Born In: United States
Scott Reeder is an American professional prop master who has worked in both American TV and film industry. After working as a prop master for many years, Reeder became popular when he decided to reveal the secrets behind movie props on social media. His behind-the-scenes videos on TikTok earned him immense popularity and established him as a social media sensation. A certified prop master, Scott Reeder has made objects for movies like Friday the 13th and Machete. He has also worked for popular TV series like Friday Night Lights and Revolution. Apart from being a prop master, Scott Reeder is also a social media star with thousands of followers on popular platforms, such as TikTok and Instagram.
Scott A. Reeder was born on November 3, 1969 in the United States of America. After graduating from high school, he went on to attend the University of North Texas from where he graduated in 1993. Reeder was interested in movies and TV shows from his childhood and wanted to work in the entertainment industry. He made his film debut in 1990 when he worked as a production assistant for the film Daddy's Dyin'… Who's Got the Will? The following year, he worked as a production assistant for the TV movie Finding the Way Home as well as for the thriller film Ninth Life. In 1991, he also worked with the props for the first time when he became part of the art department of the comedy-sport film Necessary Roughness.
In 1994, he worked as an assistant property master for the action crime-drama film Walker Texas Ranger 3: Deadly Reunion. Simultaneously, he also worked as an assistant property master for Walker, Texas Ranger, the TV series. He continued working for the series until 2001. Meanwhile, he also worked with the props for TV series and movies like Logan's War: Bound by Honor (1998), Sons of Thunder (1999), and The President's Man (2000). In 1999, he also made his debut as a writer, producer, and director when he wrote, produced, and directed an action-comedy film titled Boondoggle. Scott Reeder’s big breakthrough came in 2001 when he became a certified prop master.
He made his debut as a property master in 2003 when he oversaw prop acquisition and its usage in the drama-western film Roper and Goodie. The same year, he wrote and directed a short film titled Curb Service. The following year, he worked as the property master for the TV movie Growing Pains: Return of the Seavers. In 2006, he worked as a property master for films like Hoboken Hollow, Fast Food Nation, How to Eat Fried Worms, Infamous, and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning. In 2007, he handled the props department for the action horror-thriller film Grindhouse. He then went on to work for popular movies like Friday the 13th, Bandslam, and Machete.
Meanwhile, he worked as the property master in 70 episodes of Friday Night Lights from 2006 to 2011. His work in Friday Night Lights earned him opportunities to work in the TV industry. Subsequently, Reeder went on to establish himself in the American TV industry. In 2010, he worked as a property master in six episodes of My Generation. The following year, he oversaw the usage of properties in the TV movie Meet Jane. In 2012, he worked as the property master for three popular movies, namely Won't Back Down, Pitch Perfect, and Promised Land. In 2013, he worked in 10 episodes of the popular TV series The Lying Game.
From 2013 to 2014, he designed and oversaw the usage of properties in 22 episodes of the action adventure-drama TV series Revolution. Meanwhile, he also worked in movies and series like Parkland (2013), Trooper (2013), and Killer Women (2014). In 2015, he worked as the property master for 10 episodes of the crime-drama TV series American Crime. The same year, he also oversaw the usage of properties in 10 episodes of the popular TV series The Leftovers. In 2017, he worked in the TV mini-series The Long Road Home (for 8 episodes)1. The same year, he also started working in the popular TV series The Son and continued working as the property master for the series until 2019. In 2019, he oversaw the usage of properties in 10 episodes of NOS4A2. In 2021, he worked in the comedy crime-drama film Breaking News in Yuba County. The same year, he has also worked as the property master for TV series like 12 and Panic.
Scott Reeder became popular when he decided to reveal the secrets behind movie props. He started posting videos of how props are made on TikTok and achieved popularity on the platform. His videos attracted lots of views, making him an overnight sensation on social media. His TikTok account scottpropandroll went on to accumulate more than one million fans and over 20 million likes in a short period of time. His popularity on TikTok helped him earn followers on other major social media platforms, such as Instagram where he currently has more than 100k followers.
His popularity increased in 2020 when he shared interesting details of how props are made and used in the TV and film industry in an interview with a popular magazine. In the interview, he revealed how property masters design make-believe books and fake barbed wires. Thanks to his videos, people now know the kind of work that goes into making props that nobody knew existed.
Scott Reeder is married to Amanda whom he often features on his TikTok videos. Apart from making videos for TikTok, he also loves making videos for his YouTube channel Scott Prop and Roll, which was created on April 27, 2021. He also loves spending time with his children.
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