Musical Comedy Impressionist Scott Record, one of the most sought after and hardest working entertainers in the world, has a career and background as versatile as his talents.
Record and his varied background moved to New York in 1978 where he found work as a bouncer/bartender in a disco directly across the street from Dangerfield's, the famous night club named after the well-known comedian. After watching the celebrity names revolve weekly on the marquis of that establishment, he decided to test his talents on a Monday night at Dangerfield's.
Rodney immediately liked him and took Scott on the road, where he successfully worked for a year as Rodney Dangerfield's opening act. Since then, Scott has worked with Joan Rivers, Carol Channing, Ann Margret, Bob Hope, Frank Sinatra, Robert Goulet, Dinah Shore, The Temptations, Bobby Vinton, Louie Anderson, Huey Lewis and the News, Crystal Gayle, Tom Jones, Julio Iglesias, Perry Como, Tony Bennett, The Gatlin Brothers, Anthony Newley, and many more.
His career has taken him to stages all over the world. Scott was voted the Best Variety Act of the Year by Atlantic City Magazine. Corporate appearances make up a large percentage of Scott Record's current schedule and they continually book him for return engagements. Scott also golfs in celebrity games plus does commercial voice-over recording.