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In 2010, he appeared with Lisa Dillon and Tom Burke in the Old Vic comedy about a three-way love affair, Noël Coward's Design for Living.
He took Saturday classes at a drama school for children, and appeared in two ads on Irish television.
At seventeen, he was chosen for a starring role in his first film, Korea.
Recently Scott took to the stage in Birdland, written by Simon Stephens and directed by Carrie Cracknell at the Royal Court Theatre, playing the central character of Paul, a rock star at the pinnacle of his career on the verge of a breakdown. But then Putin introduced anti-gay legislation this summer so—being a gay person—I switched to Rudolf Nureyev videos instead.
Scott received positive reviews for the performance, with comments such as 'beautifully played' Scott is openly gay, and has commented that "mercifully, these days people don't see being gay as a character flaw.
He had a part in BBC2's original drama The Hour as Adam Le Ray, a failed, secretly gay, actor.
In addition to his stage and TV work, Scott is also known for his voice acting in radio plays and audiobooks, such as the roles of Jay Gatsby in Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby and Stephen Dedalus in James Joyce's Ulysses.Despite my own internal struggle, there’s something fun in the idea that Moriarty is really alive.Guys, Moriarty is one of the most incredible villains on television.Scott won a bursary to art school, but elected to study drama at Trinity College, Dublin, leaving after six months to join Dublin's Abbey Theatre.He once stated to the London Evening Standard magazine that he always had a "healthy obsession" with acting.He has been seen in Foyle's War as a prisoner determined to allow himself to hang for a crime he may not have committed, which was described in Slant magazine as a "standout performance." Other film appearances included a role in Chasing Cotards (a short film made for IMAX), the short film, Silent Things and as Paul Mc Cartney in the BBC film Lennon Naked.He also starred in the critically acclaimed 2010 film The Duel.Scott appeared in the small part of Michael Blodgett in the film Nora, with Ewan Mc Gregor, and in a television adaptation of Henry James's The American, alongside Diana Rigg and Matthew Modine, before making his London theatre debut in Conor Mc Pherson's Dublin Carol with Brian Cox at the Royal Court Theatre.He was then cast in the BAFTA winning drama Longitude, opposite Michael Gambon, and the HBO miniseries Band of Brothers.Scott has described the working atmosphere on Band of Brothers as "awful".In 2004, he was named one of European Film Promotions' Shooting Stars.