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The Kerri Edelman Show presents Author Scott Schiaffo

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Scott Henry Schiaffo was born in Passaic, New Jersey. He currently resides in Bergen County, New Jersey. Schiaffo recently released his poetry book titled 'Vicious Dogs Attack Me in Sleepless Nights of Summer,' which is available on amazon.com! Schiaffo is also an actor/musician who plays guitar, keyboards, bass and harmonica.  He is best known to independent film fans as The Chewlies Gum Guy from Kevin Smith's 1994 independent cult classic Clerks.  Schiaffo has appeared in several feature films as well as many shorts since his big screen debut debut in the seminal cult comedy classic Clerks.  He's appeared in films alongside Michael DeLorenzo in The Garden State and Selma Blair in The Broccoli Theory.  He was also featured in the View Askew produced - Lions Gate distributed motion picture VULGAR, which enjoyed a run in art house theaters on both coasts.  VULGAR has gone on to become a cult film and remains highly controversial.  Schiaffo appeared as Detective Mike Tobin in New Artists Productions LINGER.  LINGER was screened and featured in the Big Apple Film Festival and very well received.  Scott played the lead, Mo Fletcher in IDIOTS ARE US which won BEST COMEDY FEATURE at the New York Film and Video Festival.  In 2011 Schiaffo appeared in Tom Zanca's  Echos & Voices and in MPR Films Don’t Shoot both titles are available for purchase on Amazon.  In July 2011, Don’t Shoot won Best Low Budget Short at the Jersey Shore Film Festival and was also featured in the Big Apple Film Festival.  For more information on Scott Schiaffo, visit www.ScottSchiaffo.com.