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William Lee Scott is an American actor.


Scott was born in Hudson, New York, on July 6, 1973. He began his acting career as a series regular on The Steve Harvey Show, also guest-starring in other TV shows such as Fitz and Gun. He landed his first feature film role in Gattaca. Scott also appeared in the made-for-TV movie Before Women Had Wings and the indie film The Opposite of Sex. In 1999, Scott starred in October Sky and, in the following year, had a role in Gone in 60 Seconds. In his personal life, he has been married to Charlene Bloom since 2002.

On Criminal Minds[]

Scott portrayed manipulative serial killer Gary in the Season Three episode "Children of the Dark".


  • Talking Points (2014) as Narrator (short, voice)
  • Burning Blue (2013) as Charlie Trumbo
  • A Feeling from Within (2012) as Kevin Scully
  • Madso's War (2010) as Lep Quinn
  • Chase (2010) as Bob McGraw
  • Nine Dead (2010) as Jackson
  • CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2009) as Jeffrey Luvan
  • Brooklyn's Finest (2009) as Officer (uncredited)
  • Farm House (2008) as Chad
  • ER (2008) as Jordan
  • Criminal Minds - "Children of the Dark" (2007) TV episode - Gary
  • The Go-Getter (2007) as Rid
  • Twenty Questions (2006) as Peter Burnet
  • The Novice (2006) as Henry
  • Beautiful Dreamer (2006) as Clay
  • The Winning Season (2004) as Ty Cobb
  • Killer Diller (2004) as Wesley
  • The Butterfly Effect (2004) as Tommy
  • Dumb and Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd (2003) as Carl
  • CSI: Miami (2003) as DJ Scorpius
  • Identity (2003) as Lou
  • The Steve Harvey Show (1996-2002) as Stanley "Bullethead" Kuznocki (122 episodes)
  • Pearl Harbor (2001) as Lt. Billy Thompson
  • Gone in Sixty Seconds (2000) as Toby
  • Black & White (1999) as Will King
  • October Sky (1999) as Roy Lee
  • Tis the Season (1998) as Zach (short)
  • The Opposite of Sex (1998) as Randy "One Ball" Cates
  • Cracker: Mind Over Murder (1997) as Jeremy Falls
  • Before Women Had Wings (1997) as Hank Jackson
  • Gattaca (1997) as Teen Anton Freeman
  • Gun (1997) as The Skinhead

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For an up-to-date filmography, see here.