Scot Nery is a comedy entertainer who performs a pancake juggling show around the world, works in television and film, and creates theatrical prop-oriented productions.
Scot is perhaps most famous as ‘The Pancake Juggler’. But pancakes aren’t the only twist that takes his performances beyond the conventional juggling routine. His innovative programs can range from 8 to 60 minutes, and have must-see elements like hilarious duck tape yo-yo tricks, daring backpack escapes, kooky balancing acts, and challenging stunts on a “low-tech Segway”. Scot is an expert at customizing a show for your audience, venue, and occasion—and interacting and responding continuously to the spontaneously shifting needs of the crowd. Scot is utterly reliable off-stage and terrifically electric on.
Whatever Scot’s role in a performance or event, he provides a rare value: connection. He’s been an emcee for McDonald’s corporate, played a character hosting a Disney video, entertained at the prestigious Beverly Center, and conducted interviews and smoothly ushered audiences through talks at the Life Is Good Festival. Any competent emcee can clearly introduce a speaker; Scot is able to react on-the-fly to changing situations, relay the significance of a speaker or an event, and amplify a crowd’s enthusiasm.
Scot's unique and acclaimed performances combine his one-of-a-kind personality and newfangled object manipulation. Every show is a refreshing splash of unexpected ingenuity.
Audiences love a fearless, carefree performer; they can relax and have fun. Scot's comic daring is infectious; his crowds cheer for every attempt, and positively rejoice at his successes.
Chuckles are for kids. Scot elicits full-bodied, rolling, rollicking laughter. Foot-stomping, thigh-slapping release. And he does it on purpose. And he does it every time.
Try following Scot's "Stage Geek" posts to see what he discovers about great live shows.
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