Bruce Moore Biography

 
Birth Place:
Gettysburg, PA, USA
Bio:
Bruce Moore has performed in three Broadway shows,three off Broadway shows, five Disney animated features, four National Tours, as well as stock, stock tours, regional and dinner theatres across the county. His Broadway debut was "Gypsy" which starred Tyne Daly. Other Broadway credits include ... (read more)
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Birth Place: Gettysburg, PA, USA

Bio:
Bruce Moore has performed in three Broadway shows,three off Broadway shows, five Disney animated features, four National Tours, as well as stock, stock tours, regional and dinner theatres across the county. His Broadway debut was "Gypsy" which starred Tyne Daly. Other Broadway credits include ... (read more)

Bruce Moore has performed in three Broadway shows,three off Broadway shows, five Disney animated features, four National Tours, as well as stock, stock tours, regional and dinner theatres across the county. His Broadway debut was "Gypsy" which starred Tyne Daly. Other Broadway credits include Richard Chamberlain's "My Fair Lady" and "Grease" starring a Cavalcade of Stars. Off Broadway Bruce was in "Olympus On My Mind" at the Lamb's Theatre and two Encore hits, "Strike Up The Band" and "Lil Abner". His Disney Animated Features include "Aladdin", "Pocahontas", "The Hunchback of Notre Dame", "Mulan" and the re-release of "Beauty and the Beast", when the song "Human Again" was added. "Busker Alley" starring Tommy Tune got Bruce to put on his tap shoes. "Applause" starring Stefani Powers was to land on Broadway but closed on the road. Other credits include Opryland's "Showboat 1980", the Goodspeed Opera House's "Miss Liberty", Grease" with both Christopher Atkins and Jack Wagner, "Little Me" at the Ford's Theatre, Artpark's "Annie Get Your Gun" and "My Fair Lady", Carleton Davis Tour of "Give My Regards To Broadway!", Beef and Board's "42nd Street", where Bruce was Billy Lawlor and "Forever Plaid" in Boston as Sparky and Jinx. In 2001 Bruce moved to Key West where he opened up a real estate company called Broadway Realty. He continued to perform at night in Key West at all the theatres and some of the cabarets.