Kenn Scott

The name Kenn Scott might also refer to a stage name of actor Kenn Troum.
Kenn Scott
  • Television writer
  • Magazine columnist
  • University professor
Years active 1997–present

Kenn Scott is a Toronto-based screenwriter noted for his work in children's programming and animation. Included amongst the many shows he has written for are Ned's Newt, Iggy Arbuckle, Captain Flamingo, Rescue Heroes, Seven Little Monsters, Pelswick, Quads!, Delilah and Julius, Dino Dan and Doki.[1] His column "A Writer's Life" appears regularly in the magazine Canadian Screenwriter.

Scott won a special animation award from the Writers Guild of Canada for his work on Ned's Newt,[2] as well as a 2008 Canadian Screenwriting Award in the Children & Preschool category for an episode of Iggy Arbuckle.[3]

In addition to his continuing work as a screenwriter, Scott has been teaching screenwriting at Ryerson University in Toronto since 1997.[4]


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