Scott Haze

Scott Haze (born in Dallas, Texas) is an American actor, writer and director. He is an alumnus of the Stella Adler Conservatory and Playhouse West, which was founded by Robert Carnegie and Sanford Meisner. In 2006 Haze envisioned, built and founded The Sherry Theater in the North Hollywood Arts District in California, naming the theater after his mother. Plays penned by Haze have included 2006's Devil's Night and 2011's Angel Asylum, both of which he acted in as well as directed. Haze has appeared in television and films. Haze's breakout performance was in his portrayal of Lester Ballard in the adaptation of Cormac McCarthy's Child of God, directed by James Franco.
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  • James Franco Hits AOL Originals by ‘Making a Scene’

    … collaborating with his creative team and fellow actors – including Scott Haze (“Child of God”) and Ahna O'Reilly (“The Help”) – to produce one-of-a-kind re-imaginings of classic big-screen moments. Whether it’s an irreverent twist on genre or a mash-up of two entirely different scenes, the series throws convention out the window and in the end delivers…

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