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  • Date of birth : 03/1958



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Scott Valentine (1958)

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Scott Eugene Valentine is an American actor.


 life and career
Valentine was born in Saratoga Springs, New York, the son of Beverly Ann (née Hanna) and Edward Eugene Valentine. He began to pursue acting one year into his college education, attending the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York. He completed the three-year program in one and a half years.

Valentine had gotten as far as a screen test for the 1981 film The Lords of Discipline, when he was hit by a truck and his career was halted for three years as he recovered. He moved to Los Angeles and landed the role of Nick Moore on the TV series Family Ties. This led to a pilot episode for a spin-off titled The Art of Being Nick; the episode was aired one time. He has appeared since then as a guest actor in several hit television series such as CSI: NY, NewsRadio, and JAG, his first major motion picture, My Demon Lover and numerous made-for-TV and straight-to-video movies. He also voiced The Phantom in Phantom 2040.

He portrayed Metallo in an episode of Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman TV series.

Valentine married 29 September 1985 in Los Angeles, California, to actress Kym Denyse Stephenson and they have one son Trevin John Valentine born 8 May 1986 in Los Angeles, California.

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