From 2001 to 2005, Robert Gant appeared on television screens across the nation as one of the stars of Showtime's hit television series, Queer as Folk. Most recently, Robert inked a deal with Viacom-owned, MTV-run gay cable network, Logo, to star in and executive produce a new show, The...
Scott Lowell was born in Denver and raised in Connecticut. He majored in theater at Connecticut College and also studied acting at the National Theatre Institute. Shortly thereafter, he moved to Chicago where, over the course of a decade, he immersed himself in local theater performing at the famed Steppenwolf and The Goodman. He also landed his first TV role in Chicago on "Early Edition."
His television credits include appearances on "Frasier," "Caroline in the City," and a number of successful commercial campaigns for such companies as Nike, Lexus, Budget Rent-A-Car, and Payday candy bars. In 2004, Lowell received a Prism Award nomination for his performance in a multi-episode storyline in QUEER AS FOLK as a crystal meth addict. The awards fete the accurate depiction of drug, alcohol and tobacco use and addiction in movies, television, video, music, interactive and comic book entertainment.
On the feature front, Lowell has most recently co-starred in ON THE EDGE for SHOWTIME. He also appeared in such feature films as "The Debtors," "Damned If You Do," "Ladies from LA," "Love Bites" (Sundance 1999), and "Opus 27" in which he played a young Ludwig von Beethoven.
Lowell's stage credits include productions of "Present Laughter," "Assassins," "Twelfth Night," the SHOWTIME comedy LAUGHTER ON THE 23RD FLOOR and the world premiere production of Steve Martin's "Picasso at the Lapin Agile."
Lowell has also penned a full-length play about John Wilkes Booth and is currently writing a screenplay tentatively titled "Weeping Willow" with Eddie Jemison.