Scott Colomby is a well-known American stage, film, and television actor. Scott Colomby is best known for his roles in films such as “Caddyshack” and “Porky’s.”
|Full Name:||Scott Colomby|
|Born Date:||September 19, 1952|
|Best Match for Marriage:||Taurus, Capricorn|
|Height:||5 feet 7 inches (1.70m)|
|Break Up||(Three) Valerie Bertinelli, Cindy Morgan, and Camille Grammer|
|Net Worth||USD 5 million|
|Eye Color||Light Brown|
|Hair Color||Black and white|
|Birth Place||Brooklyn, New York|
|Education||Immaculate Heart School|
Scott Colomby Biography
Scott Colomby was born on September 19, 1952, in Brooklyn, New York, in the United States. He is 71 years old and has American citizenship as a result of this. Similarly, he is a Christian, and his birth sign at the time of his birth is Virgo.
In terms of his family, he was born to his father, Harry Colomby, and his mother, Lee Colomby. His father was a producer, screenwriter, jazz agent, manager, and school teacher in the United States, and his mother was a stage actress. Scott and his family relocated to Los Angeles when he was in elementary school.
Scott Colomby Education
He attended Beverly Hills High School, where he graduated in 1970. Following that, he enrolled in theatre arts classes at Immaculate Heart School. He enjoyed classic readings while studying here and thus decided to pursue a career in acting.
Scott Colomby Height And Weight
He is 5 feet 7 inches tall, which adds to his body measurements. His other physical statistics, however, are unavailable. His eyes are light brown, and he has black and white hair.
Scott began his acting career at a young age. In 1965, he made his acting debut at the age of 13 on the daytime soap opera “Days of Our Lives.” Similarly, after six years, he appeared in the Canadian film “The Proud Rider” in 1971. He played Marvin in the TV series “Room 222” from 1972 to 1973. Following these appearances, he was cast as a guest star on several TV shows, including Ironside, Phyllis, The Streets of San Francisco, Baretta, Charlie’s Angels, and Black Sheep Squadron name a few.
He had recurring roles on the sitcom Sons & Daughters in 1974 and the soap opera spoof Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman in 1976. Moving on, he co-starred with Ned Beatty in the short-lived comedy Szysznyk and appeared in six episodes of One Day at a Time as Cliff Randall, Barbara Cooper’s crush. Colomby portrayed Tony D’Annunzio, a competitor of his fellow caddy Danny Noonan, in the golf comedy film Caddyshack.
Two years later, he played Brian Schwartz in the sex comedy Porky’s. Despite negative reviews, the film was a huge success in the United States, grossing more than $100 million. Colomby later played the same character in the film’s two less successful sequels, Porky’s II: The Next Day and Porky’s Revenge! Despite the fact that he has continued to act, his appearances have decreased since the 1990s.
In addition, he is a co-founder of Big Elvin & The Professors’ Blues Theater. It is an acting troupe that combines music, comedy, street theater, and performance art.
Scott Colomby’s Net Worth
As a well-known actor, he has undoubtedly amassed a sizable fortune. According to wiki sites, Scott has a net worth of $5 million US dollars as of September 2023.
Scott Colomby Wife, Marriage
Scott has been in romantic relationships with a number of beautiful women throughout his life. His relationship with Valerie Bertinelli was widely publicized because it transformed Bertinelli’s life. The former couple first met at a script reading session for Barbara Plus Two in 1977.
Valerie claims she fell in love with Scott the moment she saw him. Scott, who was twenty-four years old at the time, immediately wowed her. Scott also assisted her in abstaining from drugs. They did, however, split up after a few years.
In 1979, after splitting up with Valerie, he began dating Cindy Morgan. They met during the filming of “Caddyshack.” Their relationship was short-lived, and they split up in 1982. He was also romantically involved with Camille GrammerAugust