Praised as "one of the brightest up-and-coming young comics in the nation," Gary Scott has made his presence known in the New York City comedy scene. He can be seen at local clubs including Carolines, Gotham Comedy Club, Stand-Up NY and Broadway Comedy Club. Additionally, Gary Scott can be seen at auditoriums and venues all over the country.
Scott's discussion of somewhat inappropriate, yet relatable material leaves audiences laughing and reflecting upon their own lives. Topics from pubic hairstyling habits of different generations to social anxiety to family values - Gary's brand of humor appeals to audiences of all types.
Credits include various roles in films produced by Pelham Parkway Productions and Bandit Entertainment. Unrepresented, and a known "whore for money," Gary Scott has appeared in various other projects.
Raised right outside of Manhattan, the comic began his career at age 19 when answering an ad that asked, "Do You Say Funny Shit?" Launching his on-stage persona at Cornell University, Gary Scott brought it back to the city and began his career with as many shows as he could.
Currently living in New York City, he continues to develop new comedy material and work with other new comics.