sCOTT COOPER MIAMI actor FILMOGRAPHY

15 CREDITS

Made In Hollywood – 2017

“MADE IN HOLLYWOOD”, is an inventive behind-the-screen entertainment news, headline; magazine-styled series, featuring exclusive celebrity interviews with Hollywood’s premiere talent. There is on-set coverage with directors, writers & producers, and previews of upcoming motion picture and DVD releases. “MADE IN HOLLYWOOD” also gives the viewer a look at how special effects artists, and their tech wizards, pull off the complex magic needed to bring many of the years biggest blockbusters to life.

For Sale By Owner – 2009

A newly married couple buy property that not only has a link to the husband’s past but also to the lost colony of Roanoke.

Get Low – 2009

A newly married couple buy property that not only has a link to the husband’s past but also to the lost colony of Roanoke.

Broken Trail – 2006

A veteran cowboy and his nephew save five Chinese girls from prostitution while trekking from Oregon to Wyoming.

Rain – 2003

A German Shepard named Rain is trained to fight in the Vietnam War and his intelligence and courage in the face of adversity wins the respect and loyalty of his platoon.

Attitude – 2003

Indie filmmaker, Rob Nilsson, delivers this Cassavetes-style meditation on a group of desperate, homeless, or otherwise downtrodden characters who try to find connection with each other — with varying degrees of success. Attitude takes as its lead character Spoddy (Michael Disend), a recently HIV-positive mechanic and petty thief who, fearing retribution from some shady business associates, takes refuge with a group of homeless people living at a landfill. There, he self-centeredly rails against the forces that conspired to cause his demise — never realizing that he oversaw his own downfall.

Water Under The Bridge – 2003

The drama Water Under the Bridge concerns a man attempting to figure out what happened nearly two decades before when he saw his father standing with a shotgun over the dead body of his best friend. He makes the decision to go back home to see if he can figure out the truth of that evening, and begins investigating his mother (Theresa Russell) without her knowing he has returned. Complications arise when he begins to fall in love with the landlord (Gabrielle Anwar) who owns the building in which he is residing.

Gods and Generals – 2003

Director Ron Maxwell and producer Ted Turner return to the glory and tragedy of the Civil War in this historical drama, a prequel to Gettysburg, which examines the early days of the conflict through the experiences of three men. Col. Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain (Jeff Daniels) left behind a quiet life and a career as a college professor to become one of the Union’s greatest military minds. Gen. Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson (Stephen Lang) was, like Chamberlain, a man of great religious faith who served in the defense of the Confederacy. And Gen. Robert E. Lee (Robert Duvall), who led the Confederate army, was a man who was forced to choose between his loyalty to the United States and his love of the Southern states where he was born and raised.

Bill’s Gun Shop – 2001

A young gun enthusiast longing for a permit to carry soon finds that wielding a firearm can be a weighty responsibility in a chilling thriller that follows in the tense tradition of Elmore Leonard. Twenty-three year old Dillon McCarthy would like nothing more than a chance to work at Bill’s Gun Shop. When he’s hired and subsequently offered the opportunity to ride along on a dangerous bounty hunter, he is about to find out how quickly a dream can transform into a nightmare.

The District – 2000 to 2004

Despite having over 30 law enforcement agencies, Washington DC still has the highest crime rate in the US. With politics and indifference being a large factor in this, the city hires Newark PD Chief Jack Mannion, a movie-quoting, lounge-singing former NYPD transit cop who claims he can (and has successfully) cut a city’s crime rate in half with his get-with-it-or-report-to-meter-maid-duty attitude, to take over as commissioner of the DC Police.

Perfect Fit – 2001

An aimless young man turns to murder in order to satisfy the desires of his new girlfriend, a narcissistic blue jean fetishist.

Takedown – 2000

Kevin Mitnick is quite possibly the best hacker in the world. Hunting for more and more information, seeking more and more cybertrophies every day, he constantly looks for bigger challenges. When he breaks into the computer of a security expert and an ex-hacker, he finds one – and much more than that.

The X-Files – 1999

Two FBI agents, Fox Mulder the believer and Dana Scully the skeptic, investigate the strange and unexplained, while hidden forces work to impede their efforts.

Austin Powers
The Spy Who Shagged Me – 1999

Austin Powers — fashion photographer, denizen of Swingin’ London, international espionage agent, and bane of dental hygienists everywhere — returns in his second screen adventure. Powers (once again played by Mike Myers), a 1960s superspy stranded in the 1990s, discovers that his nemesis, criminal genius Dr. Evil (also Mike Myers), has somehow stolen his “mojo” (the secret to his otherwise inexplicable sex appeal) and traveled back in time to the 1960s as part of his latest fiendish scheme. Powers must also travel back in time to retrieve it, but if Austin doesn’t quite fit into 1998, he’s been there just long enough not to fit in in 1968 anymore, either.

Dry Martini – 1998

California in the 1950s. Valeria and her author husband Sam are invited to spend a weekend at the lavish estate of Madame Penelope Richaud, whose family created the fictional Richaud gin