Famous People Named Bruce
Take a look at famous people named Bruce, such as Bruce Willis, Bruce Springsteen, and Bruce Cabot.
Film Actor, Television Actor, Martial Arts Expert / 1940 - 1973
Bruce Lee was a revered martial artist, actor and filmmaker known for movies like Fists of Fury and Enter the Dragon as well as the technique Jeet Kune Do.
Film Actor, Theater Actor, Television Actor / 1955 -
Bruce Willis first made a splash on TV in Moonlighting, costarring Cybill Shepherd, but his fame really grew with films such as Die Hard, The Sixth Sense and The Expendables.
Track and Field Athlete, Reality Television Star / 1949 -
One of the most beloved athletes of the 1970s, track athlete Bruce Jenner won a gold medal and set a world record in the decathlon at the 1976 Summer Olympics. Since then, he's appeared on the popular reality show Keeping Up with the Kardashians.
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profile name: Bruce Lee profile occupation: Film Actor, Television Actor, Martial Arts Expert
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profile name: Bruce Jenner profile occupation: Track and Field Athlete, Reality Television Star
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profile name: Bruce Springsteen profile occupation: Singer
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profile name: Bruce Willis profile occupation: Film Actor, Theater Actor, Television Actor
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profile name: Bruce Cabot profile occupation: Film Actor
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profile name: Bruce Dern profile occupation: Actor
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