Scott Turner Schofield is an award winning actor who has toured the world with his solo performances and as a cast member for over a decade.
His three one man shows, “Underground Transit,” “Debutante Balls” and “Becoming a Man in 127 EASY Steps” have met with critical acclaim from Miami to Anchorage, Los Angeles to New York City, Dublin to Brussels. As Stephane in Christophe Honore’s “La Faculte,” directed by Eric Vigner, Schofield trod the hallowed main stage of Festival d’Avignon as a transgender actor in a non-trans role, and toured France for a year, acting in French. In 2015, Schofield became the first openly transgender actor in Daytime television, with the recurring role of “Nick” on CBS’s The Bold and the Beautiful.
Find out about current projects, including the feature film of Becoming a Man
in 127 EASY Steps, HERE.
“Trans Influencer of Hollywood”
- OUT Magazine
“Blanche DuBois would have died.”
- Time Out New York Editor’s Pick
“Schofield reaches out to the Average Joe with a mix of humor, honesty, and vulnerability.”
- UTNE Reader
“Schofield shows us that desire is born of flesh and eyes, and that words are not enough.”
- Le Monde
Indie Series Awards “Best Guest Actor” Nominee
Daytime Emmy Awards “Best Guest Actor” Nominee Blue Ribbon Round 2015 and 2016
“Fruitie” Audience Choice Award for Best Off Broadway Performance
Princess Grace Foundation “Gant Gaither” Theatre Fellowship
National Performance Network Creation Fund Award
Tanne Foundation Award for Commitment to Artistic Excellence