In the early years of the millennium, Reid Scott established himself as the boyishly handsome everyguy du jour in a succession of mostly comedic TV outings. A native of Upstate New York, Scott traveled the well-worn path to New York, doing both theater and soaps before eventually relocating to Los Angeles, where he found a national audience on the short-lived, gay-meets-straight culture-clash outing "It's All Relative" (ABC, 2003-04). Though that stint did not last a full season, he made a more lasting imprint in the ensemble cast of the critically adored TBS original comedy series, "My Boys" (2006-2010). In 2010, he popped up again on the edgy cable comedy, "The Big C" (HBO, 2010-13), playing the oncologist on the bold comedy tracking a woman's battle with cancer. Wielding a preternaturally disarming smile and affable demeanor, Scott carved a niche as an actor with both matinee idol charms and boy-next-door accessibility.