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Scott Langdon

Scott Langdon (AEA) is a professional, working actor currently making his living out of NYC and Philadelphia. Scott is a veteran of The Walnut Street Theatre in Philadelphia, where he has been featured in several shows, including most recently, “A Christmas Story,” "I Love a Piano," and "How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying." This Nov-Jan you will be able to see him at The Walnut in "The Wizard of Oz." He has also appeared at The Media Theater as King Arthur in "Spamalot," and alongside Andrea McArdle and Lea DeLaria in the Bucks County Playhouse production of "MAME!” His career has also spanned television and film, having recently starred in the award winning film, “Shadows.” He has taught Acting, Vocal Music and Musical Theater Studies at Rider University and Oklahoma City University, where he, himself, obtained his Master’s Degree while studying under the brilliant Florence Birdwell.