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On-Camera / On Stage

In addition to regularly acting on A Prairie Home Companion, Sue Scott performs on well-known theater stages in Minneapolis-Saint Paul and throughout the Midwest. Visit Sue's Scott's Bio for more on her theater, on-camera and commercial radio, TV and film work or just listen to Sue Scott's voice-over demo.

Sue Scott

Sue Scott (Photo: Dani Werner)

To Book or Audition:

To hire Sue Scott contact Amy Oppegaard of Wehmann Models and Talent, Inc. in Minneapolis at 612.333.6393.

LA representation: Contact Wes Stevens of VOX at 323.655.8699.

Sue Scott

Actor & Voice Talent
SAG-AFTRA, AEA

Sue Scott (Photo: Dani Werner)

Sue Scott (Photo: Ann Marsden)

Tim Russell (Al, Stage Manager), Sue Scott (Donna, Makeup Lady) and Meryl Streep (Yolanda Johnson) share a laugh at the movie premiere's press conference for Robert Altman's A Prairie Home Companion.

Sue Scott (Donna, the Makeup Lady) and John C. Reilly in Robert Altman's A Prairie Home Companion movie.

Sue Scott (Donna, the Makeup Lady) and Garrison Keillor in Robert Altman's A Prairie Home Companion movie.

Sue Scott plays all the female characters on "A Prairie Home Companion" with Garrison Keillor.

Sue Scott dishes up plenty of attitude for the camera as "Dolly."

Sue Scott on stage in the one-woman show, "The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe."

A Prairie Home Companion co-stars Sue Scott and Lily Tomlin at the post-premiere party at the Landmark Center in St. Paul, Minnesota.

Sue Scott

"Bring It On!"

Sue Scott caught working at a Twin Cities ISDN recording studio.

Sue Scott as the "evil stepmother" in a production of Cinderella.

Sue Scott as seen on billboards throughout Los Angeles.

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“As the only woman on A Prairie Home Companion, Scott voices all the show’s female characters: from breathy bombshells to the matter-of-fact American Duct Tape Council spokeswoman. But the radio format doesn’t stop [actor, Sue Scott,] from resorting to core theatrics, including facial contortions and gestures. ‘People say, ‘Boy you need to be seen to be appreciated.’”
- Lindsey Collom, The Arizona Republic

Minneapolis-St. Paul-based character actor, Sue Scott is available for national commercial on-camera and voice-over work via ISDN.