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Scott Agar-Jaicks
( ? - Nov. 2009)
Actor and Stagehand, Company Member at Actors Theatre of San Francisco
Scott Agar Jaicks Son of Agar Jaicks and the late Diana Roosevelt Jaicks, died on November 26, 2009, at 49 years of age. Scott was an actor with and a company member of the Actors Theatre of San Francisco. Many of Scott's strengths as a human being-his directness and honesty, his empathy for the aspirations and pain of others, his witty and critical take on mainstream culture, his subtle gentleness-were conveyed through his performances. These ranged from his portrayal of Eddie Carbone in Arthur Miller's A View from the Bridge, to the devilish Gutman in Tennessee Williams's Camino Real, to the broad comedy of Milt Manville in Murray Schisgall's Luv, to his portrayals of George in John Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men and Reverend Jim Casy in Steinbeck's The Grapes of Wrath. "Scott brought a great light to the stage, and every show he was in was better because of it," said Christian Phillips, Artistic Director of the Actors Theatre. Without having finished high school, Scott taught himself many things, including industrial and artistic carpentry, auto mechanics, welding and furniture design, digital film-making, still photography, and set design and construction. He was impatient and uncompromising with inauthenticity in all of its forms; he had a passion for original, pre-commercial rhythm and blues and offbeat films; and he had a great appreciation for classic American cars, whose parts could be found scattered across his garages, yards, and performance spaces throughout his adult life. As a son, a brother, an uncle, a lover, and a friend, Scott brought a unique combination of edginess and tenderness to his relationships. He was shy and strongly resisted anything he experienced as an intrusion, and yet he transmitted a quiet warmth and realness that was in its own way very beautiful and fostered deep connection. His non-imposing light-handed way of loving drew many to him, especially children and animals with whom Scott always had a special, easy kinship. With him when his body was found was one of the many feral cats that he was caring for near his home in the Martinez hills. At the age of 35, Scott met and bonded with his birth family, who further enriched his life for the next fourteen years. Scott was predeceased by his mother Diana, and is survived by his father Agar, his sister Lisa Jaicks, his brother-in-law Peter Gabel, and his nephew Sam Jaicks Gabel. He is also survived by his birth mother Lynn Danielle Sugayan, her four other children, and their families. A memorial service will be held on Saturday, December 12, at 2 p.m. at the First Unitarian Church, 1187 Franklin Street at Geary, in San Francisco. The family asks that those who wish to honor Scott's memory make a donation in Scott's name to the Actors Theatre of San Francisco, 855 Bush Street, San Francisco CA 94108 (or online at
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Jim Casy
The Grapes of Wrath, Sep. 2009
Of Mice and Men, Nov. 2008
LUV, Apr. 2008
Camino Real, Jan. 2008

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