Dorff's first major film role was in The Gate (1987), a horror film about a boy who, along with a friend, discovers a hole in his back yard that is a gateway to Hell.
In 1992, he starred in The Power of One opposite Sir John Gielgud, Morgan Freeman, and Daniel Craig. In 1996, he starred in the movie Space Truckers and as Candy Darling in I Shot Andy Warhol, a film about Valerie Solanas, the woman infamous for shooting pop-art icon Andy Warhol.
Scott, 30, sported a pair of striped trunks, sunglasses and blue hat, while Charlotte wore a black-and-white bikini, which she paired with frayed denim shorts during their beach outing.
Dorff started acting in the late 1980s, landing only minor roles at first.
“It is with immeasurable grief that we learn of the passing of our friend Andrew Dorff.
Our songwriting community is small and close and this loss will hurt us all deeply. He was an elite songwriter at the peak of his life and career. May we all hug each other a little tighter this week and remember that life is fragile.
However, the romance rumours between the two were quickly dismissed at that time."They are definitely not dating.
They've hung out a couple of times – they barely know each other yet.
In 1993, director Marty Callner hired him to star alongside teen idol Alicia Silverstone in the music video Cryin' by American rock band Aerosmith. He was one of the first actors to act in the first digitally downloadable movie, Sight Sound.com's Quantum Project, also starring John Cleese.