Scott Gilmour is a Scottish actor and writer and a graduate from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.
As an actor, Scott has works across theatre, TV & film and some of his credits include:
'Adam & Eve: The Musical', 'Everyman' (Splendid Productions), 'John Barrowman's Tonight’s The Night' (BBC Scotland), 'Cannibal Women of Mars', 'Open Road' (National Theatre of Scotland), 'Little Johnny’s Big Gay Wedding' (Random Accomplice/National Theatre of Scotland), 'A Bottle of Wine and Patsy Cline' (Oran Mor) 'The Threepenny Opera', Douglas Maxwell and Richard Taylor's new musical 'Watertight' and 'The Who’s Tommy' (Royal Conservatoire of Scotland).
As a writer and lyricist, Scott collaborates with composer Claire McKenzie and is a co-founder of new music theatre company, Noisemaker.
Their first production 'FreakShow', was initially a part of the On the Verge Festival at The Arches, Glasgow, and transferred to London at The Roundhouse. 'FreakShow' is due to appear alongside their latest piece, 'Forest Boy', at Assembly during this years Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
Scott is currently working as the lyricist for for upcoming musical film 'Zombie Musical' (Black Camel Productions/Haphazard Media).
Scott also works as a workshop leader and deviser with many different institutions such as Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Trinity College London, Scottish Youth Theatre and School of the Arts in Singapore.