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      Dylan Bruce

      Dylan Bruce

      Highest Rated: 87% Unstoppable (2010)

      Lowest Rated: 20% First Round Down (2016)

      Birthday: Apr 21, 1980

      Birthplace: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

      As comfortable in the crime genre as he was in the realm of soap opera programming, Dylan Bruce proved himself quick to adapt to whatever form of performance the small screen threw his way. Making a name for himself on "As the World Turns" (CBS 1956-2010), Bruce eventually graduated to primetime work with the superhero series "Arrow" (The CW 2012-) and the sci-fi hit "Orphan Black" (BBC America 2013-). Whether playing a heartthrob doctor or an otherworldly mercenary, Bruce could never be accused of seeming out of place. Dylan Bruce was born on April 21, 1980 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. He moved to Seattle, Washington, to study drama and economics at University of Washington, and went on to begin a modeling career following graduation. Soon after, he moved to Los Angeles, California, and took up acting professionally. His first job came with the "24" (Fox 2001-2010) spinoff miniseries "24: Conspiracy" (Verizon 2005), which was released to stream exclusively on mobile devices. Bruce made his first bona fide television appearances on the soap opera "Passions" (NBC/The 101 Network 1999-2008), the sitcom "Joey" (NBC 2004-06), and the esteemed drama series "The Sopranos" (HBO 1999-2007). In 2007, Bruce joined the long-running soap opera "As the World Turns" (CBS 1956-2010) for his first regular part on a television series. He inherited the character of Dr. Chris Hughes, becoming the eighth actor to play the part. After spending 100 episodes with "As the World Turns," Bruce went on to make his feature film debut in the Tony Scott-directed action thriller "Unstoppable" (2010), starring Denzel Washington and Chris Pine. Bruce's return to the small screen reaped a great deal of success. He accumulated major roles on the superhero series "Arrow" (CBS 2012-), playing Assistant District Attorney Adam Donner, and "Orphan Black" (BBC America 2013-), playing mercenary Paul Dierdan.

      Highest rated movies

      Unstoppable poster Unstoppable Flowers in the Attic poster
      Flowers in the Attic
      First Round Down poster
      First Round Down




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      No Score Yet No Score Yet Willed to Kill Mark Hanson (Character) - 2012
      87% 72% Unstoppable Michael Colson (Character) $81.6M 2010


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