American television actor who played out the role of Bailey Salinger in the tv screen series, Party of Five. He gained a qualification in financing from George Washington University or college. He in addition has had additional tv tasks as Jake Hartman in Everwood and Chad Decker in V and film tasks as Chuck Gieg in White colored Squall and Emmett Youthful in Getting rid of Emmett Youthful. He wedded Kelley Limp in 2004 plus they possess two sons, Jackson and Miller, along with a child, Lucy. He acted alongside Katie Holmes within the successful crime humor film, Proceed (1999).
Full Name Scott Wolf
Date Of Birth June 4, 1968
Place Of Birth Boston, MA
Height 1.7 m
Profession TV Actor
Education George Washington University, HB Studio, West Orange High School
Spouse Kelley Limp
Children Lucy Marie Wolf, Miller William Wolf, Jackson Kayse Wolf
Nominations Teen Choice Award for TV - Choice Actor, Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie: Funniest Scene
Movies Teenage Bonnie and Klepto Clyde, Double Dragon, White Squall, The Evening Star, Go, Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp's Adventure, Picking Up & Dropping Off, Emmett's Mark, The Volunteer, Such Good People, 37: A Final Promise, Meet My Valentine, Love Thy Neighbor, Imagine
TV Shows Perception, Kaijudo, V, The Nine, Everwood, Party of Five, The Night Shift, The EcoZone Project
Director Doug Liman originally did not want to cast him in Go (1999) because Katie Holmes was already in the movie, and he did not want the movie to star 2 TV actors. However, he saw him talking in a hallway with Jay Mohr and realized that the chemistry between the two would be good in the movie.
Has a degree in finance from George Washington University.
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I see myself as the same person as I was, as I am now.
I was always proud on 'Party of Five'. We never had the biggest audience, but we had arguably the most loyal.
I still feel like I'm doing this for the same reasons and working just as hard.
I watch sitcoms like Seinfeld, and here's a newsflash, but what a great show.
I guess I hit a point while I was in college when I realized I would have to do something with my life!
I don't think the way I look at myself has changed.
We felt like we just got surrounded by this community of friends.
Idolizing is a strong word, though. I'm happy that people respond well to the work I'm doing now. If anyone admires what I'm doing in any way, then I'm really proud of it.
You can't do your work worrying about what people will think of it - you kind of just have to do your work.
I was a big Jersey meat-and-potatoes kind of guy before I got here.
It's kind of a shame that it's even an issue. Not being gay, I can't fully appreciate how complicated that is. In the article, the interviewer asked me, and I said that if I were, I would just say it.
When 'Party of Five' ended I believed we had run our course. I believed the basic ideal and premise of the show had been fulfilled.
I got tackled once in a movie theater. I was with my mom and brother, and then suddenly I got hit from behind and sort of sprawled out on the candy counter.
I was always enamored with TV shows and movies. But you didn't grow up in my town and turn into an actor.
If I could live a parallel life, I would be a sitcom star; being in front of a live audience would be great.
There are so many people I would love to work with, like Al Pacino, Paul Newman, Gary Oldman - maybe Tom Cruise. I wanna play his brother in something - so call my agent!
Actually, I've only been involved with one girl I worked with. It was Alyssa Milano. We didn't actually have an onscreen kiss - we're about to but it gets broken up.
I had heard before that there were rumors I was gay. It's funny. My cousin gets his hair cut at this place, and one of the guys there told him that Scott Wolf was gay. He didn't realize that he was my cousin.
But since I'm single, it's nice to get a kiss where I can.
Although, I didn't really like sushi until I moved out to L.A.
Everyone wants that sense of fulfilling a purpose in some way.