Born in Vancouver, Canada and raised in Seattle, Washington, Dylan Bruce earned a degree in Economics and Drama from the University of Washington before going on to appear on the miniseries “24: Conspiracy” in 2005. The spin-off to the original Keifer Sutherland series "24” lasted for only one season, but landed Bruce on the cover of Variety magazine.
Bruce continued making frequent television appearances across several series, including episodes of “Passions,” “Joey,” the mob drama “The Sopranos,” “CSI: NY” and “Las Vegas.” Bruce scored a considerable level of notability by his portrayal of Dr. Chris Hughes on the daytime drama “As The World Turns” from 2007 to 2008. Bruce was the eighth actor to appear in this role, following the departure of actor Bailey Chase.
In 2008, Bruce ended his time on the series and went on to make his feature film debut with the fast-paced action outing “Unstoppable,” starring Denzel Washington and Chris Pine. Most recently, he was seen on the series “The Bay” beside Kristos Andrews and Mary Beth Evans.