Scott Marshall Taylor

Scott Marshall Taylor

Actor, Playwright and Screenwriter

The Bronx, New York

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December 2020
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About Scott

After recieving my undergrauate degree in theatre at the Unioversity of Iowa with an acting emphasis, I worked and taught professionally. I later went to Ringling Bros Barnum and Baily Clown College. And, still several years later I returned to school to get an MFA in Playwriting from Ohio Univeristy. Once upon a time, I was fortunate enough to have a play of mine run off-broadway, and still others produced at various theatres. Since then I have dedicated my available writing time to screenplays and have had some considerable recent success in contest and festivals with several different scripts as listed below:

bGone

Winner – Jury Award

GO independent Film Festival -2017

Winner Best Sci-FI

American Filmmatic Arts Awards -2019

Award for Excellence

New York Los Angeles International Film Festival -2018

Finalist - Honorable Mention

Los Angeles Film & Script Festival – 2019

New York International Screenplay Awards – 2019

The Indie Gathering -2017

Finalist

ScreenCraft Screenwriting Fellowship -2019

Finalist

The Screenplay Festival - 2020

Fresh Start, Inc.

Winner

Cinema Los Angeles - 2017

Winner Best Sci-Fi

Los Angeles Film Awards -2019

Finalist

LA Die Laughing - 2017

Semi-finalist (top 50)

4th Annual Sci-Fi/Fantasy Screenwriting Contest - Stage 32 – 2020

Barth

Award of Merit

Cinema World Fest Awards -2020

Finalist

FilmMakers International Screenwriting Awards – 2018

Semi-Finalist

StoryPros Awards Screenplay Contest – 2019

The Trouble w/Being

Winner Best Sci Fi

Festigious Los Angeles – September 2020

Finalist - Nominated Best Script

Lucky Strike Films Festival -2019

Finalist

Los Angeles Film Awards -2019

Page Turner Screenplays -2020

The Mr. Dave Show Show

Grand Prize Winner – Sitcom

Hollywood Screenplay Contest -2019

Winner - Best Sitcom

Festigious Los Angeles - August -2020

Finalist

Screen Power Film Festival -2020

Curb Your Enthusiasm - Tantra Schmantra

Winner TV Writing Sample

Fresh Voices – 2020

2nd place Winner

Scriptapalooza Television Writing Competition - 2020

Finalist

World Series of Screenwriting - 2016

Hollywood Screenplay Contest -2019

New York Screenplay Contest – 2019

Curb Your Enthusiasm – Larry’s Celebrity Poker

Finalist

The Screenplay Festival 2020

ClubFit-Less

Finalist - Honorable Mention

WriteMovies Romance and Comedy Award 2020

Co-wrote with Patrick Wiegers It All Comes Down to This

Finalist

Creative World Awards Screenwriting Competition - 2018

Story Pros – 2016

Runner-up

Acclaim – 2017

Top 75

Tracking Board - 2016

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  • Fresh Start, Inc.

    Fresh Start, Inc. Budget: $5M - $10M | Sci-fi Comedy Martin Dorschman is a tightly-wound 50 year old man who thinks he will be promoted on his birthday, BUT is instead fired. He only then agrees to use a convert organization to fake his death so he can come back to take a wrong-headed approach at being his boss's boss and to even more wrong-headedly try to get that same unimpressed company to plan a memorial for his former self so as to impress his now widowed but still bitter former wife

  • The Mr. Dave Show...Show

    The Mr. Dave Show...Show Budget: $100K - $1M | Comedy Forced out of the the business of children's show clowning, due to psychological problems, Mr. Dave Show still wants to prove that he has acting talent, and that he is sane. ....Against his agent and his shrink’s advice he takes work under various disguise as his ex-wife’s pool-man, driver, hairdresser etc....

  • bGone

    bGone Budget: $5M - $10M | Drama A man survives the 9-11 collapse of the twin towers -walking away in a daze. A series of subsequent decisions lead him into a new life.

  • ClubFit-less

    ClubFit-less Comedy Clubfit-less is everything you NEVER wanted your health club to be.

  • Barth

    Barth Budget: $5M - $10M | Drama A sheriff in a nearly abandoned small town, with a legendary mystical lake, tries to solve a crime as he struggles with himself, the disgruntled townspeople, a visiting journalist, and the past, while he tries to replace his deceased brother at work and at home.

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