After landing on Earth in Stockton, California, Scott Cherney wore a lot of hats in his life and times, among them, a cowboy hat as a weekend gunslinger at the Pollardville Ghost Town, a western amusement park that also the Palace Showboat Dinner Theater. There he became a triple threat actor/writer/director of several melodrama/vaudeville stage productions. Cherney was also an award-winning stage actor and won the one and only Stockton Stand-Up Comedy Competition.
Cherney is the author of the road rage novel Red Asphalt, a movie memoir called In the Dark: A Life and Times in a Movie Theater, the true travel tome known as Please Hold Thumbs: A Not So Round Trip to South Africa, a collection of comedy sketches entitled Now THAT'S Funny and the western comedy romance Song of the Canyon Kid.
His plays include Song of the Lone Prairie, La Rue's Return (w/Edward Thorpe), thThe Legend of the Rogue and The Perils of Francois.
He currently lives near Portland, Oregon,