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Geoffrey Scott (actor)

Geoffrey Scott
Geoffrey Scott in Dynasty (1983)
Born Geoffrey Chase Scott
(1942-02-22) February 22, 1942
Hollywood, California
Nationality American
Occupation Actor
Years active 1969-2003
Known for role as Mark Jennings on the ABC-TV series Dynasty
Spouse(s) Carol Englehart Scott, 1975-1988 (divorced)

Geoffrey Scott (born February 22, 1942 in Hollywood, California) is an American actor and stuntman best known for appearing on the television series Dynasty for two seasons (1982 to 1984) as Mark Jennings, the first husband of Krystle Carrington (played by series star Linda Evans).

He also appeared on numerous daytime soap operas; playing Sky Rumson on Dark Shadows in 1970, Jeffrey Jordan on Where The Heart Is in 1972, David McAllister on General Hospital in 1989 and Billy Lewis on Guiding Light in 1994. Scott also had a leading role in the HBO sitcom 1st & Ten in the 1980s.

Scott married producer Carol Engelhart Scott in 1975; they were later divorced. In 1988, he was involved in a serious accident when he was struck by a car while cycling. Both his legs were crushed, but he went on to make a full recovery.[1] He presently lives in Louisville, Colorado, with his wife and sons Chris and Matthew.


  1. ^ 'Geoffrey Scott recovering nicely', Kentucky New Era, p. 2D, May 25, 1988.

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