Bruce Greenwood - Some of His Best Roles

Bruce Greenwood – Some of His Best Roles

Canadian actor and producer Stuart Bruce Greenwood is a star on the rise. He is best known for his role as John F. Kennedy in Thirteen Days, for which he won the Satellite Award for Best Supporting Actor – Motion Picture. More recently, he has starred in the Star Trek reboot series as Captain Christopher Pike. Here are some of his best roles. Here are a few of his most memorable ones.

Batman: Under The Red Hood (2005) – This is considered one of the best Batman animated movies, focusing on the traumatic loss of Robin. Bruce Greenwood plays the role of Batman in the film as he grapples with the grief of losing his son to an explosion. While his character is considered to be quite dark in this movie, he shines in the final fifteen minutes of the movie. If you’re a fan of animated Batman, this is an excellent choice for you.

In 2001, Greenwood starred alongside Tim Russ in the drama Haven. He received his third Gemini Award nomination for this role. In 2002, he co-starred in The Magnificent Ambersons with James Cromwell. In 2004, he starred in Meltdown with Leslie Hope. In 2008, Greenwood worked with Wallace Langham in a mini-series titled The Summit. He also worked in the independent film, A Girl Thing.

Greenwood has been a part of scores of films since the 1980s, though he’s gained more fame in recent years. After playing the role of President John F. Kennedy, he went on to star in “13 Days” (2000). As a result, Greenwood’s career has spanned decades. Throughout his career, Greenwood has steadily worked and landed his breakout role in a popular indie film.

In Dr. Sleep, Bruce Greenwood plays Dr. Dalton, a man who runs a hospice and hires Dan Torrence. While the role is short in the film, Greenwood still manages to make an impression, with his tenaciousness and affable nature. Further, Dr. Dalton is the second Stephen King adaptation that he has appeared in, and it’s directed by Mike Flanagan, who also directed Gerald’s Game.

Aside from acting, Greenwood has also created several acclaimed musicals. He played a life-sized puppet in Norman Foote’s early shows. He also worked as a diamond driller and on a sailing boat. He later used his motorcycle to travel the United States. In the 1980s, he attended the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York City and was a resident of Bleecker Street.

In addition to his acting, Bruce Greenwood has also acted in several TV shows. His most notable roles include St. Elsewhere (1986-88), Knots Landing (1991-92), and Nowhere Man (1997). He has also appeared in Class of the Titans (2006) and The Summit (2008), among others. His role in the show American Crime Story is a bit more controversial, but it’s definitely still a memorable one.