Scott Christopher: Mormon Actor

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Scott Christopher Mormon Actor

Scott Christopher is an actor, host, speaker, comedian, and writer. He was born on January 13, 1967, in Ferndale, Michigan, and moved to Utah at the age of 11. He studied at Brigham Young University and won the Irene Ryan scholarship award at the Kennedy Center. He has appeared on the Disney Channel, CBS, Fox Kids, Lifetime, The WB, and has had roles in more than twenty movies. He appeared in The Best Two Years, Mobsters and Mormons, Joseph Smith: Prophet of the Restoration, and most recently, a recurring character on Granite Flats.

He played “The Movie Guy,” the irreverent late-night host of long-running TV program on KJZZ TV in Salt Lake City. He was a morning radio personality in Salt Lake City and Monterey, California and has hosted several television shows. He also hosts corporate videos and has emceed a variety of live events, including conferences, pageants, and award ceremonies. He has traveled globally to educate and motivate senior business leaders. He is part of The Harry Walker Agency,

His blog says that he is the “co-author of the best selling book ‘The Levity Effect: Why It Pays to Lighten Up’ and author of the worst selling book ‘Lighten Up: Managing with Mirth Ain’t Rocket Surgery.’” He is vice president of speaking/training at The Culture Works. He has contributed to A Carrot a Day and The Daily Carrot Principle, and is a feature columnist for Human Capital magazine.

Christopher is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He and his wife, Elizabeth, are the parents of five sons.

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