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Scott Jacoby

Lowest Rated:   80% The Anderson Tapes (1971)
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As a juvenile performer, Scott Jacoby appeared regularly on the ABC daytime drama One Life to Live. Jacoby was 16 when he made his film-starring debut in 1972's Baxter. That same year, he won an Emmy for his performance as Hal Holbrook's estranged son in the made-for-TV That Certain Summer. As he grew into manhood, Jacoby specialized in furtive, squirrelly types, occasionally playing an out-and-out psycho (e.g. the 1974 TV movie Bad Ronald). One of his better screen roles was Mario Podesta, nervous confidante to secretive teenager Jodie Foster, in the cult favorite Little Girl Who Lives Down the Lane (1977). He spent most of his later performing years in such scarefests as To Die For (1989) and its 1991 sequel. Scott Jacoby is the brother of actor Bill Jacoby.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet Rage: 20 Years of Punk Rock West Coast Style
  • Producer
  • Director
2001
No Score Yet Son of Darkness: To Die for II
  • Martin
1991
No Score Yet To Die For (Dracula: The Love Story to Die For)
  • Actor
1989
No Score Yet To Die For
  • Martin Planting
1989
No Score Yet Return to Horror High
  • Josh Forbes
1987
No Score Yet The Supernaturals
  • Pvt. Chris Mendez
1986
No Score Yet Midnight Auto Supply
  • Justin
1978
No Score Yet Smash-Up on Interstate 5
  • Actor
1976
90% The Little Girl Who Lives Down the Lane
  • Mario
1976
No Score Yet Bad Ronald
  • Ronald Wilby
1974
No Score Yet Baxter!
  • Actor
1973
No Score Yet Rivals
  • Jaimie Sutton
1972
No Score Yet No Place to Run
  • Doug
1972
80% The Anderson Tapes
  • Jerry Bingham
1971

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