Actor Scott Wolf makes a welcome return to series television by joining the cast of the critically acclaimed drama "Everwood" as Dr. Jake Hartman.
Wolf's most recent television appearances include "Spin City," as a love interest to Heather Locklear's character, and the ABC Family original movie "Picking Up and Dropping Off," as a weatherman trying to recover from a painful divorce while reestablishing a relationship with his son.
In his role as Bailey Salinger on the long-running series "Party of Five," Wolf completed six consecutive seasons, earning him accolades from critics and fans alike.
Born and raised in New Jersey, Wolf was an athlete in love with the movies who dreamed of acting but never dared to consider it as a possible career. An old friend of his father, a former actor, said that while he wouldn't wish an acting career on his worst enemy, he encouraged Wolf to explore the profession of acting as a career. After finishing school, Wolf enrolled at HB Studio in New York and decided to make the move to Hollywood.
Wolf landed the first job he ever auditioned for and has continued to work steadily, transitioning from commercials to guest spots on various television shows, including a recurring role on the series "Evening Shade."
Wolf's feature credits include "Killing Emmett Young," "Go," "The Evening Star" (the sequel to "Terms of Endearment," opposite Juliette Lewis and Shirley McClaine), "White Squall" and "Double Dragon."
Most recent stage credits include the Huntington Theatre Company's production of "Observe the Sons of Ulster Marching Towards the Somme," at the Wilber Theatre in Boston, A. R. Gurney's "Far East," at the Williamstown Theater, and the Broadway production of "Side Man."
Wolf currently resides in Utah with his wife during the filming of "Everwood." During his limited free time, you can find him on the golf course or in the hockey rink.
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