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Scott Barton, a man who is wearing a black V neck t-shirt. The picture has a dark brown back drop. He is smiling slightly.

Scott Barton played Julian Farrar in Theater Breaking Through Barriers’ production of Agatha Christie’s The Unexpected Guest. He played Ken Talley, Jr. in Lanford Wilson's Fifth of July for the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. He appeared as the Vagrant in the York Theatre Company's production of The Cherry Orchard. He was a member of the ensemble in Still Standing at Primary Stages and Don't Tell Mama. He toured Europe with the International Theatre of Vienna, Austria, playing the Gentleman Caller in The Glass Menagerie, and Slim in Of Mice and Men. For Theatre In Motion, he took part in residencies and workshops raising disability awareness for New York City schoolchildren. He earned a BFA and an MA from NYU, where he studied with Stella Adler and Mario Siletti, and trained at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts. Other credits: Title role in Hamlet, Mark Antony in Julius Caesar, Friar Laurence in Romeo and Juliet, Valere in Tartuffe, Aramis in The Three Musketeers (National Theatre of the Performing Arts); Sam Craig in Our Town, Servilius in Timon of Athens (New Jersey Shakespeare Festival); Touchstone in Eastward Ho! (1010 Players); Joey Keyston in Butley (Jersey City Actors' Workshop); Otto Frank in The Diary of Anne Frank, Cromwell in Anne of the Thousand Days, George Gibbs in Our Town, Proteus in Two Gentlemen of Verona (Heritage Playhouse); Roman Citizen in Julius Caesar (Brooklyn Academy of Music). Film: Union, written and directed by Julia Myers