More Scott Caan Bios & Profiles
Biography #2 (for Ocean's Twelve)Scott Caan most recently made his directorial debut on Dallas 362, which he wrote and starred in. The film won the Critic's Choice Award at this year's Cinevegas Film Festival. Dallas 362 also was invited to the 2004 Toronto, Denver and London film festivals.
Caan wrote, directed and starred in the Playhouse West production of Minor Holidays. Caan's other feature film credits include American Outlaws, Ready To Rumble, Varsity Blues, Gone In Sixty Seconds, Boiler Room and The Enemy Of The State. He has starred in numerous independent films including Novocaine, Black And White, Nowhere To Go, Bongwater, Greg Araki's Nowhere and Lunchtime Special.
Caan sold his original screenplay Chasing the Party: How Hugh Hefner Saved My Life to Disney, with Jerry Bruckheimer set to produce. He has also written, directed and starred in several original plays at Playhouse West, which include Minor Holidays, 9-11, Almost Love and The Fight.
Caan will next star with Paul Walker in Into The Blue.
Biography #3Los Angeles native, Scott Caan recently completed production on Novocaine starring opposite Steve Martin. Caan was seen in this year's Ready to Rumble starring opposite David Arquette and directed by Brian Robbins. He starred in the hit film Varsity Blues, also helmed by Brian Robbins. He was also recently seen in the Jerry Bruckheimer film, Gone In Sixty Seconds alongside Nicolas Cage and Giovanni Ribisi. His other feature film credits include Boiler Room, Enemy of the State, James Toback's Black and White, and numerous independent films including Nowhere To Go, Bongwater, Greg Araki's Nowhere and Lunchtime Special. Caan is also a screenwriter and recently sold Chasing The Party: How Hugh Hefner Saved My Life, an original screenplay to Disney with Jerry Bruckheimer set to produce. The film is slated for production with Caan attached to star.
Bio courtesy Warner Bros. (01-Jan-2000)