Bruce Greenwood is a Canadian film and television actor. After a few minor roles in films, he made his breakthrough with 'Exotica' (1994). This was followed by his appearance in 'The Sweet Hereafter' (1997). Although the film was not a success, his role was quite appreciated. After this, the actor went on to appear in the hits 'Double Jeopardy' (1999), 'I, Robot' (2004), 'Racing Stripes' (2005),'Capote' (2005), 'Déjà Vu' (2006), 'National Treasure: Book of Secrets' (2007), 'Gold' (2016) and 'Gerald's Game' (2017).
Bruce Greenwood has been a part of many films that went to earn millions. Some of his highest-grossing movies include 'Star Trek' (2009), 'Super 8' (2011), 'Flight' (2012), 'Star Trek Into Darkness' (2013), 'Kingsman: The Golden Circle' (2017) and 'The Post' (2017). List of his flop films include 'Here on Earth' (2000), 'Thirteen Days' (2000), 'Swept Away' (2002), 'Below' (2002), 'Hollywood Homicide' (2003),'Being Julia' (2004), 'I'm Not There' (2007), 'Barney's Version' (2010),'Truth' (2015) and 'Fathers and Daughters' (2015).
As a television actor, Bruce Greenwood has starred in the dramas 'St. Elsewhere' (1986–88), 'Knots Landing' (1991–92), 'Hardball' (1994), 'Nowhere Man' (1995-96), 'Sleepwalkers' (1997-98), 'Class of the Titans' (2006), 'The Summit' (2008), 'Young Justice' (2010-present), 'The River' (2012), 'The People v. O. J. Simpson: American Crime Story' (2016) and 'The Resident' (2018-present).