Scott Record

Scott Record wears many more hats than just that of comedy impressionist; his varied interests as a child, no doubt, contributed heavily to his broad spectrum of talents. From an early age, Scott was involved with music, tap dancing, magic, acting, and sports. He was involved with the Boston Children's Theatre, starring in and directing many productions. In 1989, he was seen acting in "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest," playing Randall P. MacMurphy. A musical background has aided Scott greatly in his portrayal of singing greats. He has studied percussion extensively; to this day Scott continues to keep up on piano, flute, and other instruments.

After watching celebrity names revolve weekly on the marquis of Dangerfield's, Scott decided to try his act there on a Monday. Rodney liked him and took Scott on the road for a year as his opening act. Scott then worked with Joan Rivers, Ann-Margret, Carol Channing, Bob Hope, Frank Sinatra, Robert Goulet, Al Martino, Dinah Shore, The Temptations, Carol Lawrence, Bobby Vinton, Louie Anderson, Huey Lewis and the News, Crystal Gayle, Tom Jones, Julio Iglesias, Perry Como, Tony Bennett, the Gatlin Bros., Anthony Newley, and many, many more. His career has taken him to stages all over the world. Scott is a favorite performer on the Queen Elizabeth II for Cunard and The Sovereign of the Seas for Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines. He can also be seen in Las Vegas, Lake Tahoe, and regularly in Atlantic City, where he was voted Best Variety Act of the Year for the 1989 season by Atlantic City magazine.

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