January 6, 1958
From 1982 to 2008, actor Scott Bryce made his mark as Craig Montgomery on the soap opera "As the World Turns." Reviled and beloved by fans, Montgomery was a well-dressed corporate sociopath who would step on anyone who stood in his way. For over two decades, Bryce's Montgomery lied, bribed, kidnapped, stole, and murdered his way to the top -- and viewers couldn't get enough of it. In 2006, Bryce increased his exposure on daytime television even more, playing the comparatively mild-mannered psychiatrist Dr. Crosby on multiple episodes of "One Life to Live." Aside from soap operas, Bryce also left an impression on sitcoms, appearing on "The Facts of Life" in 1988 and "The Golden Girls" in 1990, among others. Bryce made a trip to the big screen in "Lethal Weapon 3." And from 1990 to 1992, the actor played the husband of Corky Sherwood (Faith Ford) on the newsroom comedy series "Murphy Brown," starring Candice Bergen in the title role.