Campbell Scott is an American actor-director and a voice artist, who achieved worldwide fame through films like 'The Amazing Spiderman' and its sequel. Campbell inherited acting skills from his father, George G. Scott, who himself was an actor. Campbell started his acting career early with the film 'Longtime Companion,' a film that revolved around the very early years of the HIV/Aids epidemic in the world. He played the main lead in the low budget film, and his performance was appreciated widely. After that, it can't be said that his career went towards superstardom, but it was a moderately successful career with a few good films here and there. In 1991, he appeared in a film named 'Dying Young' alongside Julia Roberts, which was another big thing for a young actor, and made him critics' favorite. Sometime later, when he tried his hand at directing, he struck gold with the 1996 film 'Big Night' as the film went on winning the Grand Jury prize at the Sundance film festival. Campbell kept appearing in films and TV shows and also provided his voice to some Stephen King and Hemingway audiobooks. Of late, he's acted in the political thriller show 'Houses of Cards.' He has been married to Kathleen McElfresh since May 30, 2009. He was previously married to Anne Scott.