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BRUCE GREENWOOD (The President) starred as John F. Kennedy in the feature film "Thirteen Days” and has appeared in numerous pictures, excelling in both independent and mainstream films. Among his credits are Jerry Bruckheimer's production of "Déjà Vu,” "Eight Below,” "Racing Stripes,” "I, Robot,” "Capote,” "Hollywood Homicide,” "Below,” "Being Julia,” "Rules of Engagement,” "Double Jeopardy,” "Father's Day,” "The Lost Son,” and "Passenger 57,” to name a few. He has also starred for director Atom Egoyan in three internationally acclaimed films, "Ararat,” "The Sweet Hereafter” and "Exotica.”

Born in Canada, Greenwood graduated from high school in Zurich, Switzerland. He won a 1995 Gemini Award in Canada for his television performance in "Road to Avonlea,” a Gemini nomination for "The Little Kidnappers” and another Genie nomination for his work in Atom Egoyan's "Exotica.” His breakthrough role was as a regular star of the popular "St. Elsewhere” series, playing Dr. Seth Griffin during the 1986-88 seasons.

Greenwood studied at the University of British Columbia and the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York.


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