Scott Anderson, a well-known writer of comedy, wrote the original play called The Best Two Years of My Life. Andersons stage production of The Best Two Years of My Life was based on his own LDS mission. The stage production was a hit and played over 100 performances at venues throughout the western United States. In 2003, Anderson adapted the original stage play to fit the big screen. Anderson is a veteran of over 100 productions. In 1975, Anderson was awarded the Best Actor Award in the state of Utah and received several performing scholarships. Studying theater at Dixie College and the University of Utah as well as playwrighting and film studies enabled him to have a well-rounded Arts education. He received numerous Most Outstanding Performance and Best Actor awards. Summerstock, Dinner Theatre, Community Theatre and Regional Theater followed. In 1982, he wrote the stage play, The Best Two Years of My Life. The musical, The Family Plan, was also penned by Anderson and has received critical acclaim as well as sold-out houses throughout the West. Anderson has directed thirty productions including Community and Professional theater. Annie, with Harve Presnell, West Side Story, The Music Man, Once Upon a Mattress, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, The Star Spangled Girl, The Foreigner and The Best Two Years of My Life are among his credits. He has also appeared in over fifty radio and television commercials and several feature films.
- The Best Two Years (2004)