Scott Klavan appeared on Broadway in Irena’s Vow, with Tovah Feldshuh, reprising his role as Roman from the Off-Broadway run. He also played the title role and did narration for Mechanic to Millionaire: The Peter Cooper Story, about the famed inventor, for the PBS network. A comedy video he shot for Onion News Network,Gorilla Mortality, has been viewed over 4 million times on YouTube. He has performed in Regional Theatre and other Off-Broadway, including two productions of The Joy Luck Club, for Pan Asian Rep. He is a Lifetime Member of The Actors Studio.

In 2014-15, Scott shot a featured role in A Soldier's Notes, an episode of the Web series,Small Miracles, alongside Judd Hirsch. Scott played Capt. Robert Ellicombe in the Civil War story of the origins of the famed military ode, "Taps." For this performance, he was nominated as Outstanding Lead Actor in the LA Web Fest. 

Scott directed My Stubborn Tongue, a solo show written and performed by Anna Fishbeyn, Off-Broadway at New Ohio Theatre, and at United Solo Festival. He is now helping develop and directing a new play, Eleanor And Alice, by Ellen Abrams, about Eleanor Roosevelt and her cousin Alice Longworth, at the FDR Museum and Library in Hyde Park, NY, and The Roosevelt House in NYC. 

In 2019, Scott directed a 60 mins. version of Sondheim/Lapine's classic musical Into The Woods, cast solely with senior actors; it was a pilot production and collaboration between Music Theatre International and Lenox Hill Neighborhood House. The show was visited by Stephen Sondheim and was the subject of a feature in The New York Times.  

Scott wrote and appeared in P.O., (pictured above) a play for the 2010 NY International Fringe Festival. He wrote and appeared inThe Double Murder Plays, a group of one-acts, for the 2007 Fringe Festival. One of the pieces, Double Murder, was published in Best American Short Plays of 2006-7, by Applause Books. 

For over twenty years,Scott was Script Analyst/Consultant for Paul Newman/Joanne Woodward, HBO, CAA, Viacom, and other film and theater companies. He currently teaches numerous arts classes for seniors and teens

You can use this site to see Scott's current activities, a full bio, watch video, get teaching updates and contact information. 


"P.O.", written by and featuring Scott Klavan,
2010 NY International Fringe Festival. w/John Amedro