Scott Wolf is an acclaimed actor of both stage and screen, beloved by audiences for his performances in several landmark television series. A mainstay on television for two decades, he can be seen in the upcoming The CW series “Nancy Drew.” His breakout role came on the award-winning drama “Party of Five” as the fan-favorite Bailey Salinger opposite Matthew Fox, Neve Campbell and Lacey Chabert. He also starred in Greg Berlanti’s critically acclaimed drama “Everwood” alongside Treat Williams, Chris Pratt and Emily Van Camp, and then went on to star in two ABC series “The Nine” and “V” before appearing in a season-long arc on the CBS hit “NCIS.” Wolf then starred for two seasons on TNT’s “Perception” opposite Eric McCormack and Rachael Leigh Cook. He just completed four seasons on the NBC series “The Night Shift” from creators Jeff Judah and Gabe Sachs.
Wolf's diverse screen credits include Emmett’s Mark opposite Gabriel Byrne and Tim Roth, Go with Katie Holmes, The Evening Star opposite Juliette Lewis and Shirley MacLaine, White Squall with Jeff Bridges and Ryan Phillippe, The Volunteer opposite Aunjanue Ellis and Such Good People alongside Michael Urie. Most recently, he headlined the Independent Feature Inside Game opposite Will Sasso and Eric Mabius, which is slated for a November 2019 release.
In addition to his extensive work on screen and TV, Wolf's prestigious stage experience includes the Tony Award-winning Broadway production of Side Man and Lincoln Center’s production of Observe The Sons of Ulster Marching Towards The Somme. Wolf also spent three seasons acting in the prestigious Williamstown Theater Festival.
He currently resides in Park City with his wife Kelley and their three children.