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Justin Bruening

Justin Bruening

Justin Bruening

Justin Bruening

Justin Bruening is a curator, writer and blogger based in Los Angeles. He’s taught writing courses and small-business management classes in Southern California and the San Francisco Bay Area. He graduated from UC Berkeley with a degree in creative writing and journalism. He’s had work published in Salon, LA Weekly, San Francisco Weekly, and The Atlantic.

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Justin Bruening (born September 24, 1979) is an American actor and former fashion model. He was originally discovered at McDonald's in Escondido, California, by Sue Nessel, a scout for Scott Copeland. In 2003, his acting career began when he was cast in the role of Jamie Martin on the daytime drama All My Children, earning him a Soap Opera Digest Award in 2005 for the portrayal. In late 2007, not long after leaving the role, Bruening was cast as Mike Traceur, the son of character Michael Knight, a new take on the original Knight Rider series. In 2011, he was cast as Tyler Berrett, a recurring role on The CW series Ringer starring Sarah Michelle Gellar and in 2013, he joined Ravenswood.

With his chiseled good looks, Justin Bruening made as big a splash as a young actor can by conquering the world of daytime soaps, living his own youthful fairy tale romance onscreen and off, and impressing showbiz suits enough to sign him to a starring role on a reboot of a classic television series. The producers of the feature "Superman Returns" (2006) passed on him for their title character, but NBC made Bruening the new face of the redux of its sci-fi/spy action show, "Knight Rider" (2008-09) - first with a two-hour movie, followed by a series revival. In many ways, Bruening's career arc ironically saw him echo the path of onetime daytime star-cum-Knight Rider, David Hasselhoff, though the young upstart was ultimately regarded with much more respect and higher expectations than his predecessor, boding well for a lengