Larry B. Scott
Many who grew up in the early '90s have fond memories of the syndicated 1990-1992 kids' sci-fi TV series "Super Force." It was Larry B. Scott's character of research scientist F.X. Spinner who invented the lethal combat suit worn by astronaut-turned-vigilante Zachary Stone (Ken Olandt), on the hunt for his brother's murderers. Brown was also an integral part of the feature film comedy franchise "Revenge of the Nerds," appearing as effeminate geek fraternity member Lamar Latrelle Grace in 1984, 1987, and 1992 (as well as in a 1994 TV movie). In the end, his character was revealed to be gay. The same year he launched that run, Brown also graced an even more beloved '80s Hollywood film, "The Karate Kid." Scott has also worked steadily. Mostly as a TV actor, racking up along the way the prized credit of a "Seinfeld" episode. Very early in his career, Scott appeared in a 1978 CBS-TV movie about the life story of Ron LeFlore, the Michigan ex-con who became a major league baseball star with the Detroit Tigers, Montreal Expos, and Chicago White Sox. Scott played the part of LeFlore's son Gerald. In 2010, he started directing comedy shorts.