“I can’t read at my house.”Speedman was an integral member of the WB Brat Pack (along with Dawson’s Creek sirens Michelle Williams and Katie Holmes, Buffy star Sarah Michelle Gellar, and 7th Heaven’s Jessica Biel).
In living rooms across America, while adult viewers drooled over George Clooney on ER, their teenage kids were madly in love with Speedman.
A lot of the other patrons there are working on screenplays, but Speedman doesn’t see himself as a writer because he struggles with narrative structure.
Former That 70s Show actor Topher Grace and Palmer were an item after working on flashback film Take Me Home Tonight together, with the pair having first dated in 2007 and getting back together several years later.
The horrifying events that took place in the Hoyt family's vacation home at 1801 Clark Road on February 11, 2005 are still not entirely known.
As Ben Covington, he played the chiseled athlete who prompted Felicity (Keri Russell) to drop out of Stanford at the last minute and enroll in a New York university, just so that she could gaze at her high-school crush between lectures.
Once the show became a hit in 1998, Speedman not only looked like an A-list star—he was also living the life of one.
Even though critics hated the movie, Speedman has fond memories. But he concedes, “If I had to sing in that movie, I wouldn’t have gotten it.” wrapped in 2002, many of his costars graduated to bigger projects.
He returns this week with a supporting role in The Vow, but as he tells Ramin Setoodeh, continuing to act in Hollywood has been an uphill battle.
On most days, Scott Speedman—the ex-dreamboat from the WB drama Felicity—spends his mornings hunched over a laptop at a local coffee shop near his home in Los Angeles.
It was supposed to be a night of celebration for Kristen Mc Kay (Liv Tyler)...
Scott Speedman made the hearts of millions of teens flutter as Ben on the WB’s college drama Felicity.