National Lampoons Endless Bummer AKA National Lampoon Presents Endless Bummer released in 2009 is a comedy featuring Scott Caudill AKA Scooter Page alongside Allison Scagliotti & Jeff Staron.

National Lampoons Endless Bummer Featuring Scott Caudill

National Lampoons Endless Bummer released in 2009 and is directed by Sam Pillsbury. Among the cast of the movie are Allison Scagliotti, Jeff Staron, Jim Piddock, Ray Santiago, Khan Chittenden,  Vanessa Angel, Colton James, and, of course, Scott Caudill!

Decided to check out the movie and wondering where Scott is? You’ll find him playing “creepy guy #1” – what a title! But as always, Scott nailed the role showing just how versatile he can be as an actor! \

This “raunchy” comedy opens in Ventura, California and follows the story of JD whose surfboard is stolen by a Los Angeles surfer. JD gets his friends together and invites the local surf hero, Mike Mooney, and they all head to Los Angeles to get back JD’s surfboard! The group leaves the party life on the beaches and the beer and bikinis and set out to retrieve the surfboard, when they wind up in the San Fernando valley.

If you’re a big Joan Jett fan, you’ll also spot this musical legend in the movie as she plays the role of “Mystical Dell” who guides the group in their hunt for the surfboard thief!

Scott’s role in National Lampoon Presents Endless Bummer is one of the only comedy movie roles he has played to date. Working under a new management company, however, Scott hopes to have the opportunity to act in plenty more roles in every niche! There really is no limit when it comes to Scott’s versatility and willingness to step outside of his comfort zone to bring any role to life!

Are You Interested in Booking Scott Caudill?

If you’re interested in booking either of Scott’s personalities for your upcoming production, he can be contacted directly through his agents as noted below.

For his acting roles, Scott Caudill is represented by Eleven 7 Artist Management.

Eleven 7 Artist Management

For his singing and songwriting work, Scooter Page can be contacted directly

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