Theodore R. Scott

Theodore R. “Ted” Scott, a former Honolulu radio personality and actor, died Thursday Oct. 28 in Redlands. He was 85.

Scott came to Hawaii in 1950 as a radio announcer for station KULA. He worked for various stations over the years.

He was a co-founder of the Windward Theatre Guild in the early 1950s and starred in many of its productions. He also was a member of the Screen Actors Guild and appeared in numerous television series and movies made in Hawaii. At one time, he was a supporting character in the “Hawaii Five-O” series.

Survivors include two daughters and three grandchildren.

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