Tom Scott was discovered early in his acting career and cast as the drummer in Tom Hanks's directorial debut, "That Thing You Do." That was 20 years ago, and Tom has been a working actor since. But why? Why is he comfortable in the skins of other selves, and what feeling is he chasing in a difficult, frustrating profession? Tom has been in great stuff like "Southland" and "Boiler Room," and (he acknowledges) less-great stuff, too. He offers a philosophical perspective on acting choices, fear and what it's like when Hollywood jerks you around.
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