Bruce is an actor/writer living in Los Angeles with his beautiful wife and adorable baby daughter, Hartley. He trained and performed as a member of the world-famous Groundlings Sunday Company, which culminated with the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to screen test for Saturday Night Live. In 2012, he teamed up with “SNL” and “Real Time With Bill Maher” alum Michael Wilson as a cast member and writer for the sketch comedy pilot “The Men’s Room”. More recently, he appeared in the hilarious feature film, “Growing Up (And Other Lies)” alongside “Daily Show” correspondent, Wyatt Cenac; and he is currently a staff writer for the “CBS Diversity Showcase”, a sketch show produced by CBS with the goal of promoting diversity within prime time television. He received his BFA in musical theatre from Syracuse University.
Jules is a decent enough writer living in Los Angeles. He’s written only stuff you wouldn’t know. For example, a TV pilot for the baseball drama, The Bull Pen. And a feature-length screenplay, Bulldog. No relation. He also co-wrote Across The Hall the short film and Across The Hall the feature film. Relation. You haven’t heard of those either, even though they both have famous actors in them. Like Adrian Grenier! (Pretty cool, right!) And Brittany Murphy! (Sad and cool!) Jules also has some experience in the theatre. His one-act comedy, rogerandtom, opens at HERE Arts Center in SoHo, NeYo on March 7th with Personal Space Theatrics. And there have been other productions of rogerandtom in Philadelphia, Boston, Los Angeles and Edinburgh, Scotland. He also wrote the two-act plays Nicotine and Beautiful Morning, as well as Stats which premiered in NYC as part of Myth America featuring new works by Israel Horovitz, Teresa Rebek and Arthur Kopit. Their pieces were way better than his.
The guy pushing buttons and recording all this drivel. Don’t worry about him.