|Born||May 30, 1952|
West Grove, Pennsylvania, USA
|📆 Years active||1983–2010|
|👩 Spouse(s)||Keri Mancini|
Scott Holmes (born May 30, 1952 in West Grove, Pennsylvania) is a retired American actor, best known for the role of District Attorney Tom Hughes in the CBS soap opera As the World Turns, a role he played from 1987 through ATWT's 2010 cancellation. Prior to joining As the World Turns, Holmes appeared on Ryan's Hope from 1984-86. After the cancellation of As the World Turns, Scott Holmes retired to South Carolina.
In addition to his television work, Holmes has worked in musical theatre, including The Rink and The Best Little Whorehouse Goes Public on Broadway. He also played "Che" in Evita on the first national tour/Los Angeles productions.
Holmes was married to actress Pamela Harris 1975-2009; they have one son Taylor, born in 1987.
- Scott Holmes on IMDb
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