Scott Haze Portrait Sessions – 2013 Venice Film Festival

Scott Haze will suit up for the the firefighter film No Exit.

Scott Haze, pal and muse of James Franco, is on the verge of his own ubiquity.

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  • TAG : Scott Haze is an American actor, writer and director.
  • It was announced that Scott Haze has joined the cast of the upcoming Warner Bros. produced film Midnight Special. The high-budget film is written and directed by Jeff Nichols and also stars Michael Shannon, Kirsten Dunst and Joel Edgerton. Principal photography begins in early 2014 in New Orleans, Louisiana.

    In James Franco’s latest directorial effort, , Scott Haze plays a psycho killer who has sex with dead bodies, talks to stuffed animals, and descends into madness in the backwoods of Tennessee. Based on a 1973 novel, the movie tells a bleak and gruesome story of isolation—so to prepare for the role, Haze took off from L.A. to the wilderness of Tennessee, where he spent nearly four months living alone in caves and a cabin and subsisting on a diet of fish and apples with nothing from civilization to keep him company save for an iPod loaded with Eminem.

  • On behalf of everyone at The Scotty Haze Band, we would like to thank each and everyone of you for your love and support this year and look forward to seeing you in 2015.

    Scott Haze was awarded the Breakthrough Performer Of The Year at the 2013 Hamptons International Film Festival and named one of Variety's 10 Actors To Watch For 2013.

  • Scott Haze
    Haze at the New York Film Critics Series première of Child of God, July 2014
    Born Dallas, Texas, U.S.
    Occupation Actor, writer, director

    Scott Haze was named one of Variety's 10 Actors To Watch For 2013. Since its inception 15 years ago, Variety's "10 Actors to Watch" program has become a key showcase celebrating the finest acting talents from all corners of the globe. Past talented that have been spotlighted include Adrien Brody, Melissa Leo, Andrew Garfield, Christoph Waltz, Jennifer Lawrence and Octavia Spencer.

A video released by Scott Haze, below.

Raw and unpolished in ways that often make it seem almost like some kind of anti-cinema film school experiment, Child of God is dominated by Scott Haze’s fearless performance, a theatricalized fusillade of full-throttle feral craziness loaded with blood, snot, spit, shit and bile. While nothing else comes close to that central force, there’s a weird purity to the storytelling even at its untidiest, which enables Franco to remain true to the spirit of McCarthy’s vernacular lyricism.