He's an acclaimed stage actor first and foremost
Movies and television appearances are cherries on top of Camp's main career as a theatrical thespian. His Broadway roles include a revered '90s production of The Seagull, 2012's Death of a Salesman (opposite Philip Seymour Hoffman), and this year's The Crucible, which earned him his first Tony nomination. Camp's played every type of role in nearly every major city in America, ranging from Eugene O'Neill's Long Day’s Journey Into Night, Steve Martin's play Picasso at the Lapin Agile, and a slew of Shakespearean classics.
When his career first escalated, Camp ditched the acting world and became a waiter
In 2002, after earning an Obie award for his work on Tony Kushner's Homebody/Kabul, Camp moved to California, where his girlfriend (now wife) Elizabeth Marvel starred on the TV series The District. Instead of carving out a place in the film or TV world, he opted for a series of unrelated jobs: landscaper, waiter, cook, and even working at a friend's garage.