Scott Mena (he/him) is an actor, director, writer, editor and filmmaker. He starred as "Kenny" in Denial Seat that was produced at Playwrights' Round Table's Summer Shorts at the Orlando Shakespeare Theatre. He received praises for his performance as "Mrs. White" in Shoestring Theater's Clue: The Musical (Silver Sandal Award, Most Comedic). Other Theater Productions: Almost Maine (East, Lendell, Chad, and Danny), The Miracle Worker (James Keller), The 39 Steps (Clown 1), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Bottom), All in the Timing (Philip Glass), The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe (Peter / Mr. Beaver / Edmond / Mr. Tumnus / Aslan), Dracula: A Tale Told by Mina Harker (Dracula / Renfield), Arsenic and Old Lace (Dr. Einstein), The Hobbit (Gollum), and many more. Film: Break-Out Case, Magical Mix-Up, Tales of Algos, Up There, The Job Interview, Only in the Movies, Comics For All, Within Reach. Scott's seven short films have been official selections to numerous film festivals. Director of the award-winning short films A Walk to Breathe, No Vuelvo, Talking to Myself, and 12:36. He also develops, direct, film, and edit ads for non-profit organizations and other companies with Mena Productions.