Randolph Scott is an internationally released storyteller. Created in NY’s big apple, he was raised escaping alligators in TX bayous. After relocating to Hollywood, CA Scott attended film schools like UCLA, Columbia, and was awarded entry to AFI as a director fellow during ascension as a filmmaker. Jack-of-all-trades, in the early nineties Scott began multi-hyphenate career work in the entertainment industry filling a variety of crew positions on TV series, music videos, live dance shows, commercials, industrials, & print shoots. He went on to work in international distribution where he oversaw marketing, sales, & servicing of feature film and TV titles licensed to worldwide buyers. Returning to production, Scott served as an assistant director on independent films. During this time he also branched into acting. Scott found himself acting opposite Robert Downey Jr. as an Insurgent in Marvel’s Iron Man, brandishing flintlock guns for Disney in Pirates of the Caribbean Tales of the Code Wedlocked, braving jungles as a rebel in History’s The True Story of Che Guevara, and playing an extremist warrior in feature film Road to Marrakesh. He was also featured as a rock star on billboards and magazines for Intel’s “Sponsors of Tomorrow” national print campaign. Scott then directed and produced projects for clients like the Disney Channel, Discovery Home, and the Food Network. Under his production company Cyber-Scan Films, Scott directed, produced, and wrote several projects including ボムシェルレイダ- (Bombshell Raider) a feature film for the Japanese market, which released worldwide including in France, Germany, Hong Kong, Thailand, Indonesia, South Africa, Israel, Canada, and the United States. Scott also composed the film’s soundtrack, which was released in both physical and digital formats. Additionally, Scott steadily develops feature films, TV series, and commercials for production companies worldwide featuring brands like Apple and Marvel. As a director and writer Scott is known for world building and creating visually immersive stories often featuring minority and/or female leads.