"That was you?" Philadelphia-born actor, Scott Gunner, is used to this question. Through his performances, Scott has built a reputation for being able to disappear into roles vastly different from each other. Most recently, he played Lopakhin in Anton Chekhov's The Cherry Orchard. Immediately prior to that, he played Homer Zuckerman and Sheep in a national tour of Charlotte's Web. Additionally, Scott has been seen in theaters across America as a number of diverse characters in other plays and musicals. Some of these theaters include the Elektra Theater, Lancaster Opera House, Cherry Lane Theater, Bagaduce Theatre, Woodstock Playhouse, and the Theater for the New City.

Scott received his B.A. in Theater with a concentration in acting from Temple University. He has also trained in musical theater at Settlement Music School under the Philadelphia Opera Company’s Katherine Mallon-Day, and is a member of Jack Wetherall's Shakespeare Lab in NYC.

Scott currently resides in Brooklyn with his beautiful girlfriend, his energetic puppy, and his sleepy cat. He is excited to continue making art and building relationships with other artists and audiences across the country.

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