Bruce Salomon is a very talent young actor who was born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. He started his acting career at the age of 4, following the footsteps of his older sister, Dalila Bela. Bruce’s very first audition and credit was for a Huggies commercial “Do the Potty Dance”. He was among 1400 kids all over USA and Canada who were competing for this principal role. Immediately after that, he became very popular with casting and a favourite in commercials, film and television.
He has numerous credits in television as USA Network “Psych” working beside James Roday, Dulé Hill and Alan Ruck; CW Network “Supernatural” along with Mark Sheppard; the Syfy Network series “Continuum” along with Tony Amendola; the Disney HD’s “Some Assembly Required” and CW’s “Emily Owens M.D.” series with Mamie Gummer, Justin Hartley and Aja Naomi King.
Bruce also has many credits in film as the 20th Century Fox “Jingle All the Way 2” working beside Larry the Cable Guy and Brian Stepanek; the TNT Network “Deck the Halls” with Scottie Thompson and Kathy Najimy; and in the Walt Disney feature “Tomorrowland” along with Hugh Laurie.
Bruce was always longing to work with his big sister, and recently, he got a chance to work beside her by playing the role of Mr. O in Odd Squad, a PBS Kids TV Series. Bruce was nominated for the Young Artist Awards for best performance in a TV series with his role in the movie “Deck the Halls”. He also won the Young Artist Awards for his role in the TV Series “Emily Owens M.D.”.
Bruce is very passionate about acting. He loves the entertainment business and enjoys every challenge that comes his way. He is fluent in four languages: English, French, Portuguese and Spanish. Bruce has a very creative imagination and he loves to write little comical sketches that later he will shoot with his sister and younger brother, Raphael Alejandro. Beside being an actor, Bruce also wants to pursue one of his dreams of becoming a chef.