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Born in Florida, USA

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Scott Allan Campbell is a skilled character lead, known for portraying tough, working-class characters. Campbell was born in Florida on August 6th, 1959. He graduated from the University of West Virginia and made his small-screen acting debut in his mid-twenties in the TV series St. Elsewhere (1982). During the 1980s he could be seen in others, like 21 Jump Street (1987) and some movies, including Terrorist on Trial: The United States vs. Salim Ajami (1988).

Campbell's most memorable role on the big screen during the 1990s was in the Civil War drama Gettysburg (1993). Next, he made an impressive appearance with a two-part episode on the TV show The X-Files (1993). Campbell's most visible part on television since 1994 has been on NYPD Blue (1993), where he played the hard-nosed Detective Sergeant Martens of the Internal Affairs Bureau.

Scott Allan Campbell has had prominent guest-starring roles on the shows Boston Public (2000) and 24 (2001) will have seen him in prominent guest-starring roles, while catching up with him during the last decade in smaller guest star spots in very well known shows such as Family Law (1999), Crossing Jordan (2001), Without a Trace (2002), The West Wing (1999), Boston Legal (2004) and Criminal Minds (2005). When not acting, Campbell works at Besant Hill School of Happy Valley in Ojai, California as the Performing Arts Chair, acting teacher, and director of the school plays.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Floridian87

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Patty (? - ?)

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