Scott Taylor-Cole has been performing since the age of 9, when he was first cast in a musical production of Tom Sawyer in the role of Huckleberry Finn. He would continue to perform in community theatre and educational theatre throughout high school.
Scott embarked on his first collegiate experience at California State University, Fullerton as a candidate for their prestigious Bachelor of Fine Arts in Musical Theatre.
He took a bit of a hiatus from theatre for a couple of years, but then relocated to the windy city of Chicago where the acting bug bit again! He was cast as The Scarecrow in a national touring production of The Wiz (sadly, the tour never launched).
After some time in Chi-town, he relocated back to the Bay Area where he completed his Bachelor of Arts Degree from San Francisco State University in Drama with an emphasis in Performance and works with many Bay Area Theatre companies.
Past credits: Larry, Gus, u/s Ned Ryerson in Groundhog Day (SF Playhouse), Corny Collins in Hairspray (Bay Area Musicals), Reuben in Joseph...Dreamcoat (Broadway By The Bay), Cowardly Lion in The Wizard of Oz (Berkeley Playhouse), Male Swing in Sunday In The Park With George (San Francisco Playhouse), Joey Primo in Rock of Ages (Pacific Coast Repertory Theatre), Brian in Avenue Q (New Conservatory Theatre Center), Pepper in the regional premiere of Mamma Mia! (Woodminster), Billy Flynn in Chicago (SFSU), Andy Lee (42nd Street ), Horton the Elephant (Seussical ), Game Show Host (Reckless ), and Tulsa (Gypsy ).
Scott Taylor-Cole is a native of Rocklin, CA (a Sacramento suburb) and currently resides in San Francisco, CA