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Posted by Alex O’Loughlin An Intense Study on Wednesday, September 2, 2015
In addition to our new amazing layout, I’ve been trying to make some last minute additions to the site gallery as it’s long overdue. We’d like to send a huge shout out to Rose, the owner of the now deleted, Desire Scott Caan, for donating so many scans of old publications with Scott:
On August 23, 2014 Scott Caan Web first opened it’s doors to all you amazing viewers and here we are one year later! We want to thank each and everyone of you for all the support you’ve given us.
Today also happens to be Scott Caan‘s 39th birthday, Scott Caan Web would like to wish him a happy birthday spent with family & friends, hoping for bigger and more successful years to come!
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Thanks again for visiting the site and a special thanks for my friend Nicole for the new site layout to celebrate the site’s birthday.
The LA Times did a little feature on Scott that was released yesterday with a couple of new photos. Here’s an excerpt of the feature:
The playwright Scott Caan — yes, the same square-jawed Scott Caan who has appeared in Steven Soderbergh’s “Ocean’s Eleven” franchise and was nominated for a Golden Globe for his portrayal of Danny “Danno” Williams on CBS’ “Hawaii Five-0” — doesn’t know from hiatus. While his hit TV show is on summer break, the 38-year-old actor-writer-producer-director-photographer is starring in his newest self-penned stage comedy, “The Trouble We Come From.” Last year, the prolific author released “Vanity,” his second volume of photographs. This fall he’ll release “The Performance of Heartbreak,” a collection of his 10 one-act plays, through Rare Bird Books. [more at source]
And you can check out the photos that accompanied the article by clicking on the preview below:
Scott Caan has written a very witty and smart script in his world premiere of The Trouble We Come From. Playwright Charlie not only has visions of, but actual stalkings by past girlfriends on his play’s opening night while his now pregnant lover’s out of town in Detroit. Charlie, oh-so-comfortably inhabited by Michael Weston, has invited his leading man and best friend Vince home for some mano-to-mano advice to help him out of his relationship dilemma. Caan’s Vince’s perfectly charismatic and charming as the all-bravado-on-the-outside, but sensitive- on-the-inside hunky leading man. Both Caan and Weston master their intricate, verbose dialogue. [More at Source]
What made you decide to go into acting?
I never wanted to be an actor when I was younger. I was into music in high school and one of my aunts was a talent manager. A director (Mitch Marcus) saw my band [rap duo “The Whooliganz”]while on the [1993 Soul Assassins Tour] with Cypress Hill, got in touch with her and asked if I was interested in auditioning for his movie. At first I wasn’t but then I read the script and thought this could be interesting; first script I ever read. I was 17 and wound up getting the part. When I got on the set I immediately knew this is what I wanted to do. I didn’t know if I wanted to be a writer, director, grip or an actor; I just knew I was in the right company, a group of people who didn’t want to go to school yet collectively make something awesome.
Why study at Playhouse West?
I was always taught as a kid: if you want to do something be the best at it, don’t just show up. It was also instilled in me from playing sports growing up and my old man always told me there is no reason to do something unless you are going to be really good at it. My mother was a member of the Playhouse West, so at that time, as far as studying, that was my only option. I am still a member over there. [More at Source]
Not that it’s autobiographical, but Scott Caan’s new play, The Trouble We Come From, focuses on a guy at a crossroads when he finds out his girlfriend is pregnant. Never mind that Caan himself received the news from girlfriend Kacy Byxbee some time in late 2013, and was blessed with baby Josie James last July. Lest you confuse him with the play’s protagonist, Charlie, who can’t decide between committing to parenthood or playing the field, the Hawaii Five-O star was overjoyed to learn he was going to be a father.
“It’s one thing to have a girlfriend, it’s one thing to be married, it’s another thing to say ‘Let’s have this child together,’” Caan tells The Hollywood Reporter. “It no longer is about your feelings. We’re going to commit to each other. I don’t even think I’ll ever be married. But having a kid with this woman I’m with is stronger than any piece of paper or ring I can get.”
At Burbank’s Falcon Theatre through July 12, The Trouble We Come From began as a play with 11 interwoven characters, including actors playing past selves in flashback. Caan presented the play to the Falcon’s Kathleen Marshall LaGambina (Garry Marshall’s daughter), who showed it to Broadway director Matt August (Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas), who suggested paring it down to three characters.
“I said: ‘You’re completely out of your mind,’” laughs Caan. “I did a workshop with this guy and he really kind of showed me where the play was.” Not that Caan needed the guidance. This is his second play for the Falcon, and he’s written another half dozen or more for Playhouse West. [More at Source]