Bruno Gunn most recently starred opposite James Marsden in the new HBO series Westworld and finished filming the graphic novel based, feature film Officer Downe directed by Shawn Crahan (Slipknot) & producer Mark Neveldine (Ghost Rider & Crank 1&2) which will be released in 2016. He is most recognized for his role as Brutus in the 2013 blockbuster film, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. For more than 10 years he's amassed a lengthy list of roles in TV and film - "True Blood," "Sons of Anarchy," "NCIS: Los Angeles," "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit", "Monk" and Bad Teacher with Cameron Diaz. In 2015 he extends his thespian reach with roles alongside Oliva Wilde in Lazarus, Vatican Tapes directed by Mark Neveldine, and Barely Lethal with Jessica Alba and Samuel Jackson.

Bruno got his first taste of Hollywood from film legend, Woody Allen who cast him in the 1998 comedy Celebrity. On the heels with his work with Allen, Bruno landed roles in blockbuster hits co-starring alongside Hugh Grant in Mickey Blue Eyes and Viggo Mortensen in 28 Days.

Through the suggestion of a friend that he should try acting, Bruno honed his skills under the tutelage of Wynn Handman's studio and Susan Batson. While in NYC Bruno had a successful run wowing audiences and critics performing Off-Broadway shows with award-winning companies, UBU Rep and Ensemble Studio Theater.

Bruno is a first generation American with Italian lineage and dual citizenship. He resides in Los Angeles.



Twitter/Instagram: @brunogunn