Bruce Greenwood, born on 12 August 1958 is a Canadian Actor/Producer. His birthplace is Noranda, Quebec. His family includes his mother, Mary Sylvia, father Hugh John Greenwood and his two sisters Kelly and Lynn. Vancouver was the place where he spent most of his early childhood. He studied at Magee Secondary School there. He attended his high school in Switzerland. He aspired to become a professional skier, but had to forego his dreams after he hurt his knee at the age of 16. He studied economics and philosophy from University of British Columbia. From 1980-1981 he went to the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, New York.
In order to attend the London Central School of Speech and Learning, he had to work as a diamond driller. He, however considered working on a sailboat one of his favorite work.
Bruce is famous for roles like the ones he did in Double Jeopardy (1999),
(2009) and I, Robot (2004) etc. He received a Satellite Award for Best Actor in Supporting Role for his role of John Kennedy in the movie Thirteen Days (2000).
He made an appearance in St Elsewhere (1986-88), which was a television series and also in Knot Landing (1991-92). He received a Gemini Award for his role Road to Avonlea where he made a guest appearance. He also recurred in the TV production Mad Men.
Bruce gave his voice for Overlord in the game Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3. He also did a voice-over in the film Batman: Under The Red Hood for the character Batman and also in Young Justice.
His favorite solace is music. He plays guitar and can also sing.
He met his wife Susan Devlin when they were 15 years old and started dating around 1971. Their relationship culminated into marriage in the year 1985 and have one child.