Scott Sedita is an award-winning, highly in-demand Acting Coach and Motivational Speaker. He is the owner of Scott Sedita Acting Studios in Los Angeles where he works with actors from all over the world.

Scott is the author of the internationally bestselling books, The Eight Characters of Comedy: A Guide to Sitcom Acting & Writing, which has been translated into different languages, and Scott Sedita’s Ultimate Guide to Making It in Hollywood …and New York, Atlanta, Vancouver, Chicago, and Any Other Industry City! Scott has travelled the world teaching his comedic technique “The Sedita Method.” He is also the first acting coach to develop an acting-based app, called Scott Sedita’s Actor Audition App.

Scott has starred in the E! reality series Fight for Fame, VH1’s New York Goes to Hollywood, and MTV’s Adventures In Hollyhood. He was also seen on Showtime’s La La Land, as well as MTV’s My Perfect Life, USA Network’s Character Fantasy, Fox Sports Network’s Helmets Off, and Bravo’s Faking It.

A graduate of Boston University, Scott has more than forty years of experience in the entertainment industry. He began his career in New York as a talent agent, where he helped to launch the careers of many top actors, including Courteney Cox, Matt LeBlanc, Christopher Meloni, Teri Polo, Dylan Walsh, Jerry O’Connell, and Vincent D’Onofrio, to name a few.

In 1990, Scott relocated to Los Angeles where he worked as a sitcom writer for Howie Mandel, Bobcat Goldthwait, and many others. In the mid-90s, Scott worked as a casting director for Danny Goldman Casting, until launching his Scott Sedita Acting Studios in 1998.

Scott has worked with many of today’s stars, including Holly Taylor, Parker Young, Lana Condor, Michael Weatherly, Brandon Routh, Meagan Tandy, Ross Butler, Joseph David-Jones, Haley Bennett, Charles Melton, Nelly, Josh Duhamel, 50 Cent, Chace Crawford, Paula Abdul, Kevin Alejandro, Sydney Sweeney, JT Neal, Jason Thompson, and many more.

Scott has appeared on numerous TV talk shows. He’s been the featured story in such publications as The Hollywood Reporter, Inside TV, and Backstage, among numerous others. He has also appeared on CNN and programs like On the Red Carpet, Entertainment Tonight, Extra, and Access Hollywood. KTLA Channel 5 did a story on Scott entitled “Where Young Hollywood Goes and Studies” and referred to Scott as “one of the hottest coaches in town.”

Scott Sedita is an award-winning, highly in-demand Acting Coach and Motivational Speaker. He is the owner of Scott Sedita Acting Studios in Los Angeles where he works with actors from all over the world.

Scott is the author of the internationally bestselling books, The Eight Characters of Comedy: A Guide to Sitcom Acting & Writing, which has been translated into different languages, and Scott Sedita’s Ultimate Guide to Making It in Hollywood …and New York, Atlanta, Vancouver, Chicago, and Any Other Industry City! Scott has travelled the world teaching his comedic technique “The Sedita Method.” He is also the first acting coach to develop an acting-based app, called Scott Sedita’s Actor Audition App.

Scott has starred in the E! reality series Fight for Fame, VH1’s New York Goes to Hollywood, and MTV’s Adventures In Hollyhood. He was also seen on Showtime’s La La Land, as well as MTV’s My Perfect Life, USA Network’s Character Fantasy, Fox Sports Network’s Helmets Off, and Bravo’s Faking It.

A graduate of Boston University, Scott has more than forty years of experience in the entertainment industry. He began his career in New York as a talent agent, where he helped to launch the careers of many top actors, including Courteney Cox, Matt LeBlanc, Christopher Meloni, Teri Polo, Dylan Walsh, Jerry O’Connell, and Vincent D’Onofrio, to name a few.

In 1990, Scott relocated to Los Angeles where he worked as a sitcom writer for Howie Mandel, Bobcat Goldthwait, and many others. In the mid-90s, Scott worked as a casting director for Danny Goldman Casting, until launching his Scott Sedita Acting Studios in 1998.

Scott has worked with many of today’s stars, including Holly Taylor, Parker Young, Lana Condor, Michael Weatherly, Brandon Routh, Meagan Tandy, Ross Butler, Joseph David-Jones, Haley Bennett, Charles Melton, Nelly, Josh Duhamel, 50 Cent, Chace Crawford, Paula Abdul, Kevin Alejandro, Sydney Sweeney, JT Neal, Jason Thompson, and many more.

Scott has appeared on numerous TV talk shows. He’s been the featured story in such publications as The Hollywood Reporter, Inside TV, and Backstage, among numerous others. He has also appeared on CNN and programs like On the Red Carpet, Entertainment Tonight, Extra, and Access Hollywood. KTLA Channel 5 did a story on Scott entitled “Where Young Hollywood Goes and Studies” and referred to Scott as “one of the hottest coaches in town.”



The Rest of the Team


The Rest of the Team


The Rest of the Team