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Actor and activist for Malaria No More
Scott Wolf is an acclaimed actor of both stage and screen, beloved by audiences for his performances in several landmark television series. He most recently starred in the ABC sci-fi series, V.
Wolf has been a mainstay on television for more than a decade, including a breakout role on the award-winning drama Party of Five, a starring role in the critically acclaimed drama, Everwood, opposite Treat Williams, and a starring role on ABC's The Nine.
Wolf's diverse screen credits include Emmet's Mark opposite Gabriel Byrne, Go opposite Katie Holmes, The Evening Star, opposite Juliette Lewis and Shirley MacLaine, and White Squall with Jeff Bridges and Ryan Phillippe.
In addition to his extensive work in film and TV, Wolf's stage experience includes the Tony Award-winning Side Man and Lincoln Center's production of Observe the Sons of Ulster Marching Towards the Somme. Scott also spent three seasons acting in the prestigious Williamstown Theater Festival.
Scott graduated from The George Washington University with a BA in Finance in 1990. He lives in Park City, Utah, with his wife Kelley and their son, Jackson.