Scott Rosenberg

Scott Rosenberg (April 24, 1963) is an American screenwriter, producer and actor.

Biography

Born in Needham, Massachusetts in 1963. He attended Boston University, where he graduated as a Bachelor. He received a master’s degree at the University of California. His works as a scriptwriter include Con Air, high fidelity, and 60 seconds. Also involved the adaptation of Philip k. Dick, infiltrated (2004) imposter.

During the production of fake identity in April 2001, Rosenberg was arrested along with actor Vince Vaughn after an incident at a bar in Wilmington, North Carolina. During the incident the actor Steve Buscemi was stabbed in the face, throat and arm.

It was the screenwriter of the Beautiful Girls, movie starring Timothy Hutton, Matt Dillon and Uma Thurman. At that time, Rosenberg is happens to live in Boston, waiting for the Disney decision to use your script Con Air. Commented in an interview: “It was the worst winter history in this small town.” The snow fell, and I was tired of writing these movies about people who shot you and killed. So I said ‘ there is more action in my city with my friends struggling with the fact that can not accept that have 30 or that they cannot commit ‘, everything that was transformed into Beautiful Girls “.”

Filmography

Film

* Fever Pitch (2005)–actor (1980’s Sox player)

* Kangaroo Jack (2003) – writer

* February (2003) – co-producer

* Highway (2002) – writer, producer

* Impostor (2001) (adaptation) – writer

* Gone in Sixty Seconds (2000) – writer, actor (private doctor)

* High Fidelity (2000) – writer

* Me, Myself & Irene (2000) – actor (softball player)

* The General’s Daughter (1999) – actor (MP Guard)

* There’s Something About Mary (1998)–actor (Jailbird)

* Disturbing Behavior (1998) – co-producer, writer

* With Air (1997) – writer, actor (uncredited)

* Beautiful Girls (1996) – associate producer, writer

* Things to do in Denver When You’re Dead (1995) – associate producer, writer

* Firearm (1993) (short film) – Executive producer

* Bimbo Penitentiary (1992) – actor (Dreg)