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Scott Foley
Birthday: January 4, 1963

Birth Place: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Height: 5' 9"

Below is a complete filmography (list of movies he's appeared in) for Scott Foley. If you have any corrections or additions, please email us at corrections@actorsofhollywood.com. We'd also be interested in any trivia or other information you have.



While best known for portraying Felicity's devoted resident advisor Noel Crane, actor Scott Foley has conquered roles that are poles apart from his boy-next-door character on the now-defunct WB college drama. From his wicked turn as a murderous film director in Wes Craven's Scream 3 (2000) to his comedic stint as a neurotic (and extremely handsome) patient on the hit sitcom Scrubs, he has proven to be one of the most versatile and promising graduates of the youth-dominated network.Born on July 15, 1972, in Kansas City, KS, Foley is the oldest of three sons. Thanks to his father's job as an international banker, Foley grew up all over the world, spending the most time in Sydney, Australia and Tokyo, Japan. He caught the acting bug at age six after his mother took him to see the children's musical Annie. Foley made his theatrical debut only a few years later, singing "I'll Do Anything" in his school's production of Oliver. When he was a teenager, his family settled in St. Louis, MO, where he participated in community and regional theater. Shortly after graduating high school, he bought a one-way plane ticket to Hollywood.Foley struggled for almost six years before earning his big break. He rented a "sleeping room" apartment and worked various jobs that allowed him to take acting classes and attend auditions. Foley waited tables, managed restaurants, sold insurance, worked at the Gap, manned the counter at Mrs. Fields' Cookies, and even stocked nursing supplies during the graveyard shift at U.C.L.A. Medical Center. His first paying gig came in 1995 when he appeared in an episode of Sweet Valley High titled "Blunder Alley." Two years later, he landed a theatrical agent, as well as guest spot on the sitcom Step by Step and a small role as a parking valet in the television movie Crowned and Dangerous (1997). Within a month he was on the set of the WB's teen drama Dawson's Creek, playing all-American high school quarterback Cliff Elliot, Dawson's (James Van Der Beek) romantic rival. Originally hired to guest star in the series' first three episodes, Foley hung around for five. Created by screenwriter Kevin Williamson, Dawson's Creek premiered in the winter of 1998 to rave reviews.With his popularity steadily increasing, WB executives cast Foley in Felicity, a one-hour drama about a college freshman who follows her lifelong crush from their California high school to a university in New York City. Originally hired to portray the object of Felicity's (Keri Russell) affection, Foley stepped in to play her resident advisor and confidante, Noel Crane, when producers could not find an actor for the role. The show, which first aired in the fall of 1998, became a critical favorite and earned a Golden Globe nomination in its first year. Its success forced Foley to back out of his deal to appear as a regular cast member on the WB sitcom Zoe, Duncan, Jack & Jane. Instead, he guest starred in two episodes of the series as Montana Kennedy, an attractive (and unattainable) older man.In 2000, Foley made his big-screen debut opposite Courteney Cox Arquette, Parker Posey, and Neve Campbell in Scream 3 (2000). Shortly afterward, he married actress Jennifer Garner, whom he met two years earlier when she played his ex-girlfriend on Felicity. The couple appeared together in the independent film Rennie's Landing (2001), before Foley went on to play a junior grade lieutenant in Below (2002), a submarine thriller co-written by Darren Aronofsky.Unfortunately, as Foley's career grew, Felicity dipped in the ratings and suffered the constant threat of cancellation. A letter-writing campaign carried out by Felicity fans initially saved the show, but the WB still canceled the series in the spring of 2002 after four years on the air. However, the network did produce a season of "good-bye" episodes to give the show a proper ending. The bonus season also marked Foley's first time behind the camera, as he directed the episode titled "The Graduate."With his own series' run coming to an end, Foley appeared in two episodes of the NBC comedy Scrubs. The job turned out to be the perfect trial run for his first post-Felicity gig, the lead role in the NBC pilot A.U.S.A. Described by the network's president as "Scrubs with lawyers," the sitcom features Foley as a neophyte lawyer in the United States Attorney's office and was picked up for the 2002-2003 television season.

