• Dylan Bruce was born in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada on the 21st April 1980.
• He is an actor known for his roles in television series “Orphan Black”, “Midnight, Texas”, “Heroes Reborn” and “The Murders”.
• He studied Economics and Drama at the University of Washington, and was influenced by his idol Michael J. Fox.
• He is active on social media and has amassed a following of over 74,000 on Instagram.
• He has an estimated net worth of close to $2 million, and is 6ft (1.83m) tall and weighs around 187lbs (85kgs).
Who is Dylan Bruce?
Dylan Bruce was born on the 21st April 1980 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, and is now a 38 year old actor, primarily known for his roles in television series “Orphan Black”, “Midnight, Texas”, “Heroes Reborn” and “The Murders”. His career has been active since 2005.
Dylan Bruce Bio: Early Life, Family and Education
Speaking about his early childhood, soon after Dylan was born his family relocated to Boundary Bay in Canada, where he grew-up in a large and close-knit family, as he has a brother and two sisters. Beside his interest in sports and various outdoor activities, he was also passionate about theatre and the world of entertainment. Thus he participated in several theatre productions while he was in high school. That was his first real experience with acting and drama, and through these school productions he developed a true passion that would ultimately become his dream job. One of his earliest idols was Michael J. Fox; Dylan admitted that he copied behavior, clothing styles and antics from Fox’s most famous roles throughout his childhood. After finding out that Fox is also a British Columbia native, he was certain that acting was the right choice for him. Fortunately for young Dylan, his family was always supportive of his choices, and encouraged him every step of the way. After he matriculated from high school, he decided to follow his dreams and moved to the US – he was accepted by the University of Washington in Seattle, however, he didn’t want to focus solely on acting, so he decided to study Economics as well as Drama, and graduated with honors after four years of study. While at the University, he had the opportunity to work with Jon Jory, former Artistic Director of Actor’s Theater of Louisville, and bruce credits the training he received under Jory as highly influential on his skills as an actor. Before venturing fully into the world of entertainment, he slowly made his way into the business by modelling through Seattle Models Guild – in 2004 he appeared on the cover of the November issue of “Daily Variety” magazine. Having graduated from college, he moved from Seattle to Los Angeles to further pursue his acting career.
Bruce got his first acting gig in 2005, in a spin-off of the popular FOX drama “24”, called “24: Conspiracy”, playing an agent investigating a widespread government conspiracy during 24 one-minute installments. After that, it did not take long for Dylan to book quite an impressive resume of guest appearances on some of the most popular television series at the time, such as “CSI: NY”, “The Sopranos” and “NCIS”. In 2007 he landed his first leading role as Dr. Chris Hughes in the soap opera “As the World Turns”, playing the role through 2008, after which he was made his big screen debut in “Unstoppable” alongside Denzel Washington, Chris Pine and Rosario Dawson. He continued to make numerous guest appearances in television series, as well as landing recurring roles as Brian Nelson in “The Bay”, and Adam Donner in “Arrow”. He also acted in television movies “Petals on the Wind” and “A Novel Romance”.
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Rise to Prominence and Later Work
In 2015, Bruce was cast as Captain James Dearing in the remake of the hit science fiction series “Heroes Reborn”; even though the series was short-lived, it helped bring the aspiring actor under the spotlight. His next project was the award-winning science fiction series “Orphan Black”, a co-production by BBC America and Space. The series was nominated for several Golden Globe, Screen Actors Guild and Primetime Emmy Awards, and was specially lauded for its casting, and performances by the lead actors. Bruce played the role of Paul Dierden in 29 episodes of the show, stating that the role was ‘just a really, really life-altering experience that I’ll never forget”. After leaving the show, he was cast as Tom Price in the only season of the mystery drama series “American Gothic”, then in the role of Tim Tucker in the movie “First Round Down”, before he landed the role of Bobo Winthrop in what became the cult favorite fantasy drama series “Midnight, Texas”, starring in the show’s two seasons before it was cancelled in 2018. As of recently, he’s starring in the crime drama series “The Murders” as Nolan Wells.
Personal Life and Net Worth
Regarding his personal life, the “Orphan Black” and “Midnight, Texas” star would rather remain private, and not disclose any information about his relationships. Therefore, there is no official information on whether or not he is married, in a relationship or whether he has children. When it comes to his net worth, authoritative sources have estimated that the actor has acquired an amount of close to $2 million over the course of his career.
Social Media and Physical Characteristics
Fans can find more about the private and personal life of the Canadian native on his official Instagram account – the actor has amassed a following of nearly 76,000 over the years. He also has a Twitter account with more than 58,000 followers.
When it comes to his appearance and physical characteristics, Bruce is pretty fit and has a muscular figure. The actor is 6ft (1.83m) tall and weighs around 187lbs (85kgs). He has short dark brown hair and light blue eyes.