Oz Scott (born Osborne E. Scott) is an American director and producer.
Oz was born in Hampton, Virgina on September 16, 1949. He attended NYU's Tisch School of the Arts and earned a MFA before he began his career in Washington D.C.'s Arena Stage. While at the Arena Stage, he managed the improvisational touring company The Living Stage. He then moved on to directing on and off Broadway plays including For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow Is Enuf, which earned him a Drama Desk Award in 1977, in 1982 he also directed a television version. In 1981, he directed his first feature film, Bustin' Loose.In 2008, Scott was named the associate artistic director of the Negro Ensemble Company where he was also named to the board of directors.
He currently lives in Sherman Oaks, CA with his wife. Together, they have three children.