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Scott Caan

Scott Caan, May 2007
Born Scott Andrew Caan
August 23, 1976 (1976-08-23) (age 33)
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Occupation Actor
Years active 1995–present

Scott Andrew Caan (born August 23, 1976) is an American actor, and son of actor James Caan.

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Early life

Caan was born in Los Angeles, California, the son of actor James Caan and Sheila Ryan, an actress and former model.[1] His paternal grandparents were Jewish immigrants from Germany.[2] His parents divorced a year after his birth; he has four half-siblings from his father's other marriages.

Caan was a roadie for the rap groups Cypress Hill and House of Pain, and was a member of the hip-hop group The Whooliganz (with producer and fellow emcee, The Alchemist), before enrolling at the Playhouse West acting school in Los Angeles.

Career

Caan began acting in the late 1990s, appearing in a number of low-budget independent films and low-budget films. His first role in a major film release was that of a Texas football player in the financially successful 1999 film, Varsity Blues. In the same year, he played the role of Drew on the film Saturn, also known as Speed of Life. Caan subsequently appeared in several studio films such as Ready to Rumble (2000) co-starring David Arquette, and American Outlaws (2001), co-starring Colin Farrell, in which Caan played 19th century outlaw Cole Younger. In 2003, Caan made his directorial debut with the film Dallas 362, which won a prize at the 2003 Las Vegas Film Festival.

Subsequently, Caan has appeared in other low-budget independent films, as well as the box office successes Ocean's Eleven, Ocean's Twelve, and Ocean's Thirteen. In 2005, Caan co-starred with actor Paul Walker (with whom he appeared in Varsity Blues) in the action film Into the Blue.

The 2006 comedy The Dog Problem was written and directed by him. He also acts as one of the supporting characters in the film.

In June 2009, Caan signed on to guest star on Entourage as a talent manager Scott Lavin. [3]

Filmography

Year Title Role
1995 A Boy Called Hate Hate
1997 Nowhere Ducky
1997 Bongwater Bobby
1998 Enemy of the State Jones
1999 Varsity Blues Charlie Tweeder
Black and White Scotty
Saturn/Speed of Life Drew
2000 Boiler Room Richie O'Flaherty
Gone in 60 Seconds Tumbler
Ready to Rumble Sean Dawkins
2001 American Outlaws Cole Younger
Novocaine Duane Ivey
Ocean's Eleven Turk Malloy
2003 Dallas 362 Dallas
2004 Ocean's Twelve Turk Malloy
2005 Into the Blue Bryce
2006 Friends with Money Mike
The Dog Problem Casper
Lonely Hearts Detective Reilly
2007 Ocean's Thirteen Turk Malloy
Brooklyn Rules Carmine
2008 Meet Dave Officer Dooley

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