THE VIOLET HOUR ”Sometimes you gotta jump outside your comfort zone,” says Scott Foley, 31. ”That’s when the greatest strides are made – and when you get the biggest kick in the balls.” His self-revolution won’t be televised: The ”Felicity” star is heading to Broadway with Robert Sean Leonard in ”The Violet Hour” (opening Nov. 6 at the renovated Biltmore Theatre). The mystical 1919-set drama features Foley – here at a fitting – as an F. Scott Fitzgerald-type novelist. ”Everything I was missing in acting, but didn’t know I’d been missing,” he says, ”I’ve now found.”
(Scott Foley Photographed by ALex Tehrani)
Posted October 10 2003 — 12:00 AM EDT
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