CAILEIGH SCOTT spent her early childhood in Detroit, MI and subsequently grew up in the very rural Pennsylvania countryside and the very urban New York City. The only child of a dancer and a musician, Scott spent her youth immersed in the artistic community. She grew up studying ballet, tap and jazz, as well as flute, oboe, cello, viola and piano. At age twelve, after being cast in a professional theatre production of Romeo & Juliet, Scott decided to diverge slightly from her dance training and musical studies to focus on acting. She spent her adolescence balancing a rigorous high school curriculum, professional modeling and pursuance of an acting career. Scott was also involved in grassroots charity work as a youth, she was invited to the youth leadership conference Make A Difference and was a frequent participant in National History Day. After graduating in the top 5% of her high school class, Scott went on to study drama at the prestigious American Musical & Dramatic Academy on Manhattan’s Upper West Side.
Since graduating from conservatory, Scott has been working on both coasts, regionally and internationally in film and theatre alongside such notable names as Shia LeBeouf, Jim Gaffigan, Paul McCrane, Steven Ho, et cetera. In addition to her work on screen and on stage, Scott is a writer and a member of the sketch comedy troupe Wheels on Fire. She has continued to volunteer, fundraise, participate in marches and peaceful protests and is thrilled to be able to take those passions to the next level as a co-founder of IBG. Scott presently resides in Los Angeles, CA, but she will always be a New Yorker at heart.
To learn more about Caileigh and her work outside IBG, visit her official site.