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Co-Directors Jeremy Wagener (left) and Scott D. Roberts (right) with actor, Peter Gallagher, the narrator of Gas Hole.

Scott D. Roberts

Scott is a native Californian who studied acting at The American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco. Upon moving to Los Angeles, he made his feature film debut starring as Rod in the 2000 comedy, "Chicks, Man." He later decided to move behind the camera as a writer/producer and director where he's had projects optioned and/or developed at New Line, Warner Brothers, Paramount and Columbia Pictures.

In 2003, Scott was the associate director of "Aurora Borealis," which starred Joshua Jackson, Donald Sutherland and Juliette Lewis. In 2007, he wrote and executive produced the pilot for the reality show, "Giving, Celebrity Style" starring Melinda Clarke ("The O.C.", "Nikita").

In 2008, Scott wrote, produced and co-directed the award-winning documentary, "Gas Hole," narrated by Peter Gallagher and featuring Joshua Jackson. In 2009, he wrote, produced, and directed the pilot and six episodes of the reality show, "Ted and Jason," that revolved around stylist to the stars - Ted Gibson, and featured Amy Brenneman and Miranda Kerr. His one-hour pilot script, "Hunters Point," sold to Velvet Rope Entertainment and in 2010, his sitcom pilot script, "Scotty Moore," was optioned by Mark Cendrowski (directs all "The Big Bang Theory") and Lex Passaris of Image Orthican Productions.

Currently, Scott is busy researching his next controversial documentary with partner, Jeremy Wagener.


Jeremy Wagener

Co-Director Jeremy Wagener has lived in Los Angeles for more than a decade working in the Film Industry. Educated at the University of New Mexico, he graduated in 1994 with a BFA in Acting. In 2001, his feature film directing debut "Chicks, Man" was released on Video and DVD as part of Hollywood Video's First Rites Program. "Chicks, Man" stars co-director Scott D. Roberts and it is on this film that they formed their friendship, which led to the documentary collaboration, "Gas Hole."

Later he spent many years working as an editor, primarily focusing on independent film trailers. Ironically enough, the first trailer he edited for the film "The Big Split" won him a Golden Trailer Award in 2000. The following year, he was nominated again for editing the trailer for "The Farmhouse."

Other recent projects include a 14-episode yoga fitness program entitled, "Urban Mystic Yoga" and "Robot Chicken on Wheels," a behind-the-scenes look at the creators of the Adult Swim TV show "Robot Chicken."