Scott Stapp is best known for his role as frontman of Creed and his solo rock career, but he will be portraying a singer from a very different genre in an upcoming film about President Ronald Reagan.
In a post on Facebook, Stapp confirmed that he would be playing the role of easy listening and jazz vocalist Frank Sinatra. Stapp said that he is “excited to a part of this incredible film” and shared a link to a Billboard Magazine article.
The article says that Reagan is a biopic about the former president that “will include a scene in which Stapp will perform as Sinatra at the famed Cocoanut Grove, at a time when Ronald Reagan was president of the Screen Actors Guild and the club was a staple of old Hollywood.”
The movie is planned for a 2021 release.
Scott Stapp released his most recent solo album in 2019, The Space Between The Shadows. The album features hit singles like “Purpose For Pain” and “The World I Used to Know.” Keep up with Scott Stapp by following him on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.