Little did Scott know at the time that that onscreen "date" would eventually lead to him finding his future wife.
“Subsequently, in around September, I told [executive producer] Ken [Corday], because there was no reason not to; I had made up my mind. And then I thought, ‘No, I’ll stay for one more year.’ I wanted to give the writers time to be able to tie up the storyline. I’m glad that I stayed one more year than I initially intended.” Photo Credit: Howard Wise/JPI Studios as used on data-medium-file=" data-large-file=" class="size-full wp-image-41076" src=" alt="Howard Wise/JPI Studios" width="640" height="400" srcset=" sizes="(max-width: 640px) 100vw, 640px" / Losing Scott’s EJ — a leading character on the canvas — may have come as quite a blow for Corday, but if so, he seems to have handled it well.
At least, that’s what it seems from Scott’s description of the conversation in which he told his boss that he didn’t plan on renewing his contract with the drama series.
But it’s not the “tall, dark and handsome” thing he usually emanates that’s turning heads.
Rather, it’s a calm, relaxed and seriously happy vibe that’s giving him a remarkable glow and an aura of magnetism.
"Although I've been advised not to say anything , I will say, I'm only 'Megan something.' I don't control the media but we all know who does.