Dean Bruni (Marc)

Dean’s television credits include Discovery Channel’s ID: Unusual Suspects, and National Geographic’s How Human Are We? Dean’s recent films include the 30’s period short film Scorpion, which premiered at the 2014 Raindance Film Festival in London, and Divergence an indie drama that was nominated for best film at the 2013 New Media Film Festival. He has enjoyed other notable roles in such diverse films as the indie comedy short Threading the Needle, and the dark drama The Other Side. His feature film work includes the independent film, Lineage. Dean also appeared as the dad in Matchbox’s 60th Anniversary toy commercial. Dean’s notable music video acting is highlighted in Don’t Let Go by Brainpower, and the controversial What Do You Say video by Filter. A full list of Dean’s acting credits can be found at

Dean studied acting in Los Angeles at the Ruskin School, as well as acting for film and television at The Approach Studios, and with Jen Krater at Krater Studios. Dean also studied voice with Susan Rumor at Artist One Productions in Los Angeles.

In addition to acting, Dean is a guitarist, singer, and recording artist. His 2009 solo album These Robot Days enjoys a worldwide audience. The official Dean Bruni website is