Bruce DuBose (Sydney)

Bruce DuBose’s professional career encompasses film, television and theater as well as commercial and narrative voice over. He got his start in film working as a featured performer in Thompson’s Last Run with Robert Mitchum. He has also been in numerous independent films including Late Bloomers, The Playroom, Only in America and more recently Dusk, I Become Gilgamesh. He has appeared on national television in series such as Dangerous Curves and on multiple episodes of Walker Texas Ranger in featured roles. Most recently he appeared in season two of Prison Break in the featured role of defense attorney Greg Nagel and the new ABC series The Deep End.

He is also a founding member and executive producer of the internationally acclaimed Undermain Theatre in Dallas, where for the past 26 years he has been acting and producing with his wife, Artistic Director Katherine Owens. With Undermain he has performed in the production The Black Monk by David Rabe and Neil Young’s Greendale, a rock-opera he adapted for the stage for Undermain. Other recent productions include Waiting for a Train: the Life and Songs of Jimmie Rodgers, the title role in Macbeth, Trigorin in The Seagull, the title role in Sam Shepard’s The Late Henry Moss and many others. He has toured internationally with the Undermain as well as to festival productions in New York City and Los Angeles. In New York, Bruce has appeared in productions of The Inner Circle off- Broadway and in Man’s Best Friend at Soho Rep’s Walker Space.

Many people are familiar with Bruce’s voice in any number of mediums. He narrated the Emmy award-winning, nationally broadcast documentary The U.S. / Mexican War for PBS as well as the PBS documentary The Marines, currently being broadcast nationally. He also voiced the Civil Rights documentary Justice for My People. In addition to his Emmy award for narration, Bruce is a recipient of multiple awards from The Dallas Theater Critics Forum, The Rabin Awards, and The Addies.