Scott Lavin

played by Scott Caan


With an innate talent, Scott Caan is a triple threat and one of Hollywood's most promising stars. He has starred in numerous major motion pictures, written, directed and starred in several plays, both of which have received acclaim from critics and industry peers alike. Appearing in a handful of independent films and major motion pictures, Caan has emerged as one of Hollywood's most gifted and diverse talents.

Caan recently signed on to star as a series regular in the seventh season the hit HBO series "Entourage," which is set to premiere June 27th. He is also set to play Danny "Danno" Williams on CBS' updated show based on "Hawaii Five -O" alongside Daniel Dae Kim and Alex O'Loughlin.

Caan was last seen in the Patrick Hoelck directed IFC film MERCY which Caan also penned and co-produced. He starred alongside Whitney Able, Bre Blaire, John Boyd and Dorian Brown. In addition, Caan recently penned Two Wrongs, directed by Missy Yager and produced by Mike O'Malley, which opened in Los Angeles to rave reviews.

Caan starred in Steven Soderbergh's OCEAN'S 13 reprising his role as the wisecracking but loveable, Turk Malloy. As with OCEAN'S 11 (2001) and OCEAN'S 12 (2004) Caan stars alongside George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Matt Damon, Julia Roberts and his longtime pal Casey Affleck. 

Caan directed his original screenplay THE DOG PROBLEM produced by Thousand Words Production/Finance Company. Caan wore three hats as writer, director, and co-star of the film, which boasts an all-star cast headed by Giovanni Ribisi, Lynn Collins, Mena Suvari, Kevin Corrigan, and an appearance by Don Cheadle. THE DOG PROBLEM premiered to rave reviews at the 2006 Toronto Film Festival.

Caan also directed and starred in DALLAS 362. DALLAS 362 is a story about Rusty (Shawn Hatosy) a young man who starts to pursue a path to a more meaningful life, thanks to his connection to Bob (Jeff Goldblum), the boyfriend of his mother, Mary (Kelly Lynch). Rusty's new take on life causes friction with his best friend, Dallas (Caan), and both men find their friendship pushed to its breaking point, causing them to make life-changing decisions. This film was Caan's directorial debut, and after premiering at the Toronto Film Festival, it received the Critics Choice Award at CineVegas International Film Festival, and enjoyed a critically acclaimed limited release with Think Films in 2005.

Caan was seen in the romantic comedy FRIENDS WITH MONEY co-starring Jennifer Aniston. He also co-starred in the blockbuster INTO THE BLUE starring alongside Paul Walker, Jessica Alba and Ashley Scott. 

Caan starred in AMERICAN OUTLAWS opposite Colin Farrell and co-starred opposite Steve Martin and Helena Bonham Carter in the dark comedy NOVOCAINE.

Caan wrote, starred and co-directed a play in the fall of 2001 at LA's Playhouse West called Almost Love, a comedy about a guy obsessing over a relationship and the best friend that helps him get over it. He has also written three feature scripts, the first of which, Chasing the Party, a comedy about trying to crash the ultimate Playboy mansion party, is set up at Jerry Bruckheimer Productions with Caan attached to star. He is also in the process of setting up two additional screenplays - the boxing drama The Fight and the ensemble drama Lowest Common Denominator.

Caan has appeared in over ten feature films over a two year span including the stock market subculture thriller BOILER ROOM, the takedown comedy READY TO RUMBLE, the hip hop drama BLACK AND WHITE, as well as GONE IN 60 SECONDS, ENEMY OF THE STATE, VARSITY BLUES, and numerous independent films including BONGWATER, LUNCHTIME SPECIAL and Greg Araki's NOWHERE.

Caan currently resides in Los Angeles.