RANDOLPH SCOTT is a storyteller and internationally released filmmaker.
Created in NY’s big apple, raised escaping alligators in TX swamps, Scott attended CA film schools like UCLA, Columbia, and was awarded entry as 1 of 24 director fellows at AFI, during ascension as a guerrilla filmmaker.
Jack-of-all-trades, in the early nineties, Scott began multi-hyphenate career work in the film industry traversing such eclectic grounds as planting fake palm trees for music video shoots, corralling feature film actors in motorhomes, technical directing live dance shows at abandoned hospitals, acting alongside Robert Downey Jr. in Marvel’s Iron Man, brandishing flintlock guns for Disney in Pirates of the Caribbean: Tales of the Code – Wedlocked, modeling on billboards and in magazines as a rock star for an Intel campaign, photographing stylish models, composing soundtracks featured on Japanese TV, selling feature films and television content to countries around the world, producing big, important commercials featuring kids wearing bunny ears for the Disney Channel, and through his entertainment company, Cyber Scan Films, directing several projects including ボムシェルレイダ, a feature film for the Japanese market which subsequently released in France, Germany, Hong Kong, Thailand, Indonesia, South Africa, Israel, Canada, and the United States.
In addition, Scott provides motion picture and television development services to production companies worldwide for clients and brands such as Marvel Studios, Apple, Funny or Die, Pacific Electric Picture Co, and more.
Scott currently resides in Los Angeles and enjoys writing, photography, and world travel.