Scott Michael Foster is an American actor best known for his role as Cappie, a rowdy fraternity brother, in the teen comedy-drama television series Greek, from 2007-2011.
He also had a starring role as Arron Martin, a young journalist and associate of Modern Skeptic magazine publisher Hank Galliston (Anthony Edwards), in the short-lived conspiracy thriller television series Zero Hour, in 2013.
Scott has guest starred on ABC's Women's Murder Club opposite Angie Harmon and appeared in the independent feature Teenage Dirtbag. He also recurred on the critically acclaimed Showtime series Californication, as Tyler, new boyfriend to Hank's (David Duchovny) daughter, Becca, who definitely rubbed Hank the wrong way.
Raised in the Dallas/Fort Worth area, he was active in college theatre and local stage productions. In addition to his role as Cappie on Greek, he was in the web series Quarterlife, produced by Marshall Herskovitz and Edward Zwick.
His other credits include the indie films The Horrible Flowers, Forever Charlie, and the forthcoming Ashley's Ashes.
Scott's also appeared in various national commercials. He enjoys performing with his band, Sirens Eye, as lead singer and rhythm guitarist.