Barry Scott Net Worth

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Barry Scott’s net worth is estimated at $1 Million – $5 Million.
Barry Scott (William Barry Scott) was born on 27 January, 1955 in Nashville, Tennessee, USA, is an Actor. Find out about the life of this billionaire, including Barry Scott’s net worth, age, family, dating life, salary, and assets.

Popular As William Barry Scott
Occupation actor
Age 65 years old
Zodiac Sign Aquarius
Born 27 January 1955
Birthday 27 January
Birthplace Nashville, Tennessee, USA
Date of death 10 September, 2020
Died Place Nashville, Tennessee, USA
Nationality USA

What is Barry Scott’s net worth?

Barry Scott’s net worth has been growing in 2020-2021.Barry Scott is 65 years old and has a net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.

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Early Life: Source Wikipedia

2004

In 2004, he received rave reviews for his performance in the play Looking Over The President’s Shoulder directed by Emmy Award winning actor Robert Guillaume.

1995

His talents were tapped as Script Consultant in Slam Dunk Ernest (1995) and he was featured in the role of Captain Jackson in The Expert, starring Jeff Speakman. He has performed for the Tennessee Repertory Theatre in many productions including Fences, Macbeth, Othello, Taming of the Shrew, Blood Knot, Man of La Mancha, Camelot, Jesus Christ Superstar, Pirates of Penzance, Evita, Ain’t Misbehavin’, and Big River. Scott has conducted workshops on acting and has received several awards including the Ingram Fellowship Award for Theatre and the Partnership in Access and Appreciation Grant from the Tennessee Arts Commission. He also won the Ralph Edmondson National Award for Play Writing for Lisa’s Story, which he wrote, produced, directed and starred in. Scott is a much-requested motivational speaker, lecturer and orator. His leadership speech Courage To Lead is a regular part of the curriculum at the prestigious Owen School of Management at Vanderbilt University. Scott created the Living With Theatre program, a forum to discuss important social issues with school aged children. He was the moderator for the Let Me Speak and Be Heard program for the Metropolitan Nashville School system. He also wrote and directed the video series, Stones of Promise, an inspirational teaching tool celebrating the black family for United Methodist Communications. He wrote Oh Freedom, a play with music that starred Scott and Grammy award winner Patti Austin along with the Nashville Symphony.

1993

Scott was recognized for his altruistic work by being named Nashvillian of the Year in 1993.

1990

Barry Scott is recognized as one of the most versatile practitioners of his art. He is widely known for his successes as an actor, writer, producer, director, motivational speaker and voice over artist. The founder and producing artistic director of the American Negro Playwright Theatre at Tennessee State University, where his parents and grandparents graduated, Scott has become one of the leading theatre artists in his home town, on top of his impressive acting credits nationwide, including television’s I’ll Fly Away and In the Heat of the Night. He is a member of the Screen Actors Guild, Actor’s Equity Association, American Film Radio & Television Association and serves on the board of the Tennessee Arts Commission. An authority on the life and works of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. , Scott wrote and starred in Ain’t Got Long to Stay Here as a tribute to Dr. King and to teach a generation of students about one of America’s most violent and inspiring times, and the man who literally changed the entire nation. Scott is so convincing in his portrayal of Dr. King, that Coretta Scott King once cornered him between acts of a play to compliment him on his realistic and honest depiction of her late husband. He has performed excerpts of King’s speeches for the Humanitarian Awards Ceremony honoring President Jimmy Carter and was recorded on the March On album benefiting the National Civil Rights Museum. Just a few of the prominent venues in which Scott has recreated Dr. King’s speeches include: the Beacon Theater in New York, the Fox Theater in Atlanta, the Seattle Children’s Theater, the Alabama Shakespeare Festival, the Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, the Boutwell Performing Arts Center in Birmingham, the Dexter Avenue Baptist Church in Montgomery, the National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis, the Masonic Temple in Memphis, the Edmund Pettis Bridge in Selma, and the Actors Theater in Louisville. Scott’s professional work as a writer include the plays Lisa’s Story, Harlem Voices, An American Slavery Play, Stones of Promise, Joyful Noise, When I Grow Up I’m Gonna’ Get Me Some Big Words, Oh Freedom, A Man Named York and The Last Negro. His film and television roles include appearances in I’ll Fly Away and Rescue 911, and a recurring role as a minister in the successful series In the Heat of the Night. Many people recognize him as the disabled Vietnam Veteran in the award winning Travis Tritt music video trilogy, Anymore. Scott also co-starred with Jim Varney in Disney’s Touchstone Pictures comedy film Ernest Goes to Jail (1990).

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