Scott Cooper

Scott Cooper is a writer, director, producer and actor. His directorial debut, CRAZY HEART (2009), won two Oscars (Best Actor for Jeff Bridges and Best Song for Ryan Bingham and T-Bone Burnett). Cooper is currently adapting two novels for the screen: Stephen King’s masterpiece The Stand and The Road Home by Michael Armour, a drama set during the Great Depression. His acting credits include GET LOW (2010) and the TV mini-series Broken Tail (2006).

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