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Adam Scott: There Is Something There For Everyone

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It didn't come easy, but Adam Scott says he was destined to work in TV and movies.

Adam. who's best known for his role on NBC's "Parks and Recreation," co-stars in the new Ben Stiller movie, "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty."

Scott tells The Independent that his early days were fraught with hard times. "I had some tough moments in the start, around 1993," he says. "I remember once I hadn't eaten in a day and a half, and I didn't have any money. My grandma sent me a check, and I remember buying a giant bag of cheap bagels. I just sat on the ground outside the grocery store and starting eating. I was a starving actor, that was as bad as it got."

It's gotten a lot better for Adam, as you can see for yourself when he speaks with Steve Edwards and Araksya Karapeteyan on Good Day L.A.

Fun facts about Adam Scott (Source: Wikipedia)

1.) Adam is an American film and television actor. He is known for his roles as Derek in the movie Step Brothers, Henry Pollard in the Starz comedy series Party Down, and as Ben Wyatt in the NBC comedy Parks and Recreation.

2.) One of his earliest roles was in Hellraiser: Bloodline. He has appeared in several feature films, including Who Loves the Sun (2006), Monster-in-Law (2005), The Aviator (2004), Torque (2004), High Crimes (2002), Star Trek: First Contact (1996), and The Lesser Evil (1998). In 2007-08, he had a cameo as a nurse in Knocked Up, and played Will Ferrell's biological brother Derek in Step Brothers, as well as Josh in the dot-com drama August. Scott played a supporting role in Alexandre Aja's remake Piranha 3-D, playing a character similar to Bradford Dillman's character from the original. He also played Jeremy in Leap Year. Scott's name appears next to Jon Hamm's in the movie Anchorman in one of the broadcast's credits. In an appearance on G4's Attack of the Show program on April 21, 2011, Scott confirmed that this was due to his and Hamm's friendship with producer Shauna Robertson, who put their names in the credits as an Easter egg.

‘The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty' opens on Christmas Day.

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