Additional Scott Dunlaps

If you were looking for a different Scott Dunlap and found me instead, check out the following links to other Scott Dunlaps.

  • A Trail Runner’s Blog
  • Scott Dunlap’s blog of trail running, ultrarunning, and triathlon racing in the Western United States. Scott is the 2004 Overall Champion for the Trail Runner Magazine Trophy Series (marathon-and-shorter division), the largest trail running series in the world, and is competing again in 2005-06. This blog contains interviews, research, original fiction, and all things trail running.

  • Dunlap & Wilson – Dueling Pianos
  • Scott Dunlap has worked as a keyboardist/vocalist for more than 20 years, performing rock, country, dance, disco, funk, punk, new wave, easy listening, and classic rock. He began dueling pianos in 1994 in one of the country’s longest running piano bars, Phoenix’s “Ltl Ditty’s”. He has also performed for many high-profile companies, such as New York, New York in Las Vegas and the Disney Cruise Lines.

    I actually had a chance to meet Scott and see his act in May 2005 at the New York, New York casino in Las Vegas… completely by accident. He’s a very talented musician, and puts on one hell of a show!

  • Scott Dunlap (golfer)
  • Scott Michael Dunlap is an American professional golfer. He has had two Nationwide Tour victories. He has had a best finish on the year-end money list of the PGA Tour of 44th in 2000.

  • Scott R. Dunlap (film industry)
  • Entering the film business in 1915, Scott Dunlap worked his way up through the ranks and became a director in 1919. He worked steadily, though unspectacularly, directing many low- and medium-budget films, often Westerns, for various studios. He left film production with the coming of sound and became a talent agent and business manager, notably of cowboy star Buck Jones, and the two became close friends (in fact, Dunlap was injured in the fire in the Coconut Grove nightclub in which Jones died). In the late 1930s Dunlap returned to the business as a producer of low-budget films–again, mostly westerns–and in the late ’40s was hired as production chief for Monogram Pictures, where his main duty was to oversee production of the company’s westerns.

If your name is Scott Dunlap and you have a website, send me an email and I’ll add it to the list.