Scott & his Hawaii Five-0 co-stars dressed up yesterday and met the fans on the annual Sunset on the Beach event. I’ve updated the gallery with
a shocking 20 pictures of Scott looking good despite his white on white ensemble.
I’ve updated the gallery with high quality screencaptures of Scott in last week’s episode of Hawaii Five-0.
I’ve updated the gallery with high quality screencaptures of Scott’s guest appearance on HBO’s Vice Principles last week.
as I explained on twitter, it looks like CBS switched episodes 2 & 3 because of the Vegas Shooting episode that happened last week. So episode 8.03 titled “Na La ‘llio” that was supposed to air tomorrow, actually aired last week. So that’s how I’m putting it in the gallery, under 8.03. Enjoy the screencaptures.
Hawaii Five-0 was back yesterday with another explosive episode where the team had to deal with the island being on fire. Scott looked really good and it was great seeing him interacting with the new team member Tani. Head out to the gallery to check out high quality screencapture of the episode.
A couple of days ago, Scott attended the “Wine for Waves” event by A Walk on Water. The event empowers Surf Therapy for children with special needs. Scott is a big supporter of the charity, so if you have a few dollars to spare, make sure to donate through their official website. I’ve updated the gallery with photos of Scott walking the event red carpet.
“I’m a high-school drop-out,” Scott Caan says, laughing all the way from Oahu, Hawaii. The 40-year-old actor and LA native is taking time out of shooting the hit CBS show, Hawaii Five-O. Earlier in the day he visited the beach and squeezed in a session with his jujitsu instructor – as far a high school drop-outs go, he’s not doing too badly. He goes on, “I knew school wasn’t for me. Everybody in high school was thinking about what college they could go to or where to apply…and I was thinking about how not to go to the 11th grade.”
He is of course joking – in reality, Caan grew up in California as the son of the legendary actor James Caan and spent his childhood being immersed in the business of Hollywood. You might recognize him as the brash, blonde quiffed quick talker in Entourage, the crisp Turk Malloy in the Ocean’s 11 series or the slick detective Danny ‘Danno’ Williams in the long running hit Hawaii Five-O. It’s perhaps unsurprising then that he realized at an early age that academia wasn’t for him and there was an option to pursue his passion to be creative. [Source]