E.R. ‘Full Moon, Saturday Night’ | Adam Scott (Actor)

From Dead to GhostedDead at 21 that is, we’re talking Adam Scott (actor). A comprehensive and curious retrospective through a working man’s on screen career.

It’s been a solid year since our inaugural step into that pleasantly warm pool that is Adam Scott’s career. That’s certainly not from a boredom of the man himself, in that span we’ve seen both sides of the coin, one that isn’t a lottery win but still a comforting bit of good fortune. Returning to HBO to stretch his dramatic chops in Little Big Lies and continuing his witty and offbeat insights in the podcast R U Talkin’ R.E.M. RE: ME? Fun note, between these two articles eagle-eyed fans have located his presence in their music video for ‘Drive’ and appointed that his very first IMDB credit.

After a ridiculous introduction in Dead at 21, Adam gets his first foray into some more serious drama with the first season of 1995’s E.R.

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Dead At 21 | Adam Scott (Actor)

From Dead to Ghosted, Dead at 21 that is, we’re talking Adam Scott (actor). A comprehensive and curious retrospective through a working man’s on screen career.

In writing this, there may need to be an actual introduction for the man himself right at the start. I have a feeling we may need an introduction to what we’re even trying to accomplish with these discussions. We know who Adam Scott is, and if the people reading this do too, then what more can this give them?

As we find out, there is a versatility to the nice looking fellow known to the mainstream as Ben Wyatt (Parks and Recreation) and comedy nerds for “That’s Not Funny” Adam (Comedy Bang Bang, U Talkin’ U2 To Me?). We’re guessing most mainstream will ask their culturally educated friends while watching Step Brothers or Big Little Lies if that nice looking fellow is, in fact, Ben Wyatt, and hoping they’ll reply his name is Adam Scott.

Is this all Adam has to offer in his profession, to fill the welcome role of that nice looking fellow, alternating between snarky douchebag and affable goofball?

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