Scott Grimes is familiar to television audiences as Dr. Archie Morris, the stringent chief resident on the hit drama "ER." Once a recurring character, Grimes joined the cast in the 12th season as a series regular. He is also well known for his role as Sgt. Donald Malarkey in the critically acclaimed "Band of Brothers," the World War II miniseries. Additionally, Grimes was regular on "Party of Five" for the run of the series. His voice is recognizable to animation fans from his series regular gig as Steve Smith on FOX's "American Dad."
Born in Lowell, Massachusetts, Grimes launched his entertainment career in 1980 as a child in the Tony® Award-winning Broadway musical "Nine." He performed with Bob Hope, The Carpenters, and Merv Griffin, to name a few, and his music has been heard on the Golden Globe® Award-winning show "Party of Five."
Before he became an actor, Grimes considered a career as a professional hockey player and he continues to play in celebrity charity events.
His recently completed film "Who’s Your Monkey?" won the audience award at the CineVegas Film Festival. He also starred in the feature films "Crimson Tide," "Mystery, Alaska," and 2010's "Robin Hood."
Away from the set, Grimes regularly plays charity gigs with the Band From TV, which also features Hugh Laurie, James Denton, and Adrian Pasdar.