In 2012, Caan performed at the Falcon Theatre in Los Angeles in “No Way Around But Through,” a play he also wrote. In addition, Caan’s previous play in Los Angeles, “Two Wrongs,” received rave reviews and was published by Dramatists.
Caan’s feature film credits include the “Ocean’s 11” franchise, “American Outlaws,” “Into the Blue,” “Friends with Money,” “Boiler Room,” “Gone in 60 Seconds,” “Enemy of the State,” “Black and White” and “Varsity Blues.” Also, he’s starred in several independent films, including “Bongwater,” “Lunchtime Special,” “Nowhere” and the dark comedy “Novocaine,” opposite Steve Martin and Helena Bonham Carter.
Caan made his directorial debut with the film “Dallas 362,” in which he also starred. After premiering at the Toronto Film Festival, it received the Critics’ Choice Award at CineVegas International Film Festival, and enjoyed a critically acclaimed limited release in 2005. He went on to write, direct and star in the film, “The Dog Problem,” which also received rave reviews at the Toronto Film Festival. In 2011, Caan was seen in “Mercy,” which he also penned and co-produced. “Mercy” screened at several film festivals including CineVegas and The Savannah International Film Festival.
Over the past few years, Scott made memorable appearances as a recurring character on Entourage (2004). Currently, he has a starring role in the remake of the TV series Hawaii Five-0 (2010).
Scott has also established himself as a photographer, having been mentored in the medium by cinematographer Phil Parmet. In 2009, he published his book, Scott Caan Photographs, Vol. 1.