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Scott Colomby

Scott Colomby

Scott Colomby

Scott Colomby

Scott Colomby, Managing Director of Zeno Group, is a seasoned entrepreneur and leading support service provider for entrepreneurs that are looking for advice and guidance on startups or scaling up their existing venture.

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Colomby was born in Brooklyn, New York on September 19, 1952. His father, Harry, is a jazz agent, manager, and school teacher; and his mother, Lee, is a stage actress. While in grade school, his family moved from Brooklyn to Los Angeles. Colomby attended Beverly Hills High School and graduated in 1970. He attended classes for theatre arts at the Immaculate Heart school, where he enjoyed classic readings and decided to make acting his career.

Scott Colomby was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. He had a part on the television special "Sister Terri" (ABC, 1977-78). He also starred in the TV movies "Can Ellen Be Saved?" (1973-74), "Outrage!" (ABC, 1973-74) and "Senior Year" (CBS, 1973-74). He worked in television in his early acting career as well, including parts on "Sons and Daughters" (1974-75), "One Day At A Time" (CBS, 1975-1984) and "Szysznyk" (CBS, 1976-78). He next focused his entertainment career on film, appearing in the comedic sports movie "Caddyshack" (1980) with Chevy Chase, the Dan Monahan comedy "Porky's" (1981) and "Porky's II: The Next Day" (1983) with Dan Monahan. He also appeared in the Dan Monahan comedy "Porky's Revenge" (1985). He also starred in the TV movies "Are You in the House Alone?" (CBS, 1978-79) and "Angel on My Shoulder" (ABC, 1979-1980). In the eighties and the nineties, he then appeared in "Quiet Days in Hollywood" (1995) with Peter Dobson and the Michael Keaton action flick "Desperate Measures" (1998). Additionally, he appeared on the television special "The Knife & Gun Club" (ABC, 1989-1990). He also worked in television during these years, including roles in "Walker, Texas Ranger" (CBS, 1992-2001) and "Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman" (1993-97). Colomby most recently worked on "Jack Frost" (1998). (Source: www.rottentomatoes.com)

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Sometimes it’s fun to wonder what happens to the actors we enjoyed watching back in the day, but sometimes when we find out it can be kind of disappointing. In this case, though it’s a nice surprise to see that Scott has had such a diverse career. Quite a few actors from more than a decade ago tend to be forgotten or lost to time due to the fact that a lot of them either don’t find that many roles moving forward or they almost disappear as they continue to act but in low-budget movies and shows that don’t get a whole lot of attention. Scott was actually in on the daytime soap opera scene for a while and it’s kind of obvious that he was something of a popular guy for a while since he did have the look of someone that would be considered for various roles back in the day because he had the kind of attitude and appearance that made it clear that he wasn’t exactly a leading man but could be depended on for a number of roles that would allow him to expand a bit and take on a very distinct persona that would allow him to stand out.

Tony D’Annunzio was one of those since despite being a supporting actor in Caddyshack and something of a pain in the backside at times he was still an important character since he gave Danny Noonan someone to work against. He was kind of a jerk since he had a definite attitude to him but he was still someone that fit perfectly into the movie since he was in good shape, knew he was good-looking and was pretty confident about himself unlike the slightly goofy Danny Noonan, who still a lot of self-confidence but tended to need the approval of others a lot more than Tony did. Tony is that type of guy that might not be the biggest and baddest guy around, but he’s ready to throw down against someone he figures he can beat, and he’s also someone that considers himself a ladies man considering how he pushed upon Lacey in the movie, which she allowed no doubt since she wasn’t known for being too modest. The thing about Tony was that deep down he was a good guy, but he had a fiery temper that managed to put him at odds with people now and then. As characters go though he was kind of fun to watch, especially since when it came to the rivalry between him and Danny Noonan it was made clear that it wasn’t an all the time thing, but that he didn’t mind giving Noonan a piece of his mind now and then. (Source: tvovermind.com)

 

 

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