Scott McKay Net Worth

Scott McKay was born on December 02, 1960 in  Pleasantville, Iowa, United States, is Actor. Scott McKay was born on May 28, 1915 in Pleasantville, Iowa, USA as Carl Chester Gose. He was an actor, known for Armchair Theatre (1956), Play of the Week (1959) and Kiss and Tell (1945). He was married to Anna-Marie Hickey, Ann Sheridan, Joan Morgan and Margaret Spickers. He died on March 16, 1987 in New York City, New York, USA.
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Who is it? Actor
Birth Day December 02, 1960
Birth Place  Pleasantville, Iowa, United States
Age 60 YEARS OLD
Birth Sign Gemini
Preceded by Éric Laporte
Succeeded by François Legault
Political party Green → Parti Québécois

💰 Net worth: Under Review

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Biography/Timeline

1986

In 1986, he was elected to Montreal's City Council as candidate of Jean Doré's Rassemblement des citoyens et citoyennes de Montréal (RCM) for the district of Honoré-Beaugrand. He was re-elected in 1990, but lost to Ivon Le Duc in 1994 as Pierre Bourque became mayor.

1987

McKay was born to a francophone mother and an Irish-anglophone father in the town of Montréal-Est. He has completed a M.Sc. in Environmental sciences at the Université du Québec à Montréal and is currently working in the field of water treatment. He also obtained a bachelor's degree in sciences at the UQAM in 1987.

2006

McKay became leader of the Green Party of Quebec on May 28, 2006. The party ran candidates in 108 out of Quebec's 125 districts in 2007. None of them was elected. McKay himself finished fourth in the district of Bourget with 2,632 ballots and about 8.09% of the vote. The winner was Diane Lemieux of the Parti Québécois.

2008

On December 8, 2008, he was elected as an MNA for the PQ in the riding of L'Assomption. Due to riding redistribution, McKay ran in the new riding of Repentigny in the 2012 Quebec election and won. Eighteen months later, McKay was defeated by Coalition Avenir Québec candidate Lise Lavallée in the 2014 Quebec election.