Sep. 6th, 1972
Milford, Connecticut, USA
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Dylan Bruno (born September 6, 1972) is an American actor and former model. He portrayed FBI agent Colby Granger in the CBS series Numb3rs.
In 1994 Bruno earned a Bachelor of Science degree in environmental engineering from MIT. While there he played varsity football as a linebacker for the MIT football team. In high school he was a nationally ranked wrestler and competed in the AAU Junior Olympic Games several times.
While working as a model for Calvin Klein, Bruno made his television acting debut in 1995 on the NBC series High Sierra Search and Rescue. He made his film acting debut in Naked Ambition (1997). In 1998, he had small roles in Saving Private Ryan and When Trumpets Fade. He co-starred in The Rage: Carrie 2 (1999), Where the Heart Is (2000), Going Greek (2001). He portrayed an L.A. cop in The One, and a rock musician in The Simian Line (2001), and Harry "Blaine" Mayhugh, Jr., in The Pennsylvania Miners' Story (2002).
He also appeared in the movie The Anarchists Cookbook (2002). Bruno has also done voice-over work for several products such as Bacardi Silver, Coors Light, Virtual Boy, and Sony Handycam. In addition to his voice-over work, Bruno is the current narrator of the Discovery Channel program Rides.
- Was a nationally ranked wrestler in high school, and went to the Junior Olympics several times.
- The episode of _"The Dead Zone" (2002)_ (qv) in which he appeared was directed by his brother, 'Chris Bruno (I)' (qv).
- Was a contestant on _"American Gladiators" (1989)_ (qv).
- Son, Demian Axel Bruno, born 13 June 2007.
- During his death scene in _The Rage: Carrie 2 (1999)_ (qv), Dylan's character "Mark" drowns in a pool. The position his body ends up in is like that of a crucifixion. This was the same position 'Piper Laurie' (qv) was in during her death scene in this 1999 sequel to its 1976 predecessor _Carrie (1976)_ (qv).
- Earned a degree in Environmental Engineering (Civil Engineering Dept) from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
- Played linebacker for the MIT football team.
- Son of 'Scott Bruno (I)' (qv).