Judy Scott

Raised in Denver, Colorado, singer Judy Scott first appeared on television at fifteen and two years later starred in summer stock in SOUTH PACIFIC. An engagement soon followed at New York's famous Copacabana where Jerry Lewis caught her performance and immediately signed her to appear with him at the Sands Hotel in Las Vegas and the Fountainbleau in Miami Beach. Audience response was so great that he then featured her on the next Jerry Lewis television special. Later she toured nightclubs throughout the United States and the world with Bill Jackie Mason and David Brenner. Most recently in Atlantic City Judy appeared with Buddy Hackett at Resorts International and in a revue at Trump Plaza where she earned both standing ovations and a return engagement. Her career also includes television shows with Johnny Carson and Merv Griffin, records for RCA Victor and Decca, and appearances on major cruise lines. In addition to her solo act, Judy produces and performs with a fourteen-piece swing band called Sentimental Journey, which is popular at corporate conventions and special events for seniors. Her next project is an original one-woman show too be presented in theatres and cabarets around the country.

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