Casey Scott is an American vocalist, songwriter, actor, and producer based in Portland, Oregon. Her latest release, “Glorie Incogniti” (2019), was recorded in Brussels, Belgium, and completed in Portland. Designated singles are “True North” and “Unstoppable."

After dropping out of B.U. and busking in Harvard Square, playing songs from the self-produced "Alone Alive Alone” solo at Naked City and other Boston coffeehouses, Scott became a leading figure and muse of the early 90s post-punk, spoken word, and alt theater scenes in New York City. Signed to Capitol Records, she released “Creep City” with her band “the Creeps” in 1993, produced by Thom Panunzio (Patti Smith, Joan Jett).

She went on to tour and record under her own name and as leader of Diva Machina (“The Final Girl” 1999) and Red Venus Love Army (“The Whole Sky” 2008). The French press named her “Miss Sexy Voice 2009” for guest vocals on “69 Annee Erotique,” an album of Serge Gainsbourg covers by jazz drummer Todd Bishop’s Pop Art 4. Scott made her film debut in 2002’s “The Hidden,” opposite Michael Buscemi. She originated the role of Claudia Stark in Tony winner Stew Stewart’s experimental rock musical "Family Album" at the 2014 Oregon Shakespeare Festival, and she portrays the Lady of the Manor in the upcoming 2020 remake of the Carl Dreyer cult classic “Vampyr.”

Currently, Scott is collaborating on a new album with Jim Fourniadis (Rats of Unusual Size, Dark Room Theater) and is a consulting writer on Mark Sklawer's upcoming TV series, “The Edge,” in which a character based on Scott acts as guide to the wild downtown NY scene of the early 90s.