Scott Whyte (born January 8, 1978, in Manhattan Beach, California) is an American actor, best known for his role as Chris Anderson on City Guys. He has also appeared in television series such as That '70s Show and Just Shoot Me!, as well as appearing in the films D2: The Mighty Ducks and its sequel, D3, although as different characters.
|Known for||Chris Anderson on City Guys|
Whyte has spent his entire life living in the South Bay of California. Always interested in the arts, he has been leaping from one form to the other, having spent time in animation along with playing music, all while maintaining an acting career. He also attended the University of Southern California briefly until he landed a starring role on NBC’s City Guys. He made his film debut in the Mel Gibson/Kurt Russell feature Tequila Sunrise. At age 10, after watching Raiders of the Lost Ark, Whyte figured he could become the next Indiana Jones. But after breaking his wrist swinging from a tree, he set his sights on the goal of becoming an actor, so that he "could do all those fun things and not get hurt." He landed his first part at the age of 13, appearing in a commercial for Pop Tarts, and later appeared in the television series That '70s Show, Just Shoot Me!, The Nanny, Full House and NBC's Hang Time, along with hosting the television series Chicken Soup for the Soul, based on the best selling books. His recent films include Reeker, The Fallen Ones, Voodoo Moon, All In and Death Row. He also voices Mr. Graham in the video game Mighty No. 9 and various voices in Infamous Second Son Batman: Arkham Knight, Mad Max, Transformers: Devastation, Skylanders: SuperChargers and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive.
|1988||Tequila Sunrise||Boy at Party||Uncredited|
|1994||D2: The Mighty Ducks||Gunner Stahl|
|1996||D3: The Mighty Ducks||Scott "Scooter" Holland|
|The Fallen Ones||Mickey|
|Voodoo Moon||Billy||Television film|
|Death Row||Brian||Television film|
|2007||Ghosts of Goldfield||Dean||Direct-to-video|
|2012||Wyatt Earp's Revenge||Charlie Bassett||Direct-to-video|
|2014||Wings||Red Tractor, Rinaldo (voices)|
|Someone Marry Barry||Angry Man in Audience|
|2015||Faith of Our Fathers||Edward "Eddie" Adams|
|2016||The Land Before Time: Journey of the Brave||Bron (voice)||Direct-to-video|
|1994||Full House||Jason||Episode: "Stephanie's Wild Ride"|
|1995||The Nanny||Sean||Episode: "A Kiss Is Just a Kiss"|
|1997||Hang Time||Joey||Episode: "Fighting Words"|
|1997–2001||City Guys||Chris Anderson||105 episodes|
|1999||That '70s Show||David Milbank||Episode: "A New Hope"|
|2000||Malibu, CA||Ned||Episode: "Big Daddy"|
|2001–02||Chicken Soup for the Soul||Host|
|2002||Just Shoot Me!||Rob||Episode: "Friends and Neighbors"|
|2007||All of Us||James||Episode: "Sins of the Father"|
|2008–13||The Garfield Show||Additional Voices||5 episodes|
|2011||Jimmy Kimmel Live!||Anncr (voice)||1 episode|
|2013||Mad||Spock, Hawkeye (voices)||Episode: "Star Blecch Into Dumbness/Stark Tank"|
|2015||Eye Candy||Hunter||9 episodes|
|Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn||DJ (voice)||Episode: "I Want Candace"|
|Doc McStuffins||Chaz (voice)||Episode: "Twin Tweaks"|
|2016–present||Rolling with the Ronks!||Walter (voice)||10 episodes|
|2017||The Inspectors||Joel||Episode: "Surveillance 101"|
|Freedom Fighters: The Ray||Blitzkrieg, Barry Allen / Flash (voices)||Web series|
- "The 'Mighty Ducks' Trilogy: An Oral History". Time.com. 2014-06-09. Retrieved 2016-10-18.
- "All in the Mighty Family! – Voice Cast for Mighty No. 9". mightyno9.com. February 10, 2015.
- Sucker Punch Productions. Infamous: Second Son. Sony Computer Entertainment. Scene: Credits, 3:43 in, Additional Voice Talent.
- Avalanche Studios. Mad Max. Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment. Scene: Credits, 5:40 in, Talent.