Scott Rosenberg (born April 24, 1963) is an American actor, screenwriter and film producer.


Born in Needham, Massachusetts in 1963, Rosenberg received a Bachelor's Degree from Boston University. He earned his MFA from UCLA. His screenwriting credits include major motion pictures such as Con Air, High Fidelity and Gone in 60 Seconds.

During production of the film Domestic Disturbance in April 2001, Rosenberg was arrested along with actor Vince Vaughn after a bar brawl in Wilmington, North Carolina. The scuffle broke out at the Firebelly Lounge, where actor Steve Buscemi had been stabbed in the face, throat, arm and genitals.

On Beautiful Girls, starring Timothy Hutton, Matt Dillon, and Uma Thurman:

"It was the worst winter ever in this small hometown. Snow plows were coming by, and I was just tired of writing these movies with people getting shot and killed. So I said, 'There is more action going on in my hometown with my friends dealing with the fact that they can't deal with turning 30 or with commitment' - all that became Beautiful Girls."


Tales from the Crypt (1989-1996) (TV),

Things to Do in Denver When You're Dead (1993),

Beautiful Girls (1996),

Con Air (1997),

Disturbing Behavior (1998),

High Fidelity (with D.V. DeVincentis, Steve Pink, and John Cusack) (1998),

Armageddon (1998) (uncredited),

The General's Daughter (1999) (uncredited),

Gone in 60 Seconds (2000),

Going to California (2001) (TV) (also Creator),

Spider-Man (2001) (uncredited),

Domestic Disturbance (2001) (uncredited),

Impostor (2002),

Highway (2002),

Kangaroo Jack (2003),

October Road (2007-2009) (TV) (also Creator),

Life on Mars (2009) (TV),

Happy Town (2010) (TV) (also Creator),

Pain & Gain (2013)