Scott Colomby is a popular American television actor, film actor, and stage actor. Scott Colomby is best known for his roles in popular films like Caddyshack and Porky’s.
Early Life and Childhood
Scott Colomby was born on September 19, 1952 and his birth took place in Brooklyn, New York, USA. With this. he is 69 years old and holds American citizenship. Likewise, he is a follower of the Christian religion and his birth sign as of his date of birth is Virgo.
Moving on to his family members, he was born to his father Harry Colomby and mother Lee Colomby. His father was an American producer, screenwriter, jazz agent, manager and school teacher while his mother is a stage actress. Scott moved to Los Angeles with his family when he was in elementary school.
There he attended Beverly Hills High School and graduated in 1970. He then joined the Immaculate Heart School to take drama classes. While studying here, he enjoyed classical readings and therefore thought of pursuing a career in acting.
working life and career
Scott began his acting career at a young age. He made his acting debut at the age of 13 with a performance on the daytime soap opera Days of Our Lives in 1965. He also appeared in the Canadian film The Proud Rider in 1971 after 6 years. From 1972 to 1973 he starred in the television series Room 222 as Marvin. Following these appearances, he was cast to guest star in a number of TV episodes including Ironside, Phyllis, The Streets of San Francisco, Baretta, Charlie’s Angels and Black Sheep Squadron to name a few.
In 1974 he had recurring roles on the sitcom Sons & Daughters and in 1976 he had recurring roles on the soap opera spoof Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman. He then co-starred with Ned Beatty in the short-lived comedy Szysznyk and played Cliff Randall, Barbara Cooper’s crush, in six episodes of One Day at a Time. In the golf comedy Caddyshack, Colomby played Tony D’Annunzio, a competitor to fellow caddy Danny Noonan.
Two years later he played Brian Schwartz in the sex comedy Porky’s. Despite unfavorable reviews, the film was a huge hit in the United States, grossing more than $100 million. Colomby later reprized his role in the film’s two less successful sequels, Porky’s II: The Next Day and Porky’s Revenge!. Although he continues to act, his appearances have declined since the 1990s.
He is also a co-founder of Big Elvin & The Professors’ Blues Theatre. It is a drama group that offers a mix of music, humor, street theater and performance arts.
As a celebrated actor, he’s obviously made quite a bit of money. Of the wiki sites, Scott is currently enjoying one net worth of $5 million.
Regarding his personal life, Scott has been in romantic relationships with many beautiful women throughout his life. His relationship with Valerie Bertinelli was very popular as it changed Bertinelli’s life. The former couple first met in 1977 at a Barbara Plus Two script reading.
According to Valerie, she fell in love with Scott the moment she saw him. Scott, who was 24 at the time, captivated her immediately. Also, Scott helped her get off drugs. However, they broke up after a few years.
After breaking up with Valerie, he began dating Cindy Morgan in 1979. They met while filming Caddyshack. Their relationship could not last long and they separated in 1982. He also dated Camille Grammer.
Body Measurements and Social Media
He’s improving his body measurements 5 feet 7 inches high. However, his other physical stats are unavailable. He has light brown eyes and black and white hair. Regarding his availability on social media, we could not find his actual profiles.