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14 July 2011 @ 12:32 am
Is anyone watching this? Anyone even still on this comm? I caught it by accident last night and was FLABBERGASTED to see Scott in it! He plays the coolest character on the show, naturally! A guy named NICO, he is mysterious, funny, but possibly dangerous! An ex-Navy Seal from Pittsburgh. He knows people, he does things. :)

I really like him. The show is on Wednesdays at 10 pm, and it repeats often. Catch it! Scott is the whole reason I'm watching. :)
 
 
Current Mood: chipperchipper
 
 
03 September 2007 @ 01:21 am


Anyone left here?

I'm reaching out to Scott fans. The site is slowly getting updated, but there have been few posts here this year.

I don't know if this is allowed, but I'm going for broke--

Does anyone know how I might obtain a copy of "KISS MY ACT?" I saw it when it first aired on television, and there has got to be someone out there that has it!

XO
 
 
Current Mood: crazycrazy
 
 
28 May 2007 @ 08:26 pm
I'm sorry if this isn't allowed, let me know if it isn't and I'll delete it.

I have an image of Scott in Gilmore Girls and I was wondering if anyone knew what episode it was from? Thanks in advance :)

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"Scott Cohen has joined the cast of Fox's comedy, The Return of Jezebel James from Regency TV and Amy Sherman-Palladino. It revolves around two estranged sisters who reunite after one of them, Coco, agrees to carry the baby of the other one, Sarah. Cohen will play Marcus, a charming confirmed bachelor whose relationship with Sarah is all about nice dinners, fancy drinks and sex.

No word on a final schedule for either show."

Source: Movieweb
 
 
15 November 2006 @ 12:02 pm
Losing Louie to Close on Broadway 11/26, Two Weeks Early
by Broadway.com Staff

Matthew Arkin & Mark Linn-Baker
in Losing Louie
The Manhattan Theatre Club's Broadway production of Simon Mendes da Costa's Losing Louie will close on November 26 at the Biltmore Theatre. The production, directed by Jerry Zaks, had previously been scheduled to close on December 10. 

Source: Broadway.com
 
 
 
18 September 2006 @ 02:19 pm
"LOSING LOUIE
Matthew Arkin and Scott Cohen star in the U.S. première of Simon Mendes da Costa’s comedy, a portrait of two generations, fifty years apart. Jerry Zaks directs. Previews begin Sept. 21. (Biltmore, 261 W. 47th St. 212-239-6200.)"

Source: The NewYorker
 
 
An excerpt that relates specifically to Scott taken from DVD Times.  Fans of Gilmore Girls, it's worth reading the entire review.

"Additional Scenes
Three deleted scenes. These are presented as a single feature on disc six with no option to view them separately. The first from the episode ‘Love and War and Snow’ is a short scene between Lorelai and love interest Max (Scott Cohen), the second is taken from ‘Forgiveness and Stuff’ and features Lorelai and Emily, and the third has Rory and Emily and was originally part of ‘Emily in Wonderland’. Each is a vaguely touching character moment and it’s easy to understand why it would have hurt the producers to have to lose the scenes but to be honest none of them would have added anything significant so it’s easy to see why they were cut. "
 
 
Manhattan Theatre Club (Lynne Meadow, artistic director; Barry Grove, executive producer) is pleased to announce full casting for the American premiere of Simon Mendes da Costa’s LOSING LOUIE at the Biltmore Theatre. Previews for LOSING LOUIE begin Thursday, September 21 for a Thursday, October 12 opening. 

Four-time Tony Award winner Jerry Zaks will direct the production which will star (in alphabetical order): Matthew Arkin (Reggie), Scott Cohen (Louie), Mark Linn-Baker (Tony), Patricia Kalember (Elizabeth), Michele Pawk (Sheila), Ana Reeder (Bobbie), Jama Williamson (Bella). 

SCOTT COHEN (Louie) will be making his Broadway debut in Losing Louie. Cohen returns to Manhattan Theatre Club after starring in the Off-Broadway production of Warren Leight’s Glimmer, Glimmer and Shine, directed by Evan Yionoulis. He recently starred in the ABC television movie “Fatal Contact: Bird Flu in America.” Other television credits include “Law & Order: Trial By Jury,” “The 10th Kingdom” (NBC), “NYPD Blue,” “Gilmore Girls,” “Gia” (HBO), “Gotti” (HBO), “Perfect Murder-Perfect Town” (CBS), “Law & Order” (NY/LA Trilogy), and Camryn Manheim's “Kiss My Act.” Mr. Cohen's other stage work includes The Big Knife and La Ronde (WTF) both directed by Joanne Woodward, The American Clock (WTF), The Crucible (Roundabout), Jitta's Atonement (BTF), Natural History by Anastasia Traina and Wibbly Wobbly Wiggly Dance by Terrence McNally (Naked Angels). Films include The Mambo Kings, Jacob's Ladder, Private Parts, A Brother's Kiss and Kissing Jessica Stein. 

Taken directly from: BroadwayWorld.com
 
 
24 August 2006 @ 11:37 am
The all new shiny, shiny and succulent as can be, Scott Cohen Live Journal Community.
This community is partner to the Scott Cohen fansite, and all entries are 'fed' to the site using RSS.
Articles using FURL are also spliced into the feed, but will appear on the site only.  The site is still a work in progress, and has only gone live so that viewers can access the news items as they come in.

Cheers all
Illusio