Scott David Reeves is a New York City based director and performer of theatre and film. His work includes off Broadway credits, and he has appeared in a films, webseries, and television productions.
In 2008 he founded the Good Luck Macbeth, Theater Company, operating it as Board President and Artistic Director. Always creating original work, he has directed over a dozen plays, films, as well as a web miniseries and is currently working on new projects in New York. His latest production was as director and actor is the play “The Fare” which enjoyed a successful run at the Theater For The New City, New York.
He has trained at The Barrow Group, as well as under Obi Award winner Wynn Handman, whose students include Denzel Washington, Michael Douglas and Christopher Walken. Conservatory training at The Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institutes, and some of its noted alumni are Marilyn Monroe, Barbara Streisand and Alec Baldwin.