L. Scott Caldwell

L. Scott Caldwell is a film, television, and theatre actress, best known as Rose Nadler on ABC’s Lost and Enid Adams on TNT’s Southland.

Theatre credits include her Broadway debut as Woman One/Pattie Mae Wells in Home (Cort Theatre), Clemma Diggins in Proposals (Broadhurst Theatre), Bertha Holly in Joe Turner’s Come and Gone (Ethel Barrymore Theatre), and Mrs. Baker in A Month of Sundays (Ritz Theatre); Off-Broadway, in her OBIE Award-winning performance as May N’ Kame in Going to St. Ives (59E59 Theater), Black Woman in The Redeemer and Raimy in Nightlife (Theatre Four), Catherine/Addie/Nadine/Ida in Colored People’s Time (Cherry Lane Theatre), Ruth in Old Phantoms, Afrodite in A Season to Unravel, and Gail in The Daughters of the Mock (St. Mark’s Playhouse); and regionally, as Lena Younger in A Raisin in the Sun (Ebony Repertory) and Sarah Breedlove/Madame C.J. Walker in The Dreams of Sarah Breedlove (Goodman Theatre).