J. Scott Bronson
J. Scott Bronson was born on Jun 26, 1958 in USA. J. Scott Bronson's big-screen debut came with Double Jeopardy directed by Lawrence Schiller in 1992, strarring Frank Sherman. J. Scott Bronson is known for Anya's Bell directed by Tom McLoughlin, Della Reese stars as Anya Herpick and Mason Gamble as Scott Rhymes. The upcoming new movie J. Scott Bronson plays is Lucky You which will be released on May 04, 2007.
J. Scott Bronson is a playwright, actor, and stage director. He was artistic director of the Little Theater at the Covey Center of Arts in Provo, Utah. He was also on the board of trustees for the Castle Theater's Actor's Repertory Theatre Ensemble. Bronson, who hails from California, studied theater at San Diego Mesa Jr. College and Brigham Young University. He was associated with the Writer/Director/Actor workshop as a writer three times and as a director once while attending that university. He also broke into acting while a student at BYU. Two of his plays, Heartlight: A Domestic Suite (1984) and Arthur's Place: A Romantic Fantasy of Sorts (1986), placed second in the BYU Mayhew Playwriting Contest. His plays Confessions (1994) and Altars (1994) won first place in the Sunstone Mormon One-Act Playwriting Contest. He received the Association for Mormon Letters Best Drama Award for his play Stones (2001). He has also written Altars, Tombs, Brothers, and Dial Tones. He has acted in many stage, television, and film productions, including plays "Terra Nova", "Lion in the Winter", "Wait Until Dark"; and TV series or movies Touched by an Angel, Double Jeopardy, The Stand, Not in This Town, The Visitor, A Town Has Turned to Dust, Secret Life, The Test of Love, Anya's Bell, Everwood, Right on Track, The American Experience: Transcontinental Railroad, and The President's Child. He also appeared in "Brigham City" and short "A Truce with Death".
BirthdayJun 26, 1958
Place of BirthSan Diego, California, USA
Movies & TV Shows
as Poker Player (uncredited)5.9
as Father (as Scott Bronson)6.1
Beyond the Prairie: The True Story of Laura Ingalls Wilder
as Mr. Robbins6.0
as Frank Sherman5.3