert De Niro. “Focus” with Will Smith. “Friends With Kids” with Jon Hamm and Kristen Wiig. “Twv” Produced by Zach Quinto, “Howl” with James Franco, “Jonah Hex” with Josh Brolin. “Main Street” with Orlando Bloom. Gus Van sant’s “Restless” & “The Odd Life of Timothy Green” with Jennifer Garner.
Previous films include “Rachel Getting Married”, Gus Van Sant’s “Paranoid Park”, Helen Hunt’s “Then She Found Me”,”Across the Universe”,”Ira and Abby” “Rent”, “Pieces of April” , “The Bone Collector”, “Keane” & “Finding Forrester”.
Recent TV projects include the pilots “Vital Signs” on cbs, “Smash” on NBC as well as “The Big C” on Showtime. Other tv includes “Whoopi” on NBC,and “Hope Against Hope” for JJ Abrams
His work on muscials includes the casting of “Rent”, “The Capeman”, “Hedwig”, “Martin Short- Fame Becomes Me” “Hairspray” & “In The Heights” and “Million Dollar Quartet” Plays include “GlenGarry GlenRoss” and “The Cryptogram by David Mamet and “A Second Hand Memory” and “Writer’s Block” by Woody Allen.
Commercials include “Embassy Suites” for Roman Coppola, “GEICO” for Frank Todaro, “Apple- Mac vs PC”, “Bing- Easy Rider”, “NY Lottery”, “DODGE- Code of the West”, “Edge shave gel” & “Playstation”.
Talent Manager: Brewer Talent Management
Now, Jenevieve has opened her own Management Company, Brewer Talent Management, representing award winning adult talent across the board in Film, Television, Commercials, Voice Over & Theater.
Commercial Casting Director at Beth Melsky Casting, Faculty: Commercials
I started casting in Los Angeles in 1994 and moved back home to New York to continue my work in the casting business in 2005. I’ve worked on a wide variety of projects such as national network commercials, network promos, political ads, feature films, short films, documentaries, corporate industrials, music videos, PSA’s, webisodes and voice-overs for both TV and radio spots.
Some of the directors I’ve worked with include: David Fincher, Tom Hooper, Tony Scott, Peter Berg, John Singleton, Alejandro González Iñárritu, Doug Liman, Phil Morrison, and Errol Morris. I’m currently a Casting Director with one of the busiest companies in New York, Beth Melsky Casting.