Bruce Greenwood Biography

    Published On Jan 07, 2017
    Facts of Bruce Greenwood
    Date of Birth: 1956 , August-12
    Birth Nation: Canada
    Height: 6 Feet
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    After graduating from University of British Columbia and American Academy of Dramatic Arts he was seen in a passing role in a feature film and later he shifted to L.A. to try his luck in Hollywood. Stuart debut his career from Bear Island in 1979 and later he appeared in many Blockbuster Movies like Star Trek, I-Robot, Double Jeopardy, The Core, Thirteen Days, Eight Below, Firehouse Dog and many other. 

    Greenwood won several awards and trophy for his sensational acting skills as acting and was well known for his role as The President of America. Greenwood has appeared in many hit TV shows as well.

    Stuart Greenwood got married to Susan Devlin in 1985 and gave birth to Breana Chloe Greenwood. The couple dated for several months before getting married and are still together. Stuart estimated Net worth is calculated to be around U.S $ 10 Million.  


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    As Technicain Tommy Bear Island


    A UN expedition of scientist from different countries come to barren Artic Bear Island. Their main mission was to save the climate and natural disasters. They face many problems while going to the Island. A scientist from all over the world has common agenda to save the world.

    Best Performance Gemini Award


    Won a Gemini for best performance by an actor in a Guest Role for his performance of celeb stakes in Avonlea. Bruce was also nominated for a Gemini for Best Performance by an Actor in Supporting Role for his performance of Dr.Willem Hoof in The Little Kidnappers.

    As Detective Charlie Harrisson The Servants of Twiglight


    The Servants of Twilight is a novel by bestselling American suspense author Dean Koontz about Single parent Christine Cavallo and her young son Joey. Harrison traces. As Detective Charlie Harrison he later appeared in the famous The Servants of Twilight.

    Vince The Captive


    The Captive is a remake of Queen of the Night and Captive is a 2014 Canadian thriller film directed by Atom Ego, Co- written with David Fraser. The film has a nonlinear presentation the only context differentiates the current scenes from the flashback. 

    Best Ensemble Cast Star Trek


    The Boston Society of Film Critics is an organization of film reviewed from Boston, Massachusetts, United States, based Publication. The BSFC was formed in 1981 to make “Boston’s unique critical award for the contribution of people to the Arts and Cinema. Bruce later held Best Ensemble Cast award for his Star Trek appearance presented to him by BSFC.

    Won Satellite Awards


    He won the Best performance by an Actor in a Featured Supporting Role: Drama- Thirteen Days. It is a 2000 American historical drama thriller directed by Rigger Donaldson dramatizing Cuban Missile Crisis of 1962. The story is based on the cold war era.

    Bob Grangerford Huckleberry Finn and His Friend


    Directed by Jack B Hively and Ken Jubenvill, this miniseries was broadcast in many countires such as Germany, Uk, Australia, Canada, South Africa, Venezula and many other latin American nations. The series was reshown many times during 1980 to early 1990s and has grown somewhat of a cult following. Bruce became the voice of Bob Grangerfordin the famous series.

    Mad Men played role of Richard Burghoff


    Bruce appeared as Burghoff in Mad Men in 1960. Through Mad Men could not be as successful as it was expected to be it received 15 Emmys and Five Golden Globes. The movie was critically acclaimed for its writing and authenticity in acting.

    Born in Canada


    Bruce Greenwood well known Canadian actor was born on 12th August 1956 in Rouyn-Noranda, Quebec, Canada. His father name is Hugh John Greenwood and mother Mary Sylvia. Bruce has siblings too. He belongs to White Ethnicity and holds Canadian Nationality.