THE RESIDENT

BRUCE GREENWOOD

as Dr. Randolph Bell

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Bruce Greenwood is currently in production on streaming miniseries “Fall of the House of Usher.” This marks his third collaboration with writer/director Mike Flanagan. Greenwood plays “Roderick Usher” in the modern retelling of the Edgar Allen Poe story. Previously, he starred in the horror thriller “Dr. Sleep,” based on Stephen King’s New York Times bestselling novel, and sequel to the hit 1977 film “The Shining.” Most recently, he was seen in the critically acclaimed cable series “I Know This Much Is True,” written and directed by Derek Cianfrance, starring Mark Ruffalo.

In 2017, he was seen in the Academy Award-nominated film “The Post,” directed by Steven Spielberg. He appeared in “Kodachrome”; the critically acclaimed “Gerald’s Game,” an adaptation of Stephen King’s 1992 best-selling novel; and “Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down the White House.”

In 2016, Greenwood was featured in “The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story,” as District Attorney Gil Garcetti. He also starred in the television event movie “Dirty Dancing,” and appeared in the sci-fi thriller streaming series “Spectral.”

In 2015, Greenwood had a recurring role on the critically acclaimed TV drama “Mad Men,” during its final season. His other television credits include “The River,” “A Dog Named Christmas,” the David Milch-produced cable series “John from Cincinnati,” “St. Elsewhere,” “The Larry Sanders Show” and “The Magnificent Ambersons.”

Greenwood also can be seen in “Gold,” opposite Matthew McConoughey. In 2015, he portrayed CBS News President Andrew Heyward in “Truth,” Jamie Vanderbilt’s newsroom drama starring Cate Blanchett and Robert Redford. Additionally, his film credits include “Good Kill,” “Elephant Song,” “Endless Love,” “Star Trek Into Darkness,” “Queen of the Night,” “Devil’s Knot,” “Exotica,” “The Sweet Hereafter,” “Flight,” “A Place Beyond the Pines,” “Dinner for Schmucks,” “Mao’s Last Dancer,” “National Treasure: Book of Secrets,” “I’m Not There,” “Thirteen Days,” “Capote,” “I, Robot,” “Being Julia,” “Double Jeopardy,” “Meeks Cutoff,” “Barney’s Version,” “Donovan’s Echo,” “Firehouse Dog,” “Hollywood Homicide,” “The World’s Fastest Indian,” “Eight Below,” “Rules of Engagement,” “Racing Stripes,” “Here on Earth,” “The Lost Son,” “Thick as Thieves,” “Disturbing Behavior,” “Passenger 57” and “Wild Orchid.” 

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Bruce Greenwood is currently in production on streaming miniseries “Fall of the House of Usher.” This marks his third collaboration with writer/director Mike Flanagan. Greenwood plays “Roderick Usher” in the modern retelling of the Edgar Allen Poe story. Previously, he starred in the horror thriller “Dr. Sleep,” based on Stephen King’s New York Times bestselling novel, and sequel to the hit 1977 film “The Shining.” Most recently, he was seen in the critically acclaimed cable series “I Know This Much Is True,” written and directed by Derek Cianfrance, starring Mark Ruffalo.

In 2017, he was seen in the Academy Award-nominated film “The Post,” directed by Steven Spielberg. He appeared in “Kodachrome”; the critically acclaimed “Gerald’s Game,” an adaptation of Stephen King’s 1992 best-selling novel; and “Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down the White House.”

In 2016, Greenwood was featured in “The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story,” as District Attorney Gil Garcetti. He also starred in the television event movie “Dirty Dancing,” and appeared in the sci-fi thriller streaming series “Spectral.”

In 2015, Greenwood had a recurring role on the critically acclaimed TV drama “Mad Men,” during its final season. His other television credits include “The River,” “A Dog Named Christmas,” the David Milch-produced cable series “John from Cincinnati,” “St. Elsewhere,” “The Larry Sanders Show” and “The Magnificent Ambersons.”

Greenwood also can be seen in “Gold,” opposite Matthew McConoughey. In 2015, he portrayed CBS News President Andrew Heyward in “Truth,” Jamie Vanderbilt’s newsroom drama starring Cate Blanchett and Robert Redford. Additionally, his film credits include “Good Kill,” “Elephant Song,” “Endless Love,” “Star Trek Into Darkness,” “Queen of the Night,” “Devil’s Knot,” “Exotica,” “The Sweet Hereafter,” “Flight,” “A Place Beyond the Pines,” “Dinner for Schmucks,” “Mao’s Last Dancer,” “National Treasure: Book of Secrets,” “I’m Not There,” “Thirteen Days,” “Capote,” “I, Robot,” “Being Julia,” “Double Jeopardy,” “Meeks Cutoff,” “Barney’s Version,” “Donovan’s Echo,” “Firehouse Dog,” “Hollywood Homicide,” “The World’s Fastest Indian,” “Eight Below,” “Rules of Engagement,” “Racing Stripes,” “Here on Earth,” “The Lost Son,” “Thick as Thieves,” “Disturbing Behavior,” “Passenger 57” and “Wild Orchid.”