Movie Credits
Netherbeast Incorporated (2007)
[ Jason Mewes ][ Judd Nelson ][ Robert Wagner ]
Out of Omaha (2006)
[ Dave Foley ][ Ethan Phillips ]
Goose on the Loose (2006)
[ Chevy Chase ][ James Purefoy ][ Dave Foley ][ William B. Davis ]
Sky High (2005)
[ Kurt Russell ][ Bruce Campbell ][ Patrick Warburton ][ Dave Foley ][ Michael Angarano ]
Testing Bob (2005)
[ Dave Foley ][ Peter Dinklage ]
Childstar (2004)
[ Eric Stoltz ][ Brendan Fehr ][ Dave Foley ][ Gil Bellows ][ Alan Thicke ]
Prom Queen: The Marc Hall Story (2004)
[ Dave Foley ][ Aaron Ashmore ][ Mike Lobel ]
Intern Academy (2004)
[ Dan Aykroyd ][ Dave Foley ][ Matt Frewer ][ Dave Thomas ][ Saul Rubinek ]
Flip-Flop: Part 2 (2004)
[ John Cleese ][ Dave Foley ]
Flip-Flop: Part 1 (2004)
[ John Cleese ][ Dave Foley ]
Looking for Mr. Good Enough (2004)
[ Dave Foley ]
Ice Cream Balls (2004)
[ Dave Foley ]
Ham & Cheese (2004)
[ Dave Foley ]
Employee of the Month (2004)
[ Matt Dillon ][ Steve Zahn ][ Dave Foley ][ Paul Dooley ]
Grind (2003)
[ Adam Brody ][ Jason London ][ Randy Quaid ][ Stephen Root ][ Mike Vogel ]
My Boss's Daughter (2003)
[ Ashton Kutcher ][ Michael Madsen ][ Terence Stamp ][ Dave Foley ][ Jeffrey Tambor ]
Fancy Dancing (2002)
[ Jason Priestley ][ Dave Foley ][ Ewen Bremner ][ Dave Thomas ]
Stark Raving Mad (2002)
[ Seann William Scott ][ Lou Diamond Phillips ][ Dave Foley ][ Adam Arkin ][ Terry Chen ]
Kids in the Hall: Tour of Duty (2002)
[ Dave Foley ][ Kevin McDonald ]
$windle (2002)
[ Tom Sizemore ][ Dave Foley ]
Run Ronnie Run (2002)
[ Jack Black ][ R. Lee Ermey ][ Patrick Warburton ][ David Cross ][ Dave Foley ]
On the Line (2001)
[ Justin Timberlake ][ Dave Foley ][ Lance Bass ][ Joey Fatone ]
Monkeybone (2001)
[ Brendan Fraser ][ John Turturro ][ Thomas Haden Church ][ Dave Foley ][ Chris Kattan ]
What's Up, Peter Fuddy? (2001)
[ Dave Foley ][ Mark Moses ][ Shawn Pyfrom ][ Michael Bergin ][ Craig Anton ]
CyberWorld (2000)
[ Dave Foley ][ Matt Frewer ]
A Bug's Life (1999)
[ David Hyde Pierce ][ Brad Garrett ][ Dave Foley ][ Roddy McDowall ][ Richard Kind ]
Blast from the Past (1999)
[ Christopher Walken ][ Brendan Fraser ][ Nathan Fillion ][ Dave Foley ][ Joey Slotnick ]
It's Tough to Be a Bug (1999)
[ Kevin Spacey ][ Cheech Marin ][ Dave Foley ][ French Stewart ][ Corey Burton ]
Toy Story 2 (1999)
[ Tom Hanks ][ Kelsey Grammer ][ Tim Allen ][ R. Lee Ermey ][ Wallace Shawn ]
Dick (1999)
[ Will Ferrell ][ Ryan Reynolds ][ Harry Shearer ][ Dave Foley ][ Dan Hedaya ]
South Park: Bigger Longer & Uncut (1999)
[ George Clooney ][ Brent Spiner ][ Trey Parker ][ Dave Foley ][ Matt Stone ]
Freaky Friday (1999)
[ Stephen Root ][ Andy Dick ][ Jon Lovitz ][ Dave Foley ][ Joe Rogan ]
Ploy (1999)
[ Stephen Root ][ Andy Dick ][ Jon Lovitz ][ Dave Foley ][ Joe Rogan ]
Hair (1999)
[ Stephen Root ][ Andy Dick ][ Jon Lovitz ][ Dave Foley ][ Joe Rogan ]
Flowers for Matthew (1998)
[ Stephen Root ][ Andy Dick ][ Jon Lovitz ][ Dave Foley ][ Joe Rogan ]
A Bug's Life (1998)
[ Kevin Spacey ][ Denis Leary ][ Julia Louis-Dreyfus ][ David Hyde Pierce ][ Brad Garrett ]
Hacks (1997)
[ John Ritter ][ Jason Priestley ][ Robert Patrick ][ Dave Foley ][ Ryan O'Neal ]
The Wrong Guy (1997)
[ Dave Foley ][ Enrico Colantoni ][ Kevin McDonald ][ Joe Flaherty ]
Kids in the Hall: Brain Candy (1996)
[ Brendan Fraser ][ Dave Foley ][ Kevin McDonald ]
It's Pat (1994)
[ Dave Foley ][ Phil LaMarr ][ Tim Meadows ][ Mitch Pileggi ]
Three Men and a Baby (1987)
[ Tom Selleck ][ Ted Danson ][ Steve Guttenberg ][ Dave Foley ][ Paul Guilfoyle ]
Echoes in the Darkness (1987)
[ Gary Cole ][ Peter Boyle ][ Dave Foley ][ Treat Williams ][ Robert Loggia ]
The Prodigious Hickey (1987)
[ Stephen Baldwin ][ Dave Foley ][ Edward Herrmann ][ Josh Hamilton ][ Robert Joy ]
Anne of Green Gables: The Sequel (1987)
[ Dave Foley ][ Jonathan Crombie ]
High Stakes (1986)
[ Dave Foley ]


  • Much of his character on "Newsradio" was based on Foley's own personality. Most notably, his coffee addiction (He reportedly has several pots a day) and his love of the sitcom Green Acres.
  • Both his sons with former wife Southey have their mother's surname.
  • Is the youngest member of the Kids in the Hall troupe.
  • Wife Crissy gave birth to daughter Alina Chiara Foley on April 16th, 2003.
  • Introduction to comedy came when he wrote stand-up comedy material for a creative writing class.
  • Met his first wife,Tabitha, in a bar when she was 17 and he was 20. Tabitha was on a date with one of Dave's friends. She and Dave started arguing about whether the lead singer of Psychadelic Furs was a good singer.
  • Son Basil Patrick Southey born 1995.
  • Son Edmund "Ned" Southey born 1991.
  • Has been best friends with, "Kevin McDonald" , "Mark McKinney" , "Bruce McCulloch" , and "Scott Thompson" since he was 19 years old.
  • Enjoys Poker

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