Scott has been singing and entertaining audiences since he was a kid. Born in Seattle, Washington to a family of musicians, singers and actors, Scott's first foray into the arts was singing Where Is Love from the musical Oliver at the age of seven at the Palmason family Christmas party.
By the age of 17, Scott was performing with Vocalpoint! Seattle under the direction of Joe Crnko, a choir/performance group dedicated to high school students developing their musical history, rhythmic contemporaries, as well as performing 2 times yearly at the Broadway Performance Hall in Seattle, Washington.
After college, Scott moved Los Angeles where he began performing and studying improv comedy at Improv Olympic West, the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater, ComedySportz Los Angeles and LA’s Impro Theatre. He is currently a Main Company member at ComedySportz Los Angeles and performs there weekly. He also travels the country throughout the year to host and entertain audiences at trade shows, fundraisers, private events and galas.
Scott has starred in a number of Equity musicals in Los Angeles including Earth Sucks, Beau Fib and Ovation Award-nominated musical spoof of Shakespeare's King Lear, DeLEARious. He co-wrote the anthem for the first ever YouTube (Super Bowl) Halftime Show with Pixar Studios instructor and Simpsons song writer, Allen Simpson. He also played a doctor on Scrubs and made an appearance on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.
In 2015, Scott auditioned and was added to the exclusive casting database of artists for Cirque du Soleil and Franco Dragone Entertainment Group. In 2016 you'll hear him sing in the Disney Channel animated series The Lion Guard.
If you would like to see Scott’s talents first-hand, you can see him perform in the musical improv show The Pat Benetones at the Impro Studio Theatre in Hollywood, CA.