Celebrity Interview: Scott Levy
Scott Levy was born in Westwood, New Jersey and grew up in Longwood, Florida, just outside of Orlando. After graduating from Lake Brantley High School in 1990, he served in the The United States Marine Corps as a Stinger Missile Gunner during the Persian Gulf War, earning the National Defense Service Medal.
In 1994 Scott attended ‘Full Sail University [us]’, received degrees in Film Production and Audio Engineering and moved to Marin County, California in 1996. Scott began his film career working as an audio engineer for George Lucas ‘Skywalker Sound [us]’, on the blockbuster films Titanic (1997) and The Lost World: Jurassic Park (1997).
After relocating to Los Angeles in 1998 to pursue a career in front of the camera, Scott began honing his acting skills on stage by studying and performing with various theater companies. He quickly became a member of the ‘Screen Actors Guild (SAG) [us]’ and began booking roles on feature films The Attic Expeditions (2001) and Demon Under Glass (2002) (V); commercials for Jeep, Honda, Old Navy and Bud Light; a television pilot, The Privateers (2000) (TV) and a public service announcement shot by László Kovács (Easy Rider (1969), Ghostbusters (1984)).
Scott can be seen playing the lead role in The Helix… Loaded (2005), a parody of The Matrix (1999) co-starring Vanilla Ice; Adventures of Johnny Tao (2007), directed by Kenn Scott (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1990)); “Fight or Die” (2008) (‘Discovery Channel [us]’), executive produced by Randall Wallace (Braveheart (1995), We Were Soldiers (2002)); Sniper: Inside the Crosshairs (2009) (TV) (‘History Channel [us]’) as legendary Marine sniper, Chuck Mawhinney and The Hell Patrol (2009), a zombie apocalypse film set in Northern California.
Scott currently resides in Los Angeles and loves working out, hiking, surfing, watching and making movies.
Scott got alot of talent on screen and im sure his back round helped prepare him for what he has done nad will do each day from now. I personally enjoyed his acting career and hope to see more from him in the future.