Scott Lowell

Best known for his lead role of “Ted Schmidt” in Showtime’s groundbreaking series Queer As Folk for which he was twice nominated for the Prism Award. Other television credits include Castle (ABC), CSI:NY (CBS), Supah Ninjas! (Nickelodean), Bones (Fox), NCIS (CBS), Heroes (NBC), Leverage (TNT), Criminal Minds (CBS), various voices on the Fox animated series American Dad, On The Edge (Showtime), Alien Fury (UPN), Frasier, Caroline In The City and Early Edition.

Film credits include The Chicago 8, To Live and Die in Dixie, Ping Pong Playa, Trapped Ashes, The Debtor$, Love Bites, LAdies Room LA, Damned If You Do and Opus 27.

He recently appeared onstage at the Berkshire Theatre Festival in The Heidi Chronicles and at the National Playwright’s Conference at the Eugene O’Neill Theatre Center in Waterford, CT. Stage credits in Los Angeles include Blithe Spirit (A Noise Within), The Pain and the Itch (Furious Theatre/Boston Court), Orson’s Shadow and Present Laughter (Pasadena Playhouse), Durang/Durang (Hollywood Court), Anna Christie and The Caine Mutiny Court-martial (LA TheatreWorks). Chicago credits include Light Up The Sky and A Christmas Carol (Goodman Theatre), “Picasso” in the World Premiere run of Steve Martin’s Picasso At The Lapin Agile and Twelfth Night (Steppenwolf), 19 different characters in A Perfect Ganesh (Northlight), Laughter On The 23rd Floor (Briar Street), “John Wilkes Booth” in the Chicago Premiere of Sondheim’s Assassins (Pegasus, Jeff Citation – Production), The Chicago Conspiracy Trial (Remains Theatre), Much Ado About Nothing and King John (Chicago Shakespeare), the World Premiere of the six-hour Incorruptible (Jeff nomination – performance), Wild Honey and Orwell Down And Out (Bailiwick Rep.).

Also a writer, Scott currently resides in Los Angeles.