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October 4, 2007 | Mark Sachs
SCOTT PATTERSON has a hit on his hands, or at least that's what critics are saying about "Aliens in America," a new sitcom airing Mondays on the CW. The single Hollywood Hills resident, who had a long run on "Gilmore Girls" and was memorable as Elaine's sponge-worthy suitor on a classic "Seinfeld" episode, says the new show is a kick. "I feel great about it. We have directors who come up [to the Vancouver set] from L.A. and tell us, 'The buzz in the industry is huge.'
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September 27, 2010 | By Yvonne Villarreal, Los Angeles Times Staff Writer
When Scott Patterson read the script for NBC's conspiracy thriller "The Event," he didn't exactly rush to RSVP. "To be quite honest, I just figured, 'Here we go with another big project that a bunch of movie stars are going to inhabit. Why bother?' " the 52-year-old actor said during a recent phone interview. Best known as Luke Danes, the always irritable diner owner -- with the backwards baseball cap -- on "Gilmore Girls," Patterson said the role seemed like a longshot. But he bothered, nonetheless.
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ENTERTAINMENT
June 28, 1994 | SUSAN KING, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Scott Patterson was a pitcher for the Atlanta Braves' and New York Yankees' triple-A teams for five disappointing years. "I was called up for the (majors) a few times, but they never activated me on the 25-man roster," Patterson acknowledges. "It was a little frustrating. That's why I walked away from it." And walked into acting. In fact, the blond, blue-eyed Patterson has finally made the majors thanks to Hollywood.
NEWS
October 4, 2007 | Mark Sachs
SCOTT PATTERSON has a hit on his hands, or at least that's what critics are saying about "Aliens in America," a new sitcom airing Mondays on the CW. The single Hollywood Hills resident, who had a long run on "Gilmore Girls" and was memorable as Elaine's sponge-worthy suitor on a classic "Seinfeld" episode, says the new show is a kick. "I feel great about it. We have directors who come up [to the Vancouver set] from L.A. and tell us, 'The buzz in the industry is huge.'
SPORTS
November 11, 1986
The Dodgers have signed free-agent pitcher Scott Patterson, 28, to a contract with their Albuquerque farm club of the Pacific Coast League. Patterson split the 1986 season between Albany of the Eastern League and Columbus of the International League.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 27, 2010 | By Yvonne Villarreal, Los Angeles Times Staff Writer
When Scott Patterson read the script for NBC's conspiracy thriller "The Event," he didn't exactly rush to RSVP. "To be quite honest, I just figured, 'Here we go with another big project that a bunch of movie stars are going to inhabit. Why bother?' " the 52-year-old actor said during a recent phone interview. Best known as Luke Danes, the always irritable diner owner -- with the backwards baseball cap -- on "Gilmore Girls," Patterson said the role seemed like a longshot. But he bothered, nonetheless.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 6, 1987
A Jamul man was killed Sunday afternoon on Proctor Valley Road in East County after he was ejected from the car he was driving when it overturned after rounding a curve, said Steven Lykins, a California Highway Patrol accident investigation officer. Robert Scott Patterson, 26, was pronounced dead at the scene. He was traveling about 60 m.p.h. almost a mile south of Melody Road in Jamul when the accident occurred, Lykins said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 17, 1995
Re "Armed Services Find It Tougher to Enlist New Recruits," April 8: So, young people are increasingly disinclined to serve in the military. Hmmm. Budget cuts, base closures, homosexuals in the military, nonstop deployments to Third World rat holes. Gee, I wonder why that is? SCOTT M. PATTERSON Upland
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 5, 1993
Hooray for Patrick J. Buchanan! ("America Has No Business in Bosnia," Column Right, April 27). From the din of the saber-rattling morons in Washington emerges, at last, the voice of sanity and well-informed, rational thought. I truly hope that President Clinton is listening. SCOTT M. PATTERSON Upland
BUSINESS
July 22, 2012 | By Jeremy Grant
Every time the image of the New York Stock Exchange trading floor and its clanging opening bell flashes up on morning business television, the great machine of American capitalism is on view. Here is a trading floor — the great trading floor of the NYSE — teeming with people handling orders. Here is Wall Street at work, channeling the savings of millions of Americans and other investor capital usefully through the system. I hate to break it to you, but this isn't how the markets work these days.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 28, 1994 | SUSAN KING, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Scott Patterson was a pitcher for the Atlanta Braves' and New York Yankees' triple-A teams for five disappointing years. "I was called up for the (majors) a few times, but they never activated me on the 25-man roster," Patterson acknowledges. "It was a little frustrating. That's why I walked away from it." And walked into acting. In fact, the blond, blue-eyed Patterson has finally made the majors thanks to Hollywood.
SPORTS
November 11, 1986
The Dodgers have signed free-agent pitcher Scott Patterson, 28, to a contract with their Albuquerque farm club of the Pacific Coast League. Patterson split the 1986 season between Albany of the Eastern League and Columbus of the International League.
BUSINESS
October 17, 2012 | By Lauren Beale, Los Angeles Times
Bret Disend, who manages the boy band Big Time Rush, has bought a condo in Beverly Hills for $844,000. The two-bedroom, two-bathroom pied-a-terre features 1,415 square feet of living space. The French-style building, built in 1937, features a courtyard. Big Time Rush was assembled for a Nickelodeon show in 2009 and has since made two albums and toured. Disend also manages the pop rock band Boys Like Girls, whose latest album is "Crazy World," and its lead singer Martin Johnson.
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