Scott Foley

Biography: Born in Kansas City, Kan., Foley relocated often during his childhood due to his father's career in international banking. He lived all over the world, including Sydney, Australia and Tokyo, Japan. Foley attended high school in St. Louis, Mo., performing in school and community theater productions. Ever determined, Foley never wanted to do anything else but act. After graduating high school, he bought a one-way plane ticket to Los Angeles.
Knowing very little about Los Angeles except that The Tonight Show taped in Burbank, he figured that was the place to live. With limited funds, he rented a "sleeping room" and worked constantly, first in insurance and later managing restaurants, while taking acting classes and going to auditions.
In the summer of 1997, Foley landed a theatrical agent and his career skyrocketed. Within one month, he landed a guest-starring role on Dawson's Creek as Cliff, the high school quarterback who successfully challenged Dawson (James Van Der
Born in Kansas City, Kan., Foley relocated often during his childhood due to his father's career in international banking. He lived all over the world, including Sydney, Australia and Tokyo, Japan. Foley attended high school in St. Louis, Mo., performing in school and community theater productions. Ever determined, Foley never wanted to do anything else but act. After graduating high school, he bought a one-way plane ticket to Los Angeles.
Knowing very little about Los Angeles except that The Tonight Show taped in Burbank, he figured that was the place to live. With limited funds, he rented a "sleeping room" and worked constantly, first in insurance and later managing restaurants, while taking acting classes and going to auditions.
In the summer of 1997, Foley landed a theatrical agent and his career skyrocketed. Within one month, he landed a guest-starring role on Dawson's Creek as Cliff, the high school quarterback who successfully challenged Dawson (James Van Der Beek) for Jen's (Michelle Williams) romantic interest. Foley parlayed his one-episode stint into a five-episode arc. His other television credits include The WB's Zoe, Duncan, Jack & Jane and the television movie Crowned and Dangerous.
Foley was married to actress Jennifer Garner who he divorced March 30, 2004.
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Scott Foley's Scores

Average career score: 65
Highest Metascore: 87 Felicity: Season 1
Lowest Metascore: 51 Cougar Town: Season 1
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 6 out of 8
  2. Negative: 0 out of 8
8 tv reviews
Title: Year: Credit: User score:
57 The Goodwin Games: Season 1 May 20, 2013 Henry Goodwin 7.4
51 Cougar Town: Season 1 Sep 23, 2009 Jeff 6.3
63 True Blood: Season 1 Sep 7, 2008 Patrick Devins 8.1
tbd The Unit: Season 2 Sep 19, 2006 Bob Brown 9.0
61 The Unit: Season 1 Mar 7, 2006 Bob Brown / Director 7.3
62 Grey's Anatomy: Season 1 Mar 27, 2005 Henry 8.2
tbd Monk: Season 3 Jun 18, 2004 Director 8.7
tbd Jimmy Kimmel Live: Season 1 Jan 26, 2003 Guest 5.8
tbd Scrubs: Season 2 Sep 26, 2002 Sean Kelly 8.6
tbd Felicity: Season 4 Oct 10, 2001 Noel Crane / Director tbd
79 Scrubs: Season 1 Oct 2, 2001 Sean Kelly 8.7
tbd Felicity: Season 3 Oct 4, 2000 Noel Crane tbd
tbd Felicity: Season 2 Sep 26, 1999 Noel Crane tbd
87 Felicity: Season 1 Sep 29, 1998 Noel Crane 8.1
64 Scandal: Season 1 Apr 5, 2012 Jake Ballard / Jake Ballard 7.0