Dylan Bruce is most well-known for his starring role in the sci-fi series “Orphan Black,” which premiered on BBC America. The series centers around a street-smart orphan who assumes the life of a suicide victim who looked just like her, but learns they’re both clones and part of a greater conspiracy.
Bruce most recently starred in the holiday mini-series, “Love’s Christmas Journey,” starring opposite JoBeth Williams, Ernest Borgnine and Charles Shaughnessy.
Previously, the actor starred in the mini-series “24: Conspiracy,” a spin-off of the popular drama that found the actor uncovering a vast government conspiracy during 24 one-minute installments. The innovative project landed Bruce on the cover of Daily Variety, and launched a worldwide publicity tour. A native Canadian, Bruce moved to Los Angeles right out of college and quickly booked an impressive resume of guest appearances on the most popular shows on television, including “The Sopranos”, “CSI: NY, Las Vegas”, and “NCIS.” He also played the lead role of Dr. Chris Hughes on the Emmy®-award winning daytime drama “As the World Turns.”