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Carey Scott (born 21 June 1965; age 56) is an actor and acting coach who was hired as a voice artist in Star Trek V: The Final Frontier. He recorded some dialogue as a younger Spock, who should be about twenty years old, but the dialogue was not used in the final aired version. Recently (citation needed • edit) he was interviewed for Star Trek: Communicator, although his story was not published. (Source: Carey Scott)
Scott Has appeared in several feature films, including Gimme an "F" (1984), The burbs (1989, with Wendy Schaal and Robert Picardo), Ripper Man (1996, with Charles Napier), The Tiger Woods Story (1998, with John Cho, Albert Hall, and directed by LeVar Burton), Bruce Almighty (2003, with Mark Kiely), and Holyman Undercover (set for 2008).
He has also performed in many television series, such as After MASH (1983), 21, Jump Street (1988), One West Waikiki (1994, with Vaughn Armstrong and Daphne Ashbrook), Renegade (1993-1996, with Branscombe Richmond), Walker, Texas Ranger (2000-2001), and Boston Legal (2007, with William Shatner, Rene Auberjonois, and Ron Ostrow).
Scott had also worked as acting coach and taught at his own acting school, The Rehearsal Room.