Marina Sirtis Biography

Height: 6' (1.83 m)
Wiki Biography: Christopher Bruno was born in the small town of Milford, Connecticut. Chris attended college in Vermont, where he was a member of the school's ski team while studying Psychology. During his sophomore year, he was temporarily sidelined with an injury, so he decided to try something different. He auditioned for and was cast as the lead in his first play, Machiavelli's "The Mandrake". Having discovered a new passion for the arts, Bruno transferred as a theatre major to the State University of New York at Stonybrook, where he was a walk-on starting pitcher for the school's baseball team (his fastball was clocked at 90 mph), which had a 6-0 record his senior year. Upon graduation, Chris moved to New York, where one year (and several bar-tending jobs) later, he was offered a two-year contract on NBC's "Another World" (1964). During his first year on the show, Chris was nominated for a Soap Opera Award as "Outstanding Newcomer". A few years later, he was cast in the role of "Michael Delaney" on ABC's "All My Children" (1970), which won an Emmy the year he joined the cast. Chris eventually moved to Los Angeles, where he began performing stand-up comedy at The Improv. This led him guest-starring roles on the sitcoms - "Suddenly Susan" (1996), "The Nanny" (1993), "Jesse" (1998) and a recurring role on Alan Ball's series "Oh, Grow Up" (1999). In 1998, Bruno and his brother Dylan Bruno, were cast in Lorenzo Carcaterra's dark & gritty New York cop show The Force (1999) (TV). Summer of 2004, Chris produced & starred in the feature film Last of the Romantics (2007) & appeared in an episode of the Lifetime Television series "1-800-Missing" (2003). Before filming began on the "Stephen King's Dead Zone" (2002) Season 4, Chris completed work on the feature film The World's Fastest Indian (2005) opposite Sir Anthony Hopkins, which Chris said was one of the most exciting jobs he'd ever done. Chris was able to exercise his directing skills as he guided an episode of "Stephen King's Dead Zone" (2002) Season 5,entitled "Independence Day", which also included his brother, Dylan Bruno. They dedicated this episode to the memory of their mom who had just passed away from cancer.

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Filmography

TV Title Appeared As Year Genre
Star Trek: The Next Generation Counselor Deanna Troi 1992 - 1993 Action
Movies Title Appeared As Year Genre
The Wicked Lady Jackson's Girl 1983 Adventure, Drama
Space Riders Girl in Porsche 1988 Drama, Sport
Waxwork II: Lost in Time 1992 Comedy, Fantasy, Horror
Star Trek: Generations Troi 1994 Action, Mystery, Sci Fi
Star Trek: First Contact Troi 1996 Action, Adventure, Sci Fi
Star Trek: Insurrection Troi 1998 Sport, 0, Game Show
Terminal Error Alex 2002 Thriller
Net Games Cindy Fielding 2003 Thriller
Spectres Laura Lee 2004 Drama, Mystery
Trade Routes Nancy 2007 Game Show
Grendel Queen Wealhtheow 2007 Drama, Fantasy, Sci Fi
The Deep Below Sarah 2007
31 North 62 East Sarah Webber 2009 Thriller
Game of Life Mrs. Rafiki 2011 Drama
Speed Demons Jane 2012 Horror
A Dark Reflection Maggie Jaspar 2015 Thriller
Little Dead Rotting Hood Esmerelda Winfield / Grandmother 2017 0, Reality Tv, Biography