Today we’re talking about Scott Caudill in Saving Grace with Kenny Johnson!

 

Scott Caudill Stars in Saving Grace with Kenny Johnson

Scott Caudill has had the opportunity to star in a number of TV shows – many of which are crime dramas and family dramas. In 2010, Scott was able to add Saving Grace to his portfolio!

“You Think I’m Gonna Eat My Gun?”  was episode seventeen of season three of “Saving Grace” and Scott (credited as Scott Jesic Caudill) played the role of Craig Hoffstodt.

The episode – which featured toward the end of the last season of the show, follows Grace as she is wracked with feelings of guilt after killing a child in a road accident. Meanwhile the team is forced to deal with the beheading of a victim – possibly killed because of his sexual orientation. To cap it all off, the drama only gets worse when Captain Perry mentions that he has an announcement that will surely change life for everyone.

While filming this episode, Scott was fortunate enough to work across from actor Kenny Johnson who plays Ham Dewey – a recurring character throughout the series. Kenny is also known for his roles in shows like S.W.A.T., Bates Motel, Secrets and Lies, Chicago Fire, Covert Affairs, Dexter, Burn Notice, and Sons of Anarchy.

Scott is no stranger to other similar roles either, throughout his career, he has starred in shows like Bones, The Mentalist, Sleeper Cell, Cold Case, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, etc.

Although Scott takes on many of these crime drama roles and loves every one them as an opportunity to display his acting talent and make new friends and mentors along the way, he also thrives in roles that are new to him.

Roles that Scott hasn’t had the opportunity to play yet are always a thrilling concept for him because they give him the opportunity to really flex his acting muscles and broaden his portfolio.

Are You Interested in Booking Scott Caudill, TV Actor?

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

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

Eleven 7 Artist Management
info@eleven7artist.com
424-257-2233
424-257-2244

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

Scooterpagebusiness@gmail.com
323-313-2076

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