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  • Software engineerNovember 2016 to presentLos Angeles, California
  • PresidentJanuary 2007 to presentValencia, Santa Clarita, California
    Technology consulting
  • Actor/Writer/ProducerJanuary 2007 to presentHollywood
    Scott Ganyo is a writer, actor and producer in Los Angeles. You've seen him in The Dark Knight, many award-winning indie films, ComedySportz, and Comedy Central. When not on a set, Scott enjoys practicing martial arts, hiking, SCUBA, and rock climbing.
  • Senior Software EngineerAugust 2012 to November 2016Los Angeles, California
  • Software engineer2011 to 2012Santa Monica, California
    I can't say. It's secret.
About Scott
  • Technologist and Storyteller

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    Now widely known as an award-winning producer and writer, the star of several feature films, and a recognized face on TV, Scott hasn't always been a professional entertainer. He founded his third company, Imp Films, in 2008 and joined the entertainment industry only after having established himself as...

    A successful Internet Entrepreneur. Scott was a founder and CTO of the amazingly successful Software as a Service membership and e-commerce platform for nonprofit organizations, Now Scott runs Ganyo Enterprises, a consulting group focused on large-scale enterprise search and data. He is also a founding member and member of the Project Management Committee of the Apache Lucene search project.

    Although usually described as "charming" and "funny" by folks that know him, evil-doers in a Gotham alley could reasonably confuse him with a certain "dark knight" (who's tights he's worn) - as he is a black belt studying Jeet Kune Do under Bruce Lee's student, Jerry Poteet. And if all that isn't enough, this Hoosier Ninja was named Time Magazine's Person of the Year in 2006 and beat even Hugh Grant's and Judd Apatow's IMDB STARmeter rankings in 2008. Seriously.
Favorite Quotes
  • Filmmaking is a chance to live many lifetimes. - Robert Altman

    Where the spirit does not work with the hand, there is no art. - Leonardo da Vinci

    First say to yourself what you would be; and then do what you have to do. - Epictetus

    Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic. - Arthur C. Clarke