Scout Taylor-Compton Bio, Age, Relationship, Net Worth, Career, Movies, TV Shows, Laurie Strode 

Scout Taylor-Compton Bio

Scout Taylor-Compton is an American actress. She was born on February 21, 1989 Long Beach, California, U.S.She has appeared in numerous small television roles and in feature films. Her most notable roles include Laurie Strode in the horror films Halloween (2007) and Halloween II (2009), as well as Lita Ford in the film The Runaways (2010).
She also sang the theme song for her film Chicken Night (2001). Taylor-Compton also provided voice over work in other films, including The Core (2003). She is a Scream Queen, having appeared in many horror films.

Scout Taylor-Compton Age

She is 31 years old as of 2019, having been born on February 21, 1989 in Long Beach, California, U.S where she grew in her teenage level and developed the passion of acting.

Scout Taylor-Compton Height and Weight

She stands tall at an estimated height of 5 feet 3 inches or 160 cm which is viable for an American women actors, while her body weight is approximated to 110 pounds.

Scout Taylor-Compton Education

She was home schooled and with an average grade of 4.0 in tenth grade, young Taylor-Compton wanted to be a competitive swimmer. She had plans to participate in the ‘AAU Junior Olympics’ before she made her debut in the world of cinema.

Scout Taylor-Compton Family

Taylor-Compton’s father was a mortician while her mother is of Mexican American descent . She was born in Desariee Starr Compton, on February 21, 1989, in Long Beach, California.

Scout Taylor-Compton photo
Scout Taylor-Compton photo

Scout Taylor-Compton Dating/Relationship

Taylor has been in a relationship with musician Andy Biersack from the rock band ‘Black Veil Brides’ for 6 years, but they eventually broke up.
After that she decided to take her interest in music as a singer. Not only can she sing and play the drums but she also writes songs and poems. Apart from music, she is also interested in oceanography, world cultures, and sports such as volleyball and softball.

Scout Taylor-Compton Net Worth

Scout Taylor has a net worth of a whopping 2 million dollars which has been accumulated for the endeavors she has carried out in the acting fraternity, after she gained popularity in the film industry.

Scout Taylor-Compton Career

  • In 1998 and 2001, Taylor-Compton was seen in TV shows such as ‘Ally McBeal,’ ‘Frasier,’ ‘The Guardian,’ ‘The Division,’ and ‘Gilmore Girls.’ During this time she also worked in commercials for ‘Fuji Film’ and ‘Disney Cruise Line.’

  • After the beginning of her career, Taylor-Compton briefly acted in stage productions. Starting with an eponymous character in ‘Annie Warbucks’ at ‘The Grove Theatre,’ she later also performed in a production of ‘Footloose’ at the ‘Simi Valley Cultural Arts Center.’

  • Between 2001 and 2005, Taylor-Compton made significant contributions as a voice-over artist. Her voice was used in movies such as ‘I Am Sam’ (2001), ‘The Core’ (2003), ‘The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement’ (2004), and ‘Sky High’ (2005).

  • In 2001, she sang the theme song ‘Jet Set’ for the movie ‘Chicken Night.’ She also made fleeting appearances in the music video for the song ’Black Suits Comin’ in ‘Men in Black II’ and in a music video by ‘Born the Sky’ called ‘Sweet Valentine.’

  • Between 2004 and 2007, Taylor-Compton starred in several movies and TV series. During this phase, her rendezvous with “horror” as a genre began. Though her first huge project in 2004 was the teen comedy ‘Sleepover,’ in the coming years, it was followed by ‘Wicked Little Things,’ ‘An American Crime,’ and the famous remake of the 1978 horror movie ‘Halloween.’

  • Around the same time, she also worked in a bunch of TV series such as ‘Hidden Howie: The Private Life of a Public Nuisance,’ ‘Unfabulous,’ ‘Cold Case,’ and ‘That’s So Raven.’

  • In 2007, Scout Taylor-Compton released her debut rock/pop album, in which she had sung and played the drums.

  • Taylor-Compton continued to work in horror movies. Two of her notably successful ventures are ‘April Fool’s Day’ (2008) and ‘Life Blood’ (2009), though she only made a cameo in the latter. Curious to experiment with other genres, Taylor-Compton worked in the American dramas ‘Love Ranch’ and ‘The Runaways’ in 2010.

  • More recently, Taylor-Compton has made appearances in series such as ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ (2012) and ‘Nashville’ (2015).

Scout Taylor-Compton Movies

  • Halloween 2007
  • Halloween II 2009
  • Ghost House 2017
  • Sleepover (film)
  • The Runaways 2010
  • Flight 7500
  • 247°F
  • Wicked Little Things 2006
  • Obsessed 2009
  • Smile Pretty 2009
  • Triple Dog 2010
  • Life Blood 2009
  • Love Ranch 2010
  • Love’s Unfolding Dream
  • Tomorrow is Today 2006
  • Get the Girl 2017
  • The Guilty Innocent
  • Love at First Hiccup
  • An American Crime
  • Feral 2017
  • The Silent Thief 2012
  • Wet and Reckless
  • Return to Sender 2015
  • April Fool’s Day 2008
  • Cynthia 2018
  • Underground Entertainment: The Movie
  • The Lumber Baron
  • Andover (film)
  • Tag 2012
  • Cured 2016
  • Diverted Eden
  • After Party 2017
  • Deadly Suspicion
  • Randy’s Canvas

Scout Taylor-Compton TV Shows

  • Rosewood
  • Nashville
  • Major Crimes
    Grey’s Anatomy
  • CSI: NY
    Breakout Kings
  • CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
  • NCIS: Los Angeles
    The Governor’s Wife
  • Close to Home
    Love’s Unfolding Dream
  • Without a Trace
  • Hidden Howie: The Private Life of a
    Public Nuisance
  • Cold Case
    That’s So Raven
  • Unfabulous
    Class Actions
  • The Division
  • Charmed
  • The Guardian
  • Audrey’s Rain
  • The Lyon’s Den
  • Gilmore Girls
  • Ally McBeal
  • Charmed

Scout Taylor-Compton Laurie Strode

In Rob Zombie‘s remake of Halloween, Scout Taylor took over the iconic role of Myers adversary Laurie Strode, a role she reprised in Zombie’s Halloween II.
At some one point in time Laurie was going to return in a sequel to Zombie’s Halloween II, with Taylor-Compton and Tyler Mane approached to reprise their roles.

Scout Taylor-Compton Songs

  • “I Love You Mommy”
  • Halloween II · 2009
  • “I’m Angel Myers”
  • Halloween II · 2009
  • “I Want To Party”
  • Halloween II · 2009
  • Freak Show
  • 2007
  • Dialogue – Halloween Soundtrack
  • A Rob Zombie Film HALLOWEEN Original
    Motion Picture Soundtrack · 2007
  • “He’s F***ing Dead”
  • Halloween II · 2009
  • Dialogue – Halloween Soundtrack
  • A Rob Zombie Film HALLOWEEN Original
    Motion Picture Soundtrack · 2007