SCOTT HARLAN has been seen in LA with CaroI Burnett in the world premiere of the new musical, From the Top and in the new musical Radio Gals at La Mirada and the Coconut Grove Playhouse in Miami. Prior to that, Scott appeared in the national companies of Do Black Patent Leather Shoes Really Reflect Up?, and The Rocky Horror Show. Regionally, Scott created the leading Role of Ignatious J. Reilly in Frank Galati’s adaptation of A Confederacy of Dunces, was seen in Des McAnuff’s production of 80 Days at the La Jolla Playhouse, appeared as Sancho in Man of La Mancha with Jon Cypher, (and more recently with John McCook at South Bay CLO), as Mr. Bumble in Oliver with Arte Johnson, and Beadle Bamford in Sweeney Todd with Amanda McBroom. Movie roles have included Stan Licata in Risky Business opposite Tom Cruise, Ralph Andropwicz in Power opposite Richard Gere, and a leading role in the recently released Creampuff (best actor nomination-Methodfest). Television audiences will remember Scott as series regular Ralph Friedman on the CBS series WIOU, and in such episodic shows as High Incident, China Beach, Wiseguy, Good Advice, The Adventures of Brisco County, Jr., Buffy, The Vampire Slayer, and as Johnny Heckle on the daytime drama Search for Tomorrow. Scott can be heard as a singer on Electra/Nonesuch’s release of Lady Be Good with Jason Alexander, on SONY Music’s Paris In The Spring written by Leslie Bricusse, in Disney’s animated film A Goofy Movie, and is the voice of Shakespeare in Disney’s sequel to Pocahantas, Pocahantas II: The Journey Home. Scott recently was the music director of They’re Playing Our Song with Lea Thompson for Reprise, Swingtime Canteen, and It’s a Grand Night For Singing at La Mirada for McCoy/Rigby, and the LA company of I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change at the Coronet Theater. As an arranger, Scott has arranged over 90 acts, and his arrangements can be heard on Joan’s CD as well as Randy Graff’s album Doing Something Right for Varese Sarabande (Randy Graff sings Cy Coleman). He has
been on the faculty of AMDA teaching Musical Theater and Vocal Coaching since 2009. Scott is married to actress Winifred Freedman, and is still her biggest fan.