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Scott Reeves

Scott Reeves
Born Gregory Scott Reeves
(1966-05-16) May 16, 1966
Delight, Arkansas, U.S.
Occupation Actor, singer
Years active 1988–present
Spouse(s) Melissa Reeves (1990–present)
Children 2

Gregory Scott Reeves (born May 16, 1966) is an American actor and country music singer. His best known roles include Ryan McNeil on The Young and the Restless and Steven Webber on General Hospital.

Contents

  • Musical career 1
  • Awards 2
  • Personal life 3
  • Filmography 4
  • Awards and nominations 5
  • External links 6

Musical career

Reeves and Aaron Benward founded the duo Blue County, which recorded one album for Curb Records. Reeves co-wrote Toby Keith's 2011 single "Made in America". He plays in the rock group "Port Chuck" along with General Hospital co-stars Steve Burton, Bradford Anderson, and Brandon Barash.[1]

Awards

He was nominated for a Daytime Emmy in Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Daytime Drama Series in 1997 and 1998.

Personal life

Since March 1990, Reeves has been married to soap opera actress Melissa Reeves. They currently live in Franklin, Tennessee and have 2 children: Emily Taylor Reeves (born June 23, 1992) and Lawrence "Larry" David Reeves (born August 4, 1997).

Filmography

Film
Year Film Role Notes
1989 Big Man on Campus Emcee
Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan Sean Robertson
1991 Edge of Honor Luke
2001 Basic Training Alan Short film
2002 Waitin' to Live Gilbert Ray Johnson
Television
Year Title Role Notes
1988 Days of Our Lives Jake Hogansen
1988–89 The Munsters Today Dustin Nelson Episode: "Vampire Pie"
Episode: "Two Left Feet"
Episode: "Neighborly Munsters"
1989 I Know My First Name Is Steven Bruce NBC miniseries
1990 Teen Angel Returns Brian
1991–2001 The Young and the Restless Ryan McNeil Role from: May 1991 to November 27, 2001; Brief reappearance on December 5, 2001
1996 Hearts Adrift Kyle Raines TV-Movie
1997 When the Cradle Falls Brian McDermott CBS TV-Movie
1998 Chicago Hope Todd Landers CBS Episode: "The Other Cheek"
1999 Half a Dozen Babies Keith Dilley ABC TV-Movie
2001 The King of Queens Ryan McNeil Episode: "Inner Tube"
Touched by an Angel Peter Episode: "Manhunt"
2005 As the World Turns Himself Episode dated February 15, 2005
2007 Final Approach Dan Reynolds Hallmark Channel TV-Movie
2009–13 General Hospital Steven Webber Role from: December 9, 2009 – March 5, 2013
2014–15 Nashville Noel Laughlin 3 episodes
2015 Invisible Sister Cleo's father Disney Channel Original Movie

Awards and nominations

Daytime Emmy Awards

  • 1997: Nominated, "Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series" - The Young and the Restless
  • 1998: Nominated, "Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series" - The Young and the Restless

Soap Opera Digest Awards

  • 1993: Nominated, "Outstanding Young Lead Actor" - The Young and the Restless
  • 1994: Won, "Outstanding Young Lead Actor" - The Young and the Restless
  • 1999: Nominated, "Outstanding Young Lead Actor" - The Young and the Restless

External links

  1. ^ Profile of Scott Reeves. TV Guide. September 2012. p. 68. 


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