Scott Bailey (actor)

Scott Bailey
Born Scott Michael Bailey
(1978-12-16) December 16, 1978
Florissant, Missouri, U.S.
Years active 1999–present
Spouse(s) Adrienne Frantz (2011–present)
Children 1

Scott Bailey (born December 16, 1978) is an American actor. He is known for playing the character of Sandy Foster on the CBS soap opera Guiding Light and the character of Roman Martin on the MyNetworkTV limited-run serial Saints & Sinners.


Bailey was born in Florissant, Missouri but he has resided in Mt. Vernon, Illinois; Augsburg, Germany; Albuquerque, New Mexico and Los Angeles. He spent seven years of his childhood residing in Europe. Due to having lived in Europe, Bailey is fluent in German, Spanish (and sign language). He has an elder sister, Lisa and his mother worked as an Army nurse for the Government. He earned a degree in mechanical engineering from New Mexico State University where he was a member of the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity and was an ASNMSU (Associated Students of New Mexico State university) senator. Bailey has also worked for the U.S. Department of Energy. Acting was not Scott Bailey's first choice of occupation; it was merely just a hobby. He eventually decided to pursue a career in acting while working on his doctoral degree at UCLA.[1]


Bailey started his acting in Guiding Light (Also known as Guiding Light, also known as GL prior to 1975) in August 2003 as Sandy Foster (and his radio's alter ego "The Mole"), and played the part until March 2006, when he chose not to renew his contract and his character was killed off. He also made a brief appearance on an MTV comedy and drama series Undressed, where he played Stan during the show's third season. He most recently played two roles the CW4Kids series Kamen Rider Dragon Knight; James Trademore a.k.a. JTC, a human villain, and his heroic Ventaran double Price. Both were able to transform into Kamen Rider Strike. He also appeared in a television movie in 2001 called ‘Just Ask My Children”. As well as that, Bailey also starred in an episode of the American television series ‘Chicken Soup for the Soul’ as the character of ‘Mac’. In 2012, Bailey won a Best Supporting Actor award at the Hollywood Reel Independent Film Festival for the character of Kyle in the film Bank Roll.[2]

In 2006, after the completion of his role as Sandy Foster in Guiding Light Scott Bailey made a guest appearance as a prime suspect in a murder case on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit on March 21, 2006.Whilst being a TV soap opera actor Bailey also worked in the film industry with Universal Studios on several action shows including: Terminator 2: 3D and Spiderman. He also starred in several other theatre productions in which he played the lead role including: ‘The Problem’, ‘Zoo Story’ and ‘Key Exchange’. In January 2009 Bailey starred in the film “Prayers for Bobby” alongside co-star Ryan Kelley.[3] Bailey’s character was a homosexual partner.

In 2009 Scott Bailey featured in Old Spice commercials as a half man half horse, centaur figure. This piece attracted a lot of attention towards Bailey since his performance as a homosexual character in the movie ‘Prayers for Bobby (2009)[4]”.

Alongside acting Bailey has also done voice overs for commercials, TV narrations and Documentary narrations. In the past Bailey has represented DPN (Danis, Panaro, Nist) Talent Agency as a Voice Over Artist. Bailey also made an appearance for the Covergirl[5] Magazine promotional tour. Behind the camera Scott Bailey has worked with a number of charities as well as hosting several of their charity events. His other hosting positions include segments of home improvement shows, science and engineering shows and environmental segments.

Personal Life

In January 2010 it was announced that Bailey was engaged to Adrienne Frantz.[6] The two married on November 11, 2011 in California. [7] In June 2015, Frantz announced that she and Bailey are expecting a baby girl.[8] The couple's first child, Amélie Irene Bailey, was born December 1, 2015. One of Bailey's hobbies include travelling and exploring and quite a few of his travel journals have been published such as his visit to Jamaica and Exuma. In these journals he shared his dining and leisure experiences.

Television filmography


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