Scott Stapp

Scott Stapp

Highest Rated: 52% Halloween H20: 20 Years Later (1998)

Lowest Rated: 52% Halloween H20: 20 Years Later (1998)

Birthday: Aug 08, 1973

Birthplace: Not Available

A charismatic, full-throttle rock singer-songwriter, Scott Stapp achieved fame as the frontman and co-songwriter of Creed. The band, which fused spiritual imagery with soaring arena rock, became one of the most successful of the new millennium with such multi-platinum-selling albums as 1997's My Own Prison, 1999's Human Clay and 2001's Weathered. Their many hits included the No. 1 singles "Higher" and the Grammy-winning "With Arms Wide Open" as well as the Top Five hit "My Sacrifice." Despite their success, the band eventually broke up in 2004. Stapp released his solo debut album in 2005, The Great Divide, and went on to reunite Creed, showcasing a thoughtful take on his career in his 2012 autobiography Sinner's Creed. Although, like many rock stars, his talent, charisma and ego were all larger than life, Scott Stapp wrote and sang immensely moving and memorable anthems that spoke to millions of fans.



No Score Yet 17% 30 Days Until I'm Famous McP (Character) - 2004
52% 49% Halloween H20: 20 Years Later Original Music $55M 1998


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