Scott Bryce is an American actor best known for his role as Craig Montgomery on the television soap opera As the World Turns, from 1982-2008.
Bryce rejoined As the World Turns in April 2007, having previously portrayed the role from 1982 to 1994. Bryce is a two-time Daytime Emmy Award nominee for Outstanding Lead Actor and a two-time Soap Opera Digest nominee.
A veteran actor, Bryce has appeared in several primetime television series including Murphy Brown, Popular, Sex and the City, ER, Reba, The Golden Girls and Law & Order.
Bryce appeared in the Academy Award nominated film, Up Close and Personal as Rob Sullivan and in the Mel Gibson blockbuster, Lethal Weapon 3.
A fan of both stage and screen, Bryce starred in Broadway productions of Caesar and Cleopatra and Sally's Gone She Left her Name.
Bryce is the Manager of Development of Original Programming and Features at the Docere Palace Studios, one of America's prime producers of non-fiction content, in Norwalk, Connecticut. He has been a producer/director for prominent clients including Canada Dry, Grey Advertising, GE, and American Express.
Born in New York City, Bryce studied at the Juilliard School of Arts. His showbiz lineage spans at least four generations and notably, his father Ed Bryce portrayed Bill Bauer on Guiding Light.
During his free time, Bryce enjoys playing the guitar and producing videos for recording artists. Bryce and his wife Jodi Stevens welcomed their first child, son Jackson in 2006.