Family & Companions
Scott Valentine is best remembered for his role as Justine Bateman's not-so-smart artist boyfriend Nick Moore on the hit NBC sitcom "Family Ties," playing the character from 1985 to 1989. A spinoff show, "The Art of Being Nick," failed to ignite any interest and only the pilot episode was ever aired. Beyond "Family Ties," Valentine has starred in a number of straight-to-video movies and little known theatrical features, including the supernatural rom-com "My Demon Lover," the sex-crime docudrama "Without Her Consent," and the mutant-baby horror "The Unborn II." He has guest starred on a number of television shows as well-the HBO anthology show "The Hitchhiker," "Midnight Caller" (starring Gary Cole),"Walker, Texas Ranger," and the lurid forensics procedural "CSI.: NY," among others. An appearance on the '90s take on the Man of Steel ,"Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman," coupled with a contribution to the celebrated "Batman: The Animated Series," prompted Valentine to pursue further superhero-centered voice work on such animated series as "Iron Man" and "Batman Beyond."