Scott Foley is an American actor best known for his television roles as Noel Crane in Felicity (1998-2002) and as Bob Brown in The Unit, from 2006-2009.
His other television credits include the movies Forever Love, Someone to Love Me: A Moment of Truth Movie, Crowned and Dangerous, and guest appearances on the series House, Jack & Bobby, Scrubs and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.
He also had a starring role in the short-lived comedy series The Goodwin Games, in 2013.
His feature film credits include Below, Rennie's Landing and Scream 3. He was nominated for a Teen Choice Award for his villainous role in Scream 3.
Foley was born in Kansas City, Kansas and is the oldest of three sons. Throughout his childhood he traveled a lot due to his father's career as an international banker. Foley's mother passed away when he was 15.
His breakthrough role was on Felicity, playing Noel Crane. He also has had recurring spots on Scrubs and Dawson's Creek and guest starred on House as a steroid-using baseball player.
He is divorced from Jennifer Garner, who played Sydney Bristow on Alias. Garner played his girlfriend, Hope, in early seasons of Felicity.