Scott Martin

Scott Martin

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Scott Martin is an actor. Scott Martin's recent filmography includes the movies Timber the Treasure Dog (2015) and P-51 Dragon Fighter (2014). On Spotify, Scott Martin has a small audience with only around a hundred followers and a popularity score of 18 out of 100 as of 2018. His most popular track on Spotify is "Cafe Cubano (Martin)" from the album Cafe Cubano.

Scott Martin Movies

Timber the Treasure Dog
Timber the Treasure Dog
  • Producer
P-51 Dragon Fighter
P-51 Dragon Fighter
  • Lt. John Robbins
Texas Chainsaw
Texas Chainsaw
  • Hargrove/Bartender
Battle Force
Battle Force
  • Actor
  • Director
  • Producer
  • Screenwriter
The Rig
The Rig
  • Dobbs
  • Screenwriter
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As of 2018, Scott Martin has appeared in about 6 movies. Some of the most recent Scott Martin movies include Timber the Treasure Dog, P-51 Dragon Fighter, and Texas Chainsaw. Timber the Treasure Dog was released in 2015. P-51 Dragon Fighter, released in 2014, featured Scott Martin as Lt. John Robbins. Scott Martin played the role of Hargrove/Bartender in Texas Chainsaw, released in 2013.

Scott Martin Popular Songs

Cafe Cubano1
Cafe Cubano (Martin)
Cafe Cubano
No Point Trying2
No Point Trying - Original Mix
No Point Trying - Single
A Love Like Mine (Vocal Mix)3
A Love Like Mine - Vocal Mix
A Love Like Mine (Vocal Mix) - Single
The Last Bullfighter4
The Last Bullfighter
Cafe Cubano5
Fried Neckbones (Bobo)
Cafe Cubano
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As of 2018, Scott Martin has a hundred followers and a popularity score of 18 on Spotify. Cafe Cubano and No Point Trying - Single are some of the more popular Scott Martin albums. Notable tracks from these albums include Cafe Cubano (Martin), Cafe Cubano (Martin), and No Point Trying - Original Mix. Cafe Cubano (Martin) is Scott Martin's most popular track, scoring 24 out of 100 on the popularity scale. Cafe Cubano (Martin) and No Point Trying - Original Mix have popularity scores of 24 and 12, respectively. The Spotify popularity score is on a scale from 0 to 100 and reflects the number of times the song has been played and how recently it has been played.

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