Scott Cawthon Address, Phone No, Net Worth, Wife, Facebook, Twitter, and More:

Full Name

Scott Cawthon

Nick Name


Date of Birth

26 July 1971


50 years [As of 2021]



Birth Place

Houston, Texas








Game Designer, Developer Animator & Writer

Height (approx.)

in centimetres – 175cm in meters – 1.75 m

Weight (approx.)

in Kilograms – 55 Kg

Dress Size


Shoe Size


Eye Colour

Dark Brown

Hair Colour


About Scott Cawthon:

Cawthon’s career in game design and animation began in the 1990s. Cawthon revealed his first game (titled Doofas) during a live broadcast; he created the game when he was a child. This game later became a troll game as a “demo” of Ultimate Custom Night. His first official games came out in the early 2000s, one of the first known being RPG Max, released in 2002. He then joined Hope Animation, where he created children’s animations based on Christian values.

On March 19, 2007, Cawthon uploaded the first part of an eight-part series called The Pilgrim’s Progress to his YouTube channel, which was released as a feature film on DVD two years earlier. The animation is a cover of the novel of the same name by John Bunyan. After releasing The Pilgrim’s Progress, Cawthon developed several games, including Sit N ‘Survive, Chipper and Sons Lumber Co. and The Desolate Hope. Some of them have been submitted to Steam Greenlight. As The Desolate Hope went through the process, some games, most notably Chipper and Sons Lumber Co., were heavily criticized by prominent critics for having characters that moved and interacted with each other like animatronic machines. Although initially discouraged, almost to the point of stopping development of the game altogether, Cawthon ultimately decided to use the animatronic-type characters to his advantage, triggering the development of Five Nights at Freddy’s.

Dating Life:

He’s married with 5 kids.

Scott Cawthon Contact Details:

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Scott Cawthon Current Address:

Address: Houston, Texas, USA

Some Facts and Controversies About Scott Cawthon:

  • Scott Cawthon had nightmares about the games.
  • He voices phone guy
  • He has written the book The Silver Eyes

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