Scott Topper, three-time Emmy-nominated television show host, is a professional actor and speaker who has dedicated his life to helping others develop their speaking skills and become passionate public speakers. Scott is the founder and creator of IMproSolutions™, an Interactive Public-Speaking System developed in 1999, and Public Speaking Secrets 101: Overcome Fear of Public Speaking Tips Course. With over two decades of public speaking, improvisation, and acting experience, Scott offers public-speaking seminars to corporate executives, business owners, entrepreneurs, college and university students, middle schools, high schools, and various organizations worldwide, including China, France, Germany, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United States. Scott is a public speaking classes online instructor and presentation skills training expert.
Scott’s goal is to empower people to achieve success in their personal and professional lives by discovering and exploring the true colors of one’s own unique personality. Scott strives to increase individual confidence and creativity by providing useful and practical public-speaking tools and techniques. As an entertainment industry expert, Scott is a member of Meeting Professionals International, Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, and International Special Events Society.
A consummate entertainer, Scott co-hosted “The Local Show” with Cheryl Ladd from “Charlie’s Angels,” hosted “Way Back Weekends” radio program for Cumulus Broadcasting, played an alien “Kantare” guard for Paramount TV’s “Star Trek: DS9,” and co-starred in “Hypnotalk” on E! Entertainment TV. Scott was recruited by Twentieth Century Fox in Hollywood, CA to play the United States touring role of “Night Guard Scott,” promoting the DVD release of the movie Night at the Museum, starring Mickey Rooney, Robin Williams, and Ben Stiller.
Scott also hosted “American Top-40 On-tour,” a two-year, 50-city U.S. excursion for ABC Radio Networks. He served as reality field producer for MTV’s “Taildaters,” and later became show runner for MTV’s “Burned.” Scott received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Rutgers University majoring in Broadcast Journalism and Theatre Arts. He lives with his wife in Los Angeles, CA and he enjoys cycling, singing, dancing, playing guitar, fundraising for charity events, and performing improvisational comedy.