Interview with Scream Queen Scout Taylor-Compton (Rob Zombie’s Halloween)

The Convention Junkies sat down with vivacious “Scream Queen” Scout Taylor-Compton — most known for portraying ‘Laurie Strode’ in “Halloween” (2007) and “Halloween II” (2009), as ‘Lita Ford’ in “The Runaways” (2010) and for the recurring role of Erin on TV’s “Nashville” (2015-2016) — to discuss the evolution of her career and listen to her fascinating behind-the-scenes stories at the 2019 C.A.P.E. (Cornwall Area Pop Event).Scout Taylor-Compton (born February 21st, 1989) is an American feature film and television actress who earned the moniker ‘Scream Queen’ for appearing in numerous horror films. Her many feature film credits include narrating on, and singing the theme song “Jet Set” for, the film “Chicken Night” (2001), voice acting in “I Am Sam” (2001) and “The Core” (2013), “7 Songs” (2003), “13 Going on 30” (2004), “Sleepover” (2004), voice acting in “The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement” (2004) and “Sky High” (2005), “Tomorrow is Today” (2006), “Wicked Little Things” (2006), “An American Crime” (2007), “April Fool’s Day” (2008), “Obsessed” (2009), “Smile Pretty” (2009), “The First Time” (2009), “Love Ranch” (2010), “Triple Dog” (2010), “247°F” (2011), “The Silent Thief” (2012), “Wet and Reckless” (2013), “7500” (2013), “Tag” (2015), “Return to Sender” (2015), “Get the Girl” (2017), “Dirty Lies” (2017), “Ghost House” (2017), “Feral” (2017), “After Party” (2017), “Diverted Eden” (2017), “Andover” (2018), “Cynthia” (2018), “Randy’s Canvas” (2018) and “Edge of Insanity” (2018).Scout’s television credits, also extensive, include “Ally McBeal” (2000), “Charmed” (2000 & 2003-06), “ER” (2001), “Gilmore Girls” (2001–04), “The Lyon’s Den” (2003), “The Guardian” (2003–04), “The Division” (2004), “Unfabulous” (2004-05), “Cold Case” (2005), “That’s So Raven” (2005), “Without a Trace” (2006), “Standoff” (2006), “Close to Home” (2007), “Bones” (2007), “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” (2010), “NCIS: Los Angeles’ (2010), “CSI: NY” (2011), “Breakout Kings” (2011), “Grey’s Anatomy” (2012), “Major Crimes” (2014) and “Rosewood” (2016).On stage, she has played the title roles in the musicals “Annie” and “Annie Warbucks,” and in the drama “Anne Frank.” She also participates in charity projects for disabled and disadvantaged children as a ‘Celebrity Youth Member’ of “Kids With a Cause.”

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