TV NEWS


CSI: CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATION

Bruce appeared in the April 28, 2011 episode CBS' CSI: CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATION entitled Father of the Bride. In this episode, Bruce portrays Avery Tinsdale.

Synopsis:

Following his escape, Nate Haskell, the notorious "Dick & Jane" killer, resurfaces when he e-mails a disturbing video to the father (Bruce) of one of his brides, threatening to take her life.


CASTLE

Bruce appeared in the March 28, 2011 episode of ABC's CASTLE. In this episode, entitled "Law & Murder" Bruce portrays Lou Karnacki.

Synopsis:

During the high-profile trial of a murdered socialite, a juror suddenly tumbles out of the jury box -- dead! When Castle & Beckett learn the juror was poisoned, their investigation soon uncovers that this seemingly innocent juror may not have been so innocent after all.

 

FEATURE FILM NEWS


A SCHIZOPHRENIC LOVE STORY

Synopsis: An agoraphobic, schizophrenic consults his three delusions, Mary Mother of Jesus, Einstein, and a vampire for love adicce when his new neighbor Lily shows up with fro-yo and secrets of her own. Bruce portrays Dr. Bob and it is scheduled for a Dec. 31, 2011 release from Ari Star Entertainment.

MUNGER ROAD

Synopsis: Two small town cops begin a search when four teens go missing the night before the annual Scarecrow Festival. Bruce portrays Chief Kirkhoven. No release scheduled from Insomnia Productions

COFFIN

Released on Nov. 1, 2010 from Skyrocket Productions, Bruce portrays Garrison.

 

DVD NEWS


After a magical summer together, a nine-year-old boy whispers his heart's desires into the ear of a best friend. With a loyal, Golden Retriever by their side, the boy and bury bury a time capsule of keepsakes - then they go their separate ways. Years later, they return and turn each other lives completely upside-down. Can a golden dog lead them home?
Will be released on Oct. 12, 2010 from Good Times Home Video.

Itís a DVD debut for Robert Altmanís little-seen adaptation of David Rabeís Tony-winning Broadway play about Army recruits bound for Vietnam, and their wrangling over race, class, and sexual orientation. Extras: retrospective with Matthew Modine, castmate George Dzundza, and, from the Broadway version, Bruce Davison in a lengthy interview.
 

THEATRE NEWS


THE GRADUATE

Featuring Kathleen Turner, Matthew Rhys, Bruce Davison and John Getz. Benjamin Braddock, a fresh-faced college grad, returns home to seek the answer to the age-old question, "Now what?"

THE GRADUATE
Adapted for the stage by Terry Johnson
at Skirball Cultural Center
2701 N. Sepulveda Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90049
The Magnin Audiorium
FREE PARKING
 
Wednesday December 08, 2010
8:00 PM
Thursday December 09, 2010
8:00 PM
Friday December 10, 2010
8:00 PM
Saturday December 11, 2010
2:30 PM
Sunday December 12, 2010
4:00 PM

 


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