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Biography #2Scott Wolf recently entered his fifth season on Party of Five, the award-winning show which has earned him accolades from critics and fans alike.
Wolf landed the first job he ever auditioned for and continues to work steadily. He went from commercials to guest spots on television shows such as Parker Lewis Can't Lose, The Trials of Rosie O'Neill and The Commish. He landed recurring roles on the series Saved by the Bell and Evening Shade, appeared on Kids Incorporated and Down Home, and played the lead in the NBC pilot Yesterday Today.
In the feature film arena, Wolf starred in Paramount's The Evening Star, the continuation to Terms of Endearment with Shirley MacLaine and Juliette Lewis, and in Hollywood Pictures' White Squall, co-starring Jeff Bridges. Wolf also starred in Gramercy's Double Dragon and the Trimark release Teenage Bonnie and Klepto Clyde.
In theatre, Wolf had the unique opportunity to perform in the Williamstown Theater in Sidney Kingsley's Dead End, directed by Nicholas Martin. He returned to Williamstown last summer to perform in A.R. Gurney's Far East.
Bio courtesy Columbia Pictures (01-Jan-2000)