Bruce Spielbauer filmography and biography
Date of birth: Cedar Rapids, Iowa, USA
Bruce Spielbauer biography
Bruce Spielbauer was born in Cedar Rapids, Iowa and grew up in Dallas,
Texas. He now spends his free time in the Chicago area.
Bruce has been acting since he was 14, and he performed exclusively on stage for 20 years, including seven seasons as a full-time company member of a professional dinner theatre. He credits this "on the job training" as being the very best that there is. More recently, he has switched to film and television, and his extensive credits include leading roles and supporting roles in several low-budget independent feature films, including Body in A Dumpster," "Dust," (a sci-fi movie in Milwaukee), "Bled White," (a creepy horror movie), and "The Vision" (2008).
In his spare time, Bruce often works as an extra or a stand-in, and he can be seen briefly in "The Dark Knight." Other extra roles in major studio films have included appearances in "The Fugitive" with Harrison Ford, "Just Visiting," "Mo' Money," "Rapid Fire," "Folks!" "The Babe," and "U.S. Marshals" with Tommy Lee Jones.
Bruce's stage experience includes more than 100 productions. Some of his favorite stage roles include John Proctor in "The Crucible," Rooster in "Annie," Moonface in "Anything Goes," and Cornelius Hackel in "Hello, Dolly!" His early training was classically oriented, and he also has performed several Shakespearean roles, including Banquo in "Macbeth."
Bruce has been seen in quite a few local and regional commercials, and he also does occasional work modeling and sometimes pops up in print ads.
Bruce Spielbauer filmography
|The Visitor from Elsewhere||2011|
|Frankenstein: The Day of the Beast||2011|
|Two Days in February||2011|
|The Dead Light District||2010|
|The Amateur Monster Movie||2010|
|Driver's Ed Mutiny||2010|
|The Truth About Average Guys||2009|
|Undercover: Double Life||2009|
|Fluffenhaus: The Comeback of a Pop Culture Icon||2009|
|Body in a Dumpster||2008|
|The Happy Man's Pants||2008|
|The Dark Knight||2008|