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Name  Scott Mosier
Role  Film producer

Education  Vancouver Film School
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Born  March 5, 1971 (age 44) (1971-03-05) Vancouver, Washington, U.S.
Website  http://www.smodcast.com
Spouse  Alex Hilebronner (m. 2006)
TV shows  Clerks: The Animated Series, Sucks Less with Kevin Smith
Movies  Clerks, Chasing Amy, Mallrats, Dogma, Clerks II
Similar People  Kevin Smith, Jason Mewes, Brian O'Halloran, Jeff Anderson, Walt Flanagan
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Organizations founded  View Askew Productions

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Scott A. Mosier (born March 5, 1971) is a Canadian-American film producer, editor, podcaster, writer and actor best known for his work with director Kevin Smith, with whom he co-hosts the weekly podcast, SModcast.

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Early life

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Mosier was born in Vancouver, Washington, and moved around as a child between British Columbia and Washington. He has dual Canadian and American citizenship, as his father was born in Saskatchewan, Canada. As a teenager he resided in Vancouver, in British Columbia.

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Mosier met Smith at the Vancouver Film School in Canada. Their first assignment, Mae Day: The Crumbling of a Documentary, was a student film documentary that fell apart in production. To salvage it, Smith and Mosier interviewed the crew about the demise of the very documentary that they had been attempting to produce. They also added a segment in which the two were shown in silhouette as they described their fictional thoughts.

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Four months into the eight-month program, Smith decided to drop out, but not before making a deal with Mosier: each would start writing a script of his own, and the one who finished last would help the other with his movie.

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On Kevin Smith's first feature film, Clerks, Mosier recorded the original sound on the set, edited the movie (at RST Video), and contributed to the budget. He also contributed by appearing on-screen as multiple characters, including the angry hockey player and Willam Black (Snowball).

On 1995 film Mallrats, Mosier worked in organizing the budget along with line producer Laura Greenlee, while presiding over a much larger crew. In the movie, he portrayed Svenning's assistant, Roddy. The character later appeared on a Jay and Silent Bob MTV short.

On the 1997 romantic comedy film Chasing Amy, Mosier and Smith agreed with Miramax's Harvey Weinstein and Bob Weinstein to shrink the initial proposed budget from $3,000,000 to $250,000. The compromise allowed Mosier and Kevin to cast their friends instead of established stars. Mosier appears in the beginning of the film as the comics convention patron who gets into an argument with Banky Edwards (Jason Lee) after demeaning his career as an inker.

On the 1999 film Dogma, Mosier worked with Greenlee again; the editing of the film lasted nearly a year. He also played the Smooching Seaman who Ben Affleck and Matt Damon meet on the bus.

On the 2001 film Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back, Mosier worked with a budget of $20 million. The editing was difficult, due to the MPAA threatening to give the film an NC-17 rating. In the film, Mosier played the assistant director on the set of the fictional sequel to Good Will Hunting and reprises his Willam Black character from Clerks.

Mosier had a comparatively larger budget to work with on the film Jersey Girl, whose budget was $35 million. The editing was also difficult due to the studio's desire to cut down the large amount of Jennifer Lopez/Ben Affleck footage following the poor box-office performance of Gigli.

Mosier produced Clerks II in 2006. Smith stated he edited the film himself, making Clerks II one of three films Mosier has produced with Smith, but not edited (the others being Mallrats and Zack and Miri Make a Porno). Scott makes a brief cameo as a concerned father who shields his daughter's eyes from the sight of a character sitting on a toilet.

In 2008, Mosier worked again with Smith as the producer on Zack and Miri Make a Porno.

Other work

Mosier served as an executive producer, editor, and actor for Bryan Johnson's Vulgar, an Askew production. He had also served as a producer (along with Kevin Smith) on Drawing Flies, A Better Place, and Clerks: The Animated Series; he served as a co-executive producer on Good Will Hunting and Big Helium Dog. He also appeared in cameos in Drawing Flies as the Crying Diaperman, in A Better Place as Larry, and in Vulgar as Scotty. Mosier is also a co-host, along with Smith, of the SModcast podcast hosted by the Smith-owned SModcast.com.

In 2007, Salim Baba, a short documentary Scott produced, was nominated for an Academy Award. Filmmakers Tim Sternberg and Francisco Bello received the nomination (Mosier was unable to be nominated due to a limit of two nominees per short film).

On SModcast 77, Mosier announced he would not produce Kevin Smith's film Cop Out (2010), instead pursuing his directorial debut. He stated on SModcast 90 that he finished writing his first feature screenplay, and was in the process of trying to sell it.

On August 10, 2011, Mosier stated on Twitter that he has written some episodes of the Ultimate Spider-Man cartoon on Disney. This was confirmed in a special "SModcast Extra" (attached to SModcast No. 204 and episode 5 of the Comic Book Men podcast "Secret Stash") in which Kevin Smith and he interview Joe Casey; Scott has written six scripts for the series.

Personal life

Mosier married girlfriend Alex Hilebronner on September 1, 2006. The couple met on the set of Jersey Girl.

In the documentary Back to the Well: Clerks II, he states that he is agnostic, but still goes to church when Kevin Smith goes.

References

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