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Initially, Camp was largely active in theatre, but has taken on character roles in both film and television. In 2002, he left acting and temporarily changed professions (working as a cook and mechanic), only to return two years later in Tony Kushner's Homebody/Kabul, for which he won an Obie Award (Off-Broadway Theater Awards).
Among his works on Broadway are Heartbreak House (2006), Death of a Salesman (2012) and The Crucible (2016). In 2006, Camp joined Philip Bosco and Lily Rabe in the Broadway revival of Heartbreak House at the Roundabout Theatre Company's American Airlines Theatre. In 2012, Camp joined Philip Seymour Hoffman and Andrew Garfield in Mike Nichols' Broadway revival of Death of a Salesman at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre. The show ran from March 15, 2012, through June 2, 2012 and earned rave reviews, and won the Tony Award for Best Revival of a Play. In 2016, he starred in the Broadway revival of The Crucible alongside Saoirse Ronan, Ben Whishaw, Ciaran Hinds and Sophie Okenedo at the Walter Kerr Theatre. He received a Tony Award for Best Featured Actor in a Play nomination for The Crucible.
Off-Broadway credits include starring as Gordon in Sarah Ruhl's Dead Man's Cell Phone at Playwrights Horizons in 2008, before having to withdraw due to other work commitments.
Camp has been in a wide variety of films such as Lincoln (2012), 12 Years a Slave (2013), Love and Mercy (2015), Loving (2016), Molly's Game (2017), Woman Walks Ahead (2017), Vice (2018), Wildlife (2018), Dark Waters (2019), Joker (2019), and The Kitchen (2019).
On August 30, 2021, it was announced that Camp will appear as Matthew Burke in an adaptation of Stephen King's Salem's Lot for Warner Bros. Pictures and New Line Cinema.
In 2011, he appeared in the second season of the HBO TV series Boardwalk Empire as the hunter Glenmore. Camp has also appeared in Law & Order, The Good Wife, The Leftovers and The Night Of, receiving a Primetime Emmy Award nomination for The Night Of. In 2018, he played FBI agent Bob Chesney, in the critically acclaimed and Emmy-nominated miniseries The Looming Tower. In 2020, Camp became narrator of Forensic Files II on HLN and played Mr. Shaibel in The Queen's Gambit. Camp had a secondary but significant role in Jeff Daniels' TV miniseries, American Rust, in 2021, on Showtime. His performance was widely praised by television critics. The script was an adaptation of Philipp Meyer's novel of the same title.
Keira Knightley is going back in time once again — and this time to a particularly terrifying slice of history: 1960s Boston, when a killer known as the Boston Strangler was on the prowl. The first trailer for the movie, titled "Boston Strangler," dropped on 21 Feb., and in it, Knightly plays journalist Loretta McLaughlin, who was the first to realise there was a connection between a series of murders. That eventually leads her towards a serial killer who would become known as the Boston Strangler.
The Boston Strangler killed a total of at least 11 women between 1962 and 1964, according to Biography. Eventually, a man named Albert DeSalvo confessed to the murders while already in prison, though he was not charged for the case and was found dead in his cell in 1973. In 2013, as per New Scientist, DNA evidence finally proved that he was the killer.