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Scott Harding (actor)

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Scott Harding

Born
Scott Andrew Harding
(1971-03-02) 2 March 1971 (age 45)
Christchurch, New Zealand

Occupation
Actor

Scott Harding (born 2 March 1971) is a New Zealand television and theatre actor, best known for his role as Lloyd Draper from the television series Outrageous Fortune.
Scott is a graduate from the National Academy of Singing and Dramatic Art (NASDA) in Christchurch. He moved to Auckland after graduating from NASDA.
He has appeared in many television commercials for both the local and overseas market, and has appeared in many theatre productions over the years.
Scott’s favourite pastime is painting (art/portraits).

Contents

1 Early life
2 Filmography

2.1 Television
2.2 Films and Made-for-TV Movies
2.3 Local Theatre

3 External links

Early life[edit]
Scott was born in Christchurch, the youngest child of Wendy and John Harding. Scott’s older brother; Todd lives in Palmerston North with his wife Dara Harding and daughter Bailey aged 12 and is a graphic designer. Scott is also an artist and Scott paints portraits and landscapes. Scott has been living in Auckland for 12 years now.
Filmography[edit]
Television[edit]

Shortland Street …. Officer Heston (2007–2008)
Outrageous Fortune …. Lloyd Draper (2008)

Films and Made-for-TV Movies[edit]

Her Majesty (2001) …. Town Hall Clerk
Cupid’s Prey (2002) …. Security Guard
Terror Peak (2003) …. Bus Driver
We’re Here to Help (2007) …. Bruce Hayter

Local Theatre[edit]

Cash on Delivery (1999) Dolphin Theatre …. Norman Bassett
Laburnum Grove (2000) Dolphin Theatre …. Harold
The Baby Dance (2001) Dolphin Theatre …. Al
Season’s Greetings (2003) Dolphin Theatre …. Neville
Will You Still Love Me In The Morning? (2005) Dolphin Theatre …. Humphrey
Tons of Money (2006) Dolphin Theatre …. Aubrey Allington
The Kidnap Game (2008) Dolphin Theatre …. Paul Kendon

External links[edit]

Scott Harding at the Internet Movie Database
Outrageous Fortune official site
Fortune’s Westie Wannabe article in the NZ Herald (Lloyd Draper/Scott Harding)
The Dealer article in The Aucklander (The Kidnap Game/Dolphin Theatre)

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