Scott Dreier, a native Californian, is thrilled to be debuting his CD of big band and pop songs which includes the duet, "Suddenly Seymour," with TV star Katey Sagal.
Award winning writer, Richard Sherman says of the album, "With delightful versatility, be it lilting rhythm, or poetic tenderness, Scott Dreier makes this excellent collection of old and new songs a fresh, joyful experience".
Scott is so excited to be donating a portion of the proceeds to the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation/Orange County Affiliate. He is proud to be associated with such a courageous team. These remarkable women are true heroes.
Scott recently performed with Pasadena Pops Orchestra as their featured vocalist. He also sang backup for Barbra Streisand at the Democratic National Convention and at her last two concerts in Los Angeles.
He is best known in the theatre world for portraying Seymour in "Little Shop of Horrors", a role he has played 6 times including South Bay CLO, Santa Barbara CLO, Riverside CLO, and Poway Performing Arts Center. "A spectacular performance is belted out by Scott Dreier as the irresistible, nebbish Seymour." (Backstage West.)
Scott performed the role of Smudge for 2 years in the San Diego Company of "Forever Plaid". He also directed productions of "Plaid" for Moonlight Amphitheatre and Santa Barbara CLO. Other favorite roles include: Bud Frump in "How to Succeed in Business..."(Starlight Musical Theatre, Moonlight Amphitheatre, Riverside CLO); the Baker in "Into the Woods" (Moonlight Amphitheatre); Hero in "A Funny Thing Happened..." (South Bay CLO); Motel the Tailor in "Fiddler on the Roof" (Santa Barbara CLO); David in "Company" (West Coast Ensemble-Backstage Award); and Papa Who in "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" (Old Globe Theatre, San Diego).
TV credits include: "General Hospital," "Malcom in the Middle," "Greetings from Tucson," "Wings," "The Tonight Show Opening Credits," and the film "Enchanted" on Showtime. He has appeared in numerous national and regional television commercials. Scott is a graduate of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts.
"...Keep your ears open, you are going to be hearing lots more from this talented young man"- Les Brown Jr. (of the Band of Renown)