KERI RUSSELL ("Felicity") traveled from San Francisco to the Big Apple to be near him. GWYNETH PALTROW sang "sweet nothings" to him. Who is this charming Hollywood newcomer, able to lure in the sexiest starlets with one adorable grin? It's SCOTT SPEEDMAN. Get used to that name -- because you are only going to see and hear much more show business "buzz" about this screen stud.
Born in London, England and raised in Toronto, Canada, Scott was always very athletic, into running, basketball, tennis and swimming. By the age of 12, he was already receiving recognition as one of the members of the relay swim team that held the national record for the 400-meter medley. In 1992, Scott made quite a splash at the Olympic trials for swimming, but unfortunately sustained a neck injury that forced him to quit.
Needless to say, Scott didn't snag the coveted role of Batman's trusty sidekick, but he did get an agent -- and discovered his new passion in acting. Before getting his big "break" as Ben Covington on the hit series "Felicity" in 1998, Scott appeared in numerous productions, such as the "Nancy Drew" TV Series (1995), The tele-flick "Rescuers: Stories of Courage" opposite LINDA HAMILTON (1997), and thefunny Canadian feature, 'Kitchen Party' (1997).
When he's not working, Scott still loves to get out and play a mean round of tennis or basketball. He also loves to hike, camp and read. And the best part of his personal profile? He is still single... but probably not for long!
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