Scott Alan Moffitt, is a Los Angeles based Actor, Writer, Producer, and Dialect Coach.
Scott has been acting for over 14 years, and began pursuing it full time when he moved to Los Angeles in 2012. His training includes comedic and dramatic improv, on-camera technique, scene-study, sitcom technique, and audition technique. He’s studied with such esteemed acting coaches as Lesly Kahn, Robert D’Avanzo, Patrick Day, and Bill Coelius, and at such respected schools as The Groundlings, Lesly Kahn & Company and Young Actors Space. In addition, Scott received a BFA in Acting from TCU in Fort Worth, TX, where he graduated Magna Cum Laude. While at TCU, Scott was the recipient of the Ann L. Rhodes Award for Excellence in Performance, a three time recipient of a Meritorious Achievement Award for Theatre, five time Dean’s List Scholar and three time TCU Scholar.
In addition to his impressive honors, Scott spent his time at college refining his natural ability for dialects and accents in accelerated courses, and went on to become a teacher’s assistant in the advanced dialect class. He also designed an independent study course specifically tailored to learning a new dialect every week. During the rest of his time at TCU, Scott appeared in an impressive number of “mainstage” productions, performing during 7 out of 8 of his college semesters. He specialized in character types, playing roles such as John Merrick in The Elephant Man, the demanding ensemble of The Laramie Project (playing over 10 different characters), and the regional premiere of Volleygirls straight from off-Broadway, playing the surly Russian referee. He assistant directed and dialect coached a professional production of Oklahoma! at the Scott Theatre, one of Fort Worth’s most prestigious theatrical venues.
Since beginning to pursue a career in film 4 years ago, Scott has continued his streak of playing quirky characters. He starred as the very Southern protagonist in the horror film God’s Country, an over the top gay man in The Homeless Man, and a cocky functioning alcoholic in the spec pilot The Industry. He has also spent some time on the LA stage, notably in last summer’s production of Beyond Therapy at The Whole Theatre. As a writer and producer, he has created a webseries called Glampers, which is expected to premiere Winter 2016. He also co-produced a showcase together at The Whole Theatre, which showed off the talent of many local actors to various industry professionals.
Scott has also been sharing his talent for dialects with fellow actors, offering private coaching and classes at Young Actors Space in Sherman Oaks. His classes specialize in teaching actors a highly technical method for reading and writing dialects via the International Phonetic Alphabet.
Most recently, Scott has been producing a half hour comedy series called Top Billin’, which he is also co-starring in. Follow him on social media to keep up to date on this, and all other projects he’s involved in.