Scott Bryce

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Scott Bryce
Born Scott Macalister Bryce
(1958-01-06) January 6, 1958 (age 59)
New York City, New York, U.S.
Other names Scott M. Bryce
Occupation Film, television actor
Years active 1988-present
Spouse(s) Jodi Stevens (2003-present) (1 child)

Scott Macalister Bryce (born January 6, 1958), sometimes credited as Scott M. Bryce, is an American film and television actor. Bryce is perhaps best known for his portrayal of Craig Montgomery on As the World Turns.

Biography[edit]

Bryce was born in New York, New York, the son of the late daytime actor Ed Bryce, who for many years played Bill Bauer on The Guiding Light.[1] Bryce grew up in Westport, Connecticut and attended Staples High School where he was an active member of The Staples Players student theater group. He appeared at the Palace Theater on Broadway in Caesar & Cleopatra starring Rex Harrison in February 1977.

Bryce, a two-time Daytime Emmy nominee, has found many ways to keep busy. The actor opened a three-camera television studio in an old vaudeville theater in Connecticut. Bryce has also made numerous appearances in primetime, including Murphy Brown, on which he played the recurring role of Faith Ford's husband Will Forrest, The Facts of Life, ER, Law & Order, Reba and Sex and the City. In addition, the actor appeared as Dr. Crosby in a handful of episodes of ABC's One Life to Live in March 2006.

Bryce is perhaps best known for the role of Craig Montgomery. He joined As the World Turns in 1982 and was initially paired with Meg Ryan. He continued in the role until 1987, and then made several short term-returns over the years until he departed in 1994. The show re-hired Bryce in 2007, but it was announced in January 2008 that he had been released from the role.[2]

In 2014, Bryce played Senator Tom Wesley in the soap opera web series Beacon Hill.[3][4]

Awards and nominations for As the World Turns[edit]

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