Scotty Watson was head writer and Artistic Director of Comedy on Wry, a theatrical sketch comedy troupe where he wrote and performed sketch, stand-up, and pantomime since 1990. He was also the Executive Producer of C.O.W.'s self-titled CD.
He was commissioned to write the inaugural show for the Tottenham Summer Theatre. Scotty has written and performed for The Second City and freelances as a joke writer for television and radio, and also served as an alternate clown in Cirque du Soleil's Mystere in Las Vegas since 1997.
Most recently Scotty was seen onstage at Stage West as Donnie in The Foursome, in Huron Country Playhouse's Anything Goes as Moonface Martin and at The Elgin Theatre as Ping in Aladdin for Ross Petty Productions. Scotty's other acting credits include: The Good Times Are Killing Me at the Royal Alexandra Theatre for Mirvish Productions, Matt Friedman in Talley's Folly.
Television and film credits include In a Heart Beat (Alliance Atlantis), Angels in the Infield (Walt Disney), Exhibit A (Discovery Channel), Side Effects (CBC), Mail to the Chief (CBS), Code Name - Eternity (FOX), Top Cops (CBS), Boogies Diner (CHCH), and a comedy pilot for City TV. However, Scotty is best recognized for his TV commercials. He dressed as Carmen Miranda for Sprite, made up as David Crosby for Kraft Dinner, donned red tights for a series of spots for Bell Mobility and claimed to be the first man to put his fries in the lid of the Big Mac box.
Friends for years, Scotty, Randy and Kevin wrote, produced and starred in the wildly successful hit comedy show, Toronto, From Zed to "Eh?" Since that time, the boys have been busy developing their next exciting project.