Mostly Credited As: Devon Scott
Date Of Birth: November 29, 1958 (Age 55)
Country Of Birth: USA
Devon Scott, daughter of noted actor George C. Scott and former actress-singer Pat Scott, was a member of the cast of the half-hour comedy
series, "The Tony Randall Show," for the first season. Devon playedTony's daughter Roberta (Bobby. Devon's name was inspired by the southwestern part of England, and was selected because her parents thought it fresh and individual. She attended the United Nations International School in Manhattan, the American School in Madrid and was graduated from Concord Academy in Concord, Mass., where she directed the senior play. Until she was signed for the role of Andrea Platt in the series, "We'll Get By," Devon had never acted professionally. Her theatrical experience had been confined to school performances in such plays as "The Tempest." "Picnic" and "The Devil and Daniel Webster." Ms Scott has traveled extensively, many times to
locations where her father was filming motion pictures. She visited him on movie sets in Rome, Madrid and the Bahamas. While a student at the U.N. School; she attended a Russian summer camp on the Black Sea, and the following summer lived with a French Family in Tours and took a class at the Institut d'Touraine(part of the University of Poitiers). Devon enjoys singing, playing guitar, skiing, horseback riding, and creative
writing. When not in Hollywood, she lives with her mother in New York City.