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Biography #2 (for Law & Order: Trial by Jury)

Scott Cohen has joined the cast of Law and Order: Trial By Jury, Dick Wolf's fourth and latest installment of the Law and Order brand, which is the second-longest running drama series in the history of television. Cohen plays Detective Chris Ravell, an investigator on loan from the NYPD who works closely with both the D.A.'s investigative unit and D.A. Investigator Hector Salazar (Kirk Acevedo).

Law & Order: Trial By Jury takes viewers through the legal process from arraignment to trial, told not only from the point-of-view of the prosecutors and police – but also from the perspective of defendants, defense attorneys, judges and jurors. From this omniscient perspective, viewers will be privy to ex-parte communications, intimate conversations between defendants and their attorneys, and a behind-the-scenes look at witness preparation and jury selection.

Cohen recently wrapped the independent romantic film Chloe directed by Giancarlo Tallarico, the independent thriller Confess directed by Stefan Schaefer and the independent drama The Circle directed by Yuri Zeltser.

Cohen recently completed production on the comedy series The Men's Room, which features men re-evaluating their lives. He played 42-year-old Charlie, a 20-year veteran of marriage.

Cohen's television guest credits include Showtime's hit television show, Street Time, HBO's GIA and GOTTI, Kiss My Act, Gilmore Girls, NYPD Blue, The Practice, NBC's The 10th Kingdom, and the CBS miniseries Perfect Murder, Perfect Town.

Cohen's film appearances include Kissing Jessica Stein, Jacob's Ladder, A Brother's Kiss, The Mambo Kings, Private Parts and Knots.

On stage, Cohen joined John Spencer in Glimmer, Glimmer and Shine and Side Man directed by Evan Yionoulis at Manhattan Theatre Club. Cohen's stage work also includes numerous appearances at Williamstown Theater Festival, with The Big Knife La Ronde, The American Clock Henry IV and Passion. Recently, Cohen was seen in In Audela, a play written by his wife, Anastasia Traina.

Cohen resides in New York City with his wife and son.

Bio courtesy NBC for "Law & Order: Trial by Jury" (03-Apr-2005)

Biography #3

In addition to KISSING JESSICA STEIN, Scott Cohen's film credits include JACOB'S LADDER for Director Adrian Lyne, A BROTHER'S KISS, directed by Seth Rosenfeld, Arnold Glimcher's THE MAMBO KINGS, and PRIVATE PARTS, directed by Betty Thomas.

For television, Cohen starred as Max Medina, Lauren Graham's irresistible love interest on Gilmore Girls. In February 2000, Cohen was network television's most visible star as he turned out a masterful performance as troubled detective Harry Denby on NYPD Blue, and played equally acclaimed roles as the wolf in The 10th Kingdom and Detective Steve Thomas in the miniseries about Jon Benet Ramsey, Perfect Murder, Perfect Town. In his next television ventures, he will be seen in 2002 on The Practice and will star opposite Rob Morrow on Showtime's television series, Street Time, a raw and realistic look at the federal parole system from the perspectives of both parole officers and parolees. The series will debut in June. Additional television credits include HBO's Gia and Gotti.

On stage, Cohen starred opposite John Spencer in the Manhattan Theatre Club's Glimmer Glimmer & Shine, Warren Leight's follow-up to Side Man, directed by Evan Yionoulis. His prolific stage work also includes numerous appearances at the Williamstown Theater Festival in the Joanne Woodward-directed The Big Knife and La Ronde, the Austin Pendleton-directed The American Clock and Henry IV, Gerard Freeman's Mother's Courage, and Arvin Brown's Passion.

Bio courtesy Fox Searchlight (24-Jul-2002)