Apr. 21st, 1980
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
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Dylan Bruce (born April 21, 1980) is a Canadian actor and model, known for his roles as Chris Hughes on CBS's daytime drama As the World Turns and Paul Dierden on BBC America and Space's Orphan Black.
Born in Vancouver, British Columbia, and raised in Boundary Bay. Bruce attended University of Washington in Seattle, Washington and graduated from the University of Washington with a degree in Drama and Economics before moving to Los Angeles, California. He launched his career by modeling in Seattle through Seattle Models Guild. He appeared on the cover of the November 10, 2004 issue of Daily Variety.
In 2005, Bruce landed his first role as CTU agent Martin Kail on 24: Conspiracy, a mobile-only spin-off of the television series 24. That same year, he guest-starred for two episodes on the NBC daytime soap opera Passions, and appeared as a waiter on the television sitcom Joey. In 2006, he appeared on The Sopranos and on the reality television series Breaking Up with Shannen Doherty. He appeared as Sam Marquez (Vanessa Marcil)'s secretary, Anthony, on Las Vegas in 2007.
In 2007, Bruce landed his most notable role to date, the contract role of Chris Hughes on the CBS daytime soap opera As the World Turns. Bruce became the eighth actor to play the role, succeeding 'Bailey Chase', who played the role from January 29, 2003 to January 20, 2005. Bruce made his debut on October 25, 2007. In August 2008, it was announced that Bruce was downgraded to recurring status. He made his final appearance on October 15, 2008.
In 2010, Bruce starred in the web series The Bay as Brian Nelson. Bruce also made his big screen debut in the 'Denzel Washington' thriller Unstoppable. In 2011, Bruce starred in Hallmark Channel's original film Love's Christmas Journey. In the following year, he had the role of Mark Hanson in Lifetime's thriller film Willed to Kill.
As of 2013, Bruce co-stars as Paul Dierden on the sci-fi television series Orphan Black, co-produced by Space and BBC America. He also guest-stars as Adam Donner on The CW series Arrow.
In 2014, Bruce starred as Bart Winslow in the modern remake of V.C. Andrews's Flowers in the Attic, and its sequel, Petals on the Wind.
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