Celebrating Our Successes: Author and Actor Scot Savage

One of us with Multi-Talents

By: Bill O’Connell

There are many closet musicians, writers, artists, actors, dancers, etc. amongst the 5,000 members of the CCCTU.

You may not even know that the person sitting next to you has a talent that has been in remission. Unfortunately, the thing that we call our day job, seems to get in the way of what fuels our passion.

Besides authoring 12 books, Triton College Webmaster Scot Savage is up for The Broadway World Chicago Awards for Best Actor in a Play for his role as Oscar Madison in The Odd Couple performed last summer at the Elgin Theater.

Pictured from left to right are Scot Savage as Oscar Madison and Carl Zeitler as Felix Ungar

Anyone is eligible to vote as long as they have an active email. The voting ends at 11:59PM on 12-31-17

The link to vote is https://www.broadwayworld.com/chicago/vote2017region.cfm

Scot is listed under category 33 Best Actor in a Play (Resident Non-Equity) (Scot Savage – “The Odd Couple”) (I, Bill O’Connell just voted and it is easy).

If that is not enough, add authorship to the list. Scot has authored 12 books. The main listing can be found at http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/scot_savage

They are available in print and ebook for Kindle, Apple iBooks, Nook and KOBO. They are also available online at Amazon and Barnes and Noble.

His 2 most well received novels are his “Have Vampire, Will Travel” novels which include “Case File: Ruby of the Rails” and “Case File: Windy City Werewolf.”

Though Vampire books are not high on my bucket list, they received a high rating on Amazon.

Since 2011, Scot has been a member of Local 1600 as a Web Systems Analyst in the Information Systems Department at Triton. He started acting in 1979 along with working on his Baccalaureate Degree in Computer Science at Northeastern Illinois University. Congratulations Scot and best of luck.

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