| Scott Coffey|
| Thomas Scott Coffey|
May 1, 1967 (age 48) (1967-05-01) Honolulu, Hawaii, U.S.
T. Scott Coffee
T. Scott Coffey
Actor, director, producer, screenwriter
Independent Spirit Award for Best Supporting Male
Ellie Parker, Mulholland Drive, Rabbits, Shag, Tank Girl
Blair Mastbaum, Armando Riesco, Chris Riggi, Shannon Woodward, Rebecca Rigg
Scott Coffey (born Thomas Scott Coffey; May 1, 1967) is an American actor, director, producer and screenwriter. His film credits include Shag, Some Kind of Wonderful, Dream Lover, and Mulholland Drive. He directed Ellie Parker in 2005.
Coffey was born and raised in Honolulu, Hawaii, where he began his acting career appearing in school plays, community theatre and with the Hawaii Performing Arts Company. He also appeared in several episodic television shows. He is now an acclaimed writer director. Coffey lives in Portland, Oregon with his boyfriend, novelist Blair Mastbaum.
At sixteen, with the money he had earned acting, he travelled to Europe. Inspired by Bertolucci's La Luna, he felt compelled to visit Rome along with Paris and Budapest. He stayed three years, attending high school in Rome and acting in seven films, including Once Upon a Time in America and the CBS miniseries Christopher Columbus. While on location for Christopher Columbus, he was contacted by the William Morris Agency and moved to New York, where he signed with the agency and studied acting while co-starring in the off-Broadway play It's All Talk.
After a year he moved to Los Angeles to pursue his film career and has been working ever since, appearing in Ferris Bueller's Day Off and SpaceCamp His television work includes a special The New Twilight Zone entitled "Private Channel", as well as an episode of Amazing Stories episode directed by Robert Zemeckis.
His feature film, Ellie Parker (2005), which finished production in July 2005, was an Official Selection of the 2005 Sundance Film Festival and won the New American Cinema Special Jury Prize at the Seattle International Film Festival. It was released in late 2005 by Strand Releasing. He wrote another film based on All God's Children Can Dance by Haruki Murakami.
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