Scott at the 2009 Tribeca Film Festival for the premiere of Handsome Harry
|Born||Campbell Whalen Scott
July 19, 1961
New York City, New York, U.S.
|Alma mater||Lawrence University|
|Occupation||Actor, director, producer, voice artist|
|Spouse(s)||Anne Scott (1991–2002; divorced)
Kathleen McElfresh (2009-present)
|Parents||George C. Scott
Campbell Whalen Scott (born July 19, 1961) is an American actor, director, producer, and voice artist.
Scott was born on July 19, 1961 in New York City, the son of actors George C. Scott and Canadian-born Colleen Dewhurst. He graduated from Lawrence University in 1983. His brother is Alexander Scott.
In 1990, Scott played a lead role in the ground-breaking film Longtime Companion, which chronicles the early years of the AIDS/HIV epidemic and its impact upon a group of American friends. In the following year, Scott co-starred in the movie Dying Young (in which his mother also appeared) alongside Julia Roberts. He also appears in the 1992 movie Singles, and in 1996, he teamed up with Stanley Tucci to direct the film Big Night. The film met with critical acclaim and was nominated for the "Grand Jury Prize" at the Sundance Film Festival. For their work, Scott and Tucci won both the New York Film Critics Circle Award and the Boston Society of Film Critics Award for Best New Director.
In 2007, Campbell Scott lent his voice for the narration of a Chevron Corporation television ad, as well as the critically acclaimed Iraq War documentary film, No End in Sight. Next up for Scott was the 2009 drama Handsome Harry. Scott also has a recurring role on the USA drama Royal Pains.
On August 28, 2009, TVGuide.com confirmed Campbell Scott was cast for the third season of Damages. Scott was a series regular, playing Joe Tobin, the son of indicted Bernie Madoff-like Louis Tobin (Len Cariou). The season aired from January to April 2010.
In May 2010, Campbell Scott provided the voice-over for a new Häagen-Dazs TV commercial called "Ode to Flavor". The ad was created by Goodby, Silverstein & Partners, directed by Noah Marshall with art direction by Croix Cagnon. He played the role of Richard Parker, the father of Peter Parker, in the 2012 film The Amazing Spider-Man. Scott reprised his role in the 2014 film The Amazing Spider-Man 2.
Beginning in 2009, Scott appeared as Boris Von Jurgen-Ratenicz on TV series Royal Pains.
|1990||Sheltering Sky, TheThe Sheltering Sky||George Tunner|
|1990||Kennedys of Massachusetts, TheThe Kennedys of Massachusetts||Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr.||TV miniseries|
|1991||Dying Young||Victor Geddes||Nominated — MTV Movie Award for Best Breakthrough Performance|
|1993||Innocent, TheThe Innocent||Leonard|
|1994||Mrs. Parker and the Vicious Circle||Robert Benchley||Nominated — Independent Spirit Award for Best Actor|
|1995||Let It Be Me||Dr. Gabriel Rodman|
|1996||Daytrippers, TheThe Daytrippers||Eddie Masler||Also executive producer|
|1996||Big Night||Bob||Also co-producer and co-director with Stanley Tucci
Boston Society of Film Critics Award for Best New Director
New York Film Critics Circle Awards for Best New Director
Nominated — Deauville Film Festival Grand Special Prize Award
Nominated — Independent Spirit Award for Best First Film
Nominated — Sundance Film Festival Grand Jury Prize for Dramatic Feature
|1997||Spanish Prisoner, TheThe Spanish Prisoner||Joseph A. ‘Joe’ Ross|
|1998||Love Letter, TheThe Love Letter||Scott Corrigan||TV film|
|1998||Tale of Sweeney Todd, TheThe Tale of Sweeney Todd||Ben Carlyle||TV film|
|1998||Impostors, TheThe Impostors||Meistrich|
|1999||Top of the Food Chain||Dr. Karel Lamonte|
|1999||Lush||Lionel 'Ex' Exley|
|2000||Hamlet||Hamlet||TV film; also director and producer|
|2001||Follow the Stars Home||David McCune||TV film|
|2001||Final||N/A||Director and producer|
|2002||Pilot's Wife, TheThe Pilot's Wife||Roger Hart||TV film|
|2002||Roger Dodger||Roger Swanson||National Board of Review Award for Best Actor
Nominated — Independent Spirit Award for Best Actor
|2003||Secret Lives of Dentists, TheThe Secret Lives of Dentists||David Hurst||Also producer|
|2003||Off the Map||N/A||Director and producer|
|2004||Saint Ralph||Father George Hibbert||Nominated — Genie Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role|
|2004||Marie and Bruce||Tommy|
|2005||Exorcism of Emily Rose, TheThe Exorcism of Emily Rose||Ethan Thomas|
|2005||Dying Gaul, TheThe Dying Gaul||Jeffery Tishop||Also producer|
|2006||Final Days of Planet Earth||William Phillips||TV film|
|2007||Music and Lyrics||Sloan Cates|
|2007||No End in Sight||Narrator|
|2008||Phoebe in Wonderland||Principal Davis|
|2009||Handsome Harry||David Kagan|
|2009||National Parks: America's Best Idea, TheThe National Parks: America's Best Idea||Various Historical Figures||Voice|
|2009–present||Royal Pains||Boris Kuester von Jurgens-Ratenicz||TV series|
|2010||Damages||Joe Tobin||TV series (13 episodes)|
|2010||Beware the Gonzo||Arthur Gilman|
|2010||God in America||Narrator||Voice|
|2010||Eye of the Hurricane||Bill Folsom|
|2011||Love, Lots of It||The Man|
|2012||Amazing Spider-Man, TheThe Amazing Spider-Man||Richard Parker|
|2012||The Men Who Built America||Narrator||Four part miniseries docudrama|
|2014||Amazing Spider-Man 2, TheThe Amazing Spider-Man 2||Richard Parker|
- Adam Bryant (August 28, 2009). "Campbell Scott Joins Third Season of Damages". TVGuide.com. Retrieved August 28, 2009.
- Cwelich, Lorraine. "Campbell Scott on Roberts, Rossellini, and How to Stay Fresh". Interview Magazine. Retrieved September 20, 2011.
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to Campbell Scott.|
- Campbell Scott at the Internet Movie Database
- Campbell Scott at the Internet Broadway Database
- Campbell Scott at the Internet Off-Broadway Database