Scott Foley Biography
Scott Foley was born in Kansas City, Kansas, the United States as Scott Kellerman Foley. He is an American actor, director, and screenwriter. Scott is well known featuring in several television shows such as The Unit, Felicity, Scandal, Scream 3, Dawson’s Creek, Scrubs, House, and True Blood.
Scott Foley Age
Scott Kellerman Foley was born on July 15, 1972, in Kansas City, Kansas, U.S. He is 47 years old as of 2019.
Scott Foley Family
Foley was born in Kansas City, Kansas, the first son of Connie and Hugh Foley an international banker. He lost his mother of Ovarian Cancer when still a young boy. He spent his childhood in Japan and Australia. Foley descents from Northern European: English, German, Irish and Scottish. He has an elder brother by the name Sean Foley.
Scott Foley Wife
The Felicity star met and got engaged to Marika Dominczyk, an actress in 2006 later in 2007 the two got married in a private wedding ceremony in Hawaii. The couples have three children: daughter Malina, sons Keller, and Konrad.
Foley was previously married to actress Jennifer Garner on October 19, 2000. The two met as Garner guest-starred on Felicity. The two later separated in March 2003 and later divorced in May 2003.
Scott Foley Brother
He has an elder brother by the name Sean Foley, born: November 13, 1976 (age 42 years), United States of America. Scott Foley used his elder brother Sean’s experience as a Head Resident of a dorm during college as inspiration for his role on Felicity (1998).
Scott Foley Height
The scandal star stands at 1.85 m tall.
Scott Foley Career
Foley’s first appearance role was playing Noel Crane on Felicity. Foley also had recurring guest appearances on Scrubs as Elliot Reid’s boyfriend, Sean Kelly, and on Dawson’s Creek as Cliff.
Foley was nominated for a Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie Villain for his role in Scream 3. Apart from acting, Foley directed one episode of Felicity (called “The Graduate”), one episode of Monk, called Mr. Monk and the Employee of the Month, in season 3, and three episodes of Scandal. In addition, he had a starring role as Sergeant First Class Bob Brown in the CBS military drama The Unit, during its four-season run, and directed one episode. He guest-starred as a drug-addicted baseball pitcher on House. He also produced the sitcom A.U.S.A., on which he appeared.
Foley featured in three episodes of ABC’s comedy Cougar Town. He signed on to play a businessman being shown houses by the show’s resident real estate agent, Jules, played by Courteney Cox, reuniting with her nine years after Scream 3. Foley appeared as a guest star on the second season of her hit show Scandal as Captain Jake Ballard. Later in the year, he was added as a regular to the cast. Foley is set to portray the lead character in ABC’s upcoming drama Whiskey Cavalier, which has been ordered to pilot for the 2018-19 season.
Foley made his feature film writing and directing debut in 2013 with Let’s Kill Ward’s Wife. Foley’s wife, Marika Domińczyk, and his brother-in-law Patrick Wilson star in the film, along with Donald Faison, Amy Acker, and Nicollette Sheridan.
Scott Foley Net Worth
Scott has an estimated net worth of $5. million dollars.
Scott Foley New Show | Scott Foley New TV Show
Whiskey Cavalier, n upcoming American drama television series. Which is set to premiere on February 24, 2019.
Scott Foley Scandal
He featured as a guest star and portrayed Captain Jake Ballard in the series the scandal. An American political thriller television series
Scott Foley True Blood
Scott guest starred in the TV series True Blood and played the role of Patrick Devin’s. The Blood is an American dark fantasy horror television series.
Scott Foley Scrubs
Foley has appeared as a guest star and played the role of Elliot Reid’s boyfriend, as Sean Kelly. The Scrub is an American medical comedy-drama television series
Scott Foley Felicity
He directed one episode of Felicity, and also portrayed Noel Crane. Felicity is an American drama television series.
Scott Foley Scream 3
Scott portrayed Roman Bridger in the film Scream 3, which was nominated for a Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie Villain.
Scott Foley TV Shows
2019 Whiskey Cavalier
2017 Final Vision
2016 Goldie & Bear
2014 Let’s Kill Ward’s Wife
2014 Mr. Maple Leaf
2013 The Goodwin Games
2011 The Doctor David TV film
2011–2012 True Blood
2010 True Blue
2010 Open Books
2010–2012 Grey’s Anatomy
2009 The Last Templar
2009 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
2009–2010 Cougar Town
2006 Firestorm: Last Stand at Yellowstone
2006–2009 The Unit
2004 Jack & Bobby
2002 Girls Club
2001 Stealing Time
2000 Scream 3
2000 Self Storage
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Spy series ‘Whiskey Cavalier’ is slick, silly and nothing new
Published: February 19, 2019 | 6:22pm
You know a show is desperate to get your attention when the climax of the pilot episode involves an exploding tampon.
Welcome to the silly world of “Whiskey Cavalier.” This ABC midseason replacement combines the kind of slick, formulaic plotting favored by this network since the era of “Hart to Hart” with the stylish international intrigue made popular by the trendy BBC series “Killing Eve.”
With locations in Paris and Prague, the backdrops almost camouflage the corny setup. Take one weepy FBI agent, Will Chase, aka Whiskey Cavalier (Scott Foley, “Scandal”), who’s holed up in his Parisian pad with the usual overdressed set of food containers and empty cans because his girlfriend dumped him. Send him on a mission to stop a rogue Centers for Disease Control employee from wiping out “half of Europe” with a vial of “weaponized Ebola.” Introduce a female CIA agent with a male name, Frankie Trowbridge (Lauren Cohan), who’s there to keep Will — or do we call him “Whiskey”? — from becoming too much of a softie. With the “highest killer capture ratio of anybody at the CIA,” she’s the head to his heart. He reels in the villains with his people skills; she trounces them at the end with her indifference to human beings. But their dynamic works both ways. When she takes a bullet (before the tampon explodes), he plays doctor. His touch is so soothing she only screams once when he digs out the bullet.
Before you can say “sexual tension,” a series is born. “Whiskey Cavalier” has some problems with its tone. The caper part of the show is essentially lighthearted, with plenty of wisecracking from Foley and Cohan, who probably joined this show to get a break from the zombies on her last show, AMC’s “The Walking Dead” (she played Maggie) — but the violence here is also frequent and graphics. Viewers ready for a romp might be put off by the nonstop gunfire. Viewers who have embraced more sophisticated fare online and on the cable will find themselves bored.
There’s nothing wrong with the casting but there’s nothing dynamic about it, either. It’s a hodgepodge of former supporting ABC actors. Foley, aptly described in the script as a “boy scout,” is joined by fellow “Scandal” survivor Bellamy Young as the wife of the Episode 2 villain; “Ugly Betty” veteran Ana Ortiz as Will’s friend at the bureau; and “Quantico” actor Josh Hopkins as another FBI agent who has Will convinced that they’re friends.
“Whiskey Cavalier” may use terms like “retinal scans” in its storylines in order to sound like the espionage dialogue is up to date, but make no mistake: you’ve seen this show a dozen times before.nOnnetwork TV, that’s not usually a problem — but this show may have trouble going beyond the 13 episodes scheduled to air on ABC.