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Born: August 12, 1956 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Quebec, Ontario, CA Profession: Cast ...


"As long as I have a job and a guitar, I'm happy." --Bruce Greenwood in press kit for "Hardball"

In addition to acting, he also produces records, CD-ROMS, and owns his own recording studio.

"It's not as though I've made a conscious choice to eschew heroes and play peculiar villains. But I love to work, and there are more villainous roles out there. Villains are generally pretty enthusiastic, and I'm an enthusiastic person.

"I wake up in the morning, and I'm glad to be here. I'm hungry for the day. When I was a kid, I had a ridiculous amount of energy." --Bruce Greenwood quoted in Daily News, January 15, 2001.

"[He] has a great ability to do impersonations, but he can also go so far beyond that. He really felt he could get inside the character. When you look at the film ["Thirteen Days"], he looks like he's thinking all the time. He doesn't look like he's thinking 'How do I make myself look like JFK?,' but 'I am JFK.'" --director Roger Donaldson on Greenwood to Susan King of Los Angeles Times, December 28, 2000.

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