Scoot McNairy is an American Film and Television Actor and Producer. Scoot was born on the 11th of November in the year 1977. He is from Dallas, Texas. His father’s name is Stewart McNairy, and his other’s name is Alicia Ann McNairy. His family had a guest house in Paris, Texas. They would go there on the weekends and holidays to have some fun. His actual name is John Marcus McNair. His dad used to call him a scooter. That made him get his name. Scoot used to act in Theatre Plays after his school time. Scoot had his schooling from Lake Highlands High School. Scoot started his acting career with the film “Wrong Numbers” in 2001. He also worked in a few short films like “Plugged In” (2002), “Silenced” (2003), “White Men in Seminole Flats” (2004), and a few more.
Scoot worked in many films as a Supporting Actor. A few of his films are “Sleepover” (2004), “
Bobby” (2006), “
Monsters” (2010), “The Off Hours” (2011), “
Destroyer” (2018), and many more. Scoot started his debut on TV with the show “Good Girls Don’t…” in 2004 with a small role in a single episode. He later appeared on TV in the shows “
Six Feet Under” (2005), “How I Met Your Mother” (2007), “The Shield” (2008), “Fargo” (2017), and a few more. He had his first lead role in the show “Halt and Catch Fire” (2014-2017). Scoot turned into a Producer with the film “In Search of Midnight Kiss” (2007). He later produced the films “Straight A’s” (2013), “Frank and Cindy” (2014), and a short film named “Please, Alfonso” (2012).