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V. Scott Balcerek


Scott is a cousin to actor Joe Maross, who inspired him to work in the film industry.

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 2017 Satan & Adam (Documentary) (post-production)
 2017 Untitled Jerry Buss Showtime Lakers Documentary (Documentary) (as Scott Balcerek) (filming)
 2016 Born To Lead: The Sal Aunese Story (Documentary) (as Scott Balcerek)
 2014 Free to Play (Documentary) (lead editor - as Scott Balcerek)
 2010 My Generation (TV Series) (1 episode)
- Pilot (2010) ... (as Scott Balcerek, V. Scott Balcerek)
 2008 More Than a Game (Documentary) (as Scott Balcerek)
 2006 The Wild (as Scott Balcerek)
 2003 American Dancer (Documentary) (as Scott Balcerek)
 1998 Men Cry Bullets (as Scott Balcerek)
 1998 2by4 (as Scott Balcerek)
 1996 The Nervous Breakdown of Philip K. Dick (Short) (as Scott Balcerek)
 1996 The Sensible Thing (TV Short) (as Scott Balcerek)
 1994 Street Songs: Pittsburgh Street Singer, Bill Dorsey (Short) (as Scott Balcerek)
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Scott is a cousin to actor Joe Maross, who inspired him to work in the film industry.

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