Brett Scott

Brett Scott

Acting Department, Resident Artist

Brett has just started his sixth year at North Broward Preparatory School in collaboration with The Julliard School in NYC. His previous shows at North Broward include The Bourgeois Gentleman, Cabaret, Ghost the Musical, Pride and Prejudice, The Prime Of Miss Jean Brodie, Side Show, The Crucible, Company, A Flea In Her Ear, and Working the Musical.

He is a New York City native. Brett received his Bachelor of Fine Arts in Performance from The University of Miami and his Masters of Fine Arts from The National Theatre Conservatory, part of the Denver Center for the Performing Arts.

He has taught Acting, Directing and Theatre at The Durango Performing Arts Center, Odessa College in Texas, International Thespian Conference, Texas Thespian Conference, Kansas City Thespian Conference, The Shakespeare Theatre Company in Washington, DC, The Denver School of the Arts, The Duke Ellington School of the Arts, The Denver Center Theatre Academy, Metropolitan State University of Denver, and Red Rocks Community College

He has taught, directed and performed in Los Angeles, New York, Miami, Arizona, and Denver. In Los Angeles he directed Robert Patrick’s world premiere (The Playwright of the Tony winning play Kennedy’s Children) self-proclaimed autobiographic play Hello Bob.

Some of his Regional acting credits include Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, Much Ado About Nothing, The Good Doctor, A Christmas Carol, John Brown’s Body, Arms and the Man, A Woman in Mind, The Three Sisters, Landscape of the Body, Endgame, The Crucible, and Flowers for Algernon. He most recently directed Oleanna, Twelve Angry Jurors, Orpheus Descending, and The Miser.

His TV Credits include All My Children, The Guiding Light, The Chris Rock Show, Lois and Clark, and Sisters.