J. Scott Glascock was born March 20, 1952 in Richmond, Virginia and deceased August 27, 2016. Scott was the only child of James A. Glascock, Jr. and Adelaide Boze Glascock. Raised in Short Hills, NJ, he attended the Short Hills Country Day School and graduated from the Pingry School, Hillside, NJ, class of 1970. He was awarded a BA, Yale University 1974 and JD, Vanderbilt University 1977.
His professional career included positions as Associate from 1977-1981 at Olwine Connelly Chase O’Donnell & Weyher; Senior Associate from 1981-1984 at Simpson Thacher & Bartlett; Senior Associate 1984 at Millbank Tweed Hadley & McCloy. He was a Financial Consultant from 1984-1993 at Shearson Lehman Brothers and a Financial Consultant from 1993-2002 at Merrill Lynch.
Scott became a professional actor and voiceover artist, and a member of SAG-AFTRA Actors Equity since 1992. He was a past President of The Amateur Comedy Club; past President and JP Morgan Award winner and life member of New England Society in the City of New York; Boy and life member of The Lambs; life member of The Players; life member of the Saint George’s Society of New York; former treasurer and life member of the Episcopal Actors Guild and President of The Yale Club of NYC (2014-16).
Donations to The Lambs Foundation in memory of Scott have been made by: Lee Moore & Leslie Middlebrook, Henry & Jo Strouss, Sandra Benee
In recognition for his generosity to The Lambs and The Lambs Foundation, a small scholarship has been created in his honor. READ MORE.
December 2019, by action of Council, Scott Glascock has been name an Immortal Lamb.