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Actor Known for his Roles in 2009's "Star Trek," "Thirteen Days" & "American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson"
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Canadian born Bruce Greenwood spent the first years of his life in Noranda, Quebec before moving to Princeton, New Jersey, then Washington D.C. and finally to Vancouver, British Columbia at age eleven.

Greenwood trained at the University of British Columbia and the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. After graduating, he landed bit roles in the feature films "Bear Island" (1980) and "First Blood" (1982).

Before moving to L.A. to pursue an acting career, he spent a year touring as a singer/guitarist with a rock band. In 1984 Greenwood landed his first TV series, the short-lived "Legmen" in which he played a college student earning extra money by working for a seedy private detective. Although a key role in the TV-Movie "Peyton Place: The Next Generation" followed, he first came to attention on "St. Elsewhere" as Dr. Seth Griffin, the brash doctor who finds religion after he contracts AIDS from a hypodermic needle.

More TV roles followed, including spots in "Spy," "Summer Dreams: The Story of the Beach Boys," "The Larry Sanders Show" and the title role in "Nowhere Man." Greenwood has won a Gemini award for his guest appearance on "Road to "Avonlea."

In film, Greenwood has appeared in such American films as "Passenger 57" and "Wild Orchid," but his Canadian work has gained him more acclaim and attention. In 1994, Greenwood starred in Atom Egoyan's critically-acclaimed "Exotica" as a tax inspector obsessed with a stripper. He reunited with Egoyan to play the mournful father Billy Ansel in the Oscar-nominated "The Sweet Hereafter" with Ian Holm and Sarah Polley. This film garnered him a Genie nomination.

From focusing his early career in television, Greenwood began to work more intensively in the feature film industry late in the 20th century. Some of his more notable appearances in film includes "Fathers Day" (1997), "Thick as Thieves" (1999), "The Lost Son" (1999), an independent British feature; "Disturbing Behavior" (1998), "Double Jeopardy" (1999) playing the treacherous husband, and "Rules Of Engagement" (2000).

He continues to work in features such as "Thirteen Days" (2000) with Kevin Costner, "Eight Below" (2006) with Paul Walker and "Star Trek" (2009), but makes time to return to the small screen in miniseries such as "Haven," "It's a Girl Thing" and "The Magnificent Ambersons." Most recently, he starred in "Good Kill" (2015) and "American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson" (2016).

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