Scott Mosier Net Worth


Scott Mosier, the Canadian-American film producer, editor, podcaster, writer, and actor, has a net worth of $8 million dollars. He is famous for his work with director Kevin Smith, co-hosting the weekly podcast SModcast and producing films like Clerks, Mallrats, Good Will Hunting, Chasing Amy, and Jersey Girl.

Key facts:

  • Scott Mosier is a Canadian-American film producer, editor, podcaster, writer, and actor.
  • He is best known for his work with director Kevin Smith, with whom he co-hosts the weekly podcast SModcast.
  • Mosier met Smith at the Vancouver Film School in Canada and they formed a partnership that has spanned multiple successful films.
  • He played a crucial role in the production of Kevin Smith's first feature film, Clerks, by recording the original sound on set, editing the movie, and contributing to the budget.
  • Together, Mosier and Smith have produced notable films such as Mallrats, Good Will Hunting, Chasing Amy, and Jersey Girl.

Basic Information About Scott Mosier

ProfessionsFilm Producer, Actor, Film Editor, Screenwriter, Television producer, Broadcaster
Net worth$8,000,000
Date of birth1971-03-05 (53 years old)
Place of birthVancouver
NationalityUnited States of America
Curiosities and TrademarksSarcastic wit
Low-pitched monotone voice
Frequently works with Kevin Smith
SpouseAlex Hilebronner - (1 SeptemberΒ 2006 - present)
Social Mediaβ†—οΈŽ Wikipedia β†—οΈŽ IMDb

What Movie Awards did Scott Mosier win?


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Scott Mosier awards

Award Name State Movie / Series Name Year
OFTA Film Award - Best Comedy/Musical PictureNomineeChasing Amy1998
Independent Spirit Award - Best First FeatureNomineeClerks1995

Scott Mosier roles

Movie / Series Role
TuskSelf (voice) (uncredited)
The Secret Life of Pets 2Additional Voices (voice)
The GrinchAdditional Voices (voice)
DogmaSmooching Seaman
Chasing AmyCollector
ClerksWillam the Idiot Manchild / Angry Hockey-Playing Customer / Angry Mourner
Jay and Silent Bob Strike BackGWH2 Assistant Director / Willam Black
Clerks IIConcerned Father
The GrinchDirector

Scott Mosier's Quotes

  • (On Bryan Johnson's "Vulgar"): "We produced "Good Will Hunting" and this ["Vulgar"] back-to-back. Though I always felt between the two, "Vulgar" was the real Oscar contender."

Interesting Facts about Scott Mosier

  1. Is an ever present member of the "Askewniverse," or Kevin Smith projects as a whole, mainly as a bit-part actor, producer and editor.
  2. Always appears in bit parts in Kevin Smith's films.
  3. Never set out to be a producer. Early on in the beginning of his and Kevin's careers, Mosier was up in Canada and Smith was in Jersey. Claimed whoever wrote his screenplay first (him or Smith), the other would help him make his movie. Smith finished "Clerks" first and Mosier helped him out with it and has since then according to Smith "kinda got trapped in the role of 'de facto producer.'"
  4. Originally Kevin Smith and Mosier were going to call their film production company: "Post-Party at Spago's."
  5. Enjoys reading comic books and playing video games.
  6. Invited to join the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (Producers Branch) in 2005.
  7. Wants to remake the Disney film "The Dark Crystal".
  8. He draws in his spare time. He's expressed interest in creating a comic book.
  9. Wants to produce a film based on the book "Sex and Rockets".
  10. Unsuccessfully tried to produce a remake of the movie "C.H.U.D.".
  11. In the film Clerks., Mosier recorded the original sound on the set, edited the movie (at RST Video), and contributed to the budget. He also contributed by appearing on-screen as two characters: the angry hockey player and Willam Black (a.k.a Snowball), a role later played by Ethan Suplee in Mallrats. Additionally, his hockey player role on the ladder talking to Willam on the ground, as Kevin Smith describes it, is "the only special effect in Clerks".
  12. Filmed a short film in college with David Klein, called "Willam Black". The main character in this short was an early version of the Willam Black in both Clerks and Mallrats.
  13. He did the commentary with Kevin Smith for the 20th Anniversary edition DVD of Roadhouse.
  14. Middle initial A, stands for nothing. His father did not believe in middle names but the hospital required him to give Scott a middle name, so he wrote the letter A.
  15. Wife Alex Hilebronner is a gourmet chef and often works in the movie industry as a chef on sets.
  16. Mentions on "SModcast" that he is friends with Dylan Brown, a Pixar animation supervisor.
  17. Getting ready to write and direct his first feature film. [August 2006]
  18. He has appeared in seven films directed by Kevin Smith: Clerks (1994), Mallrats (1995), Chasing Amy (1997), Dogma (1999), Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back (2001), Clerks II (2006) and Zack and Miri Make a Porno (2008).

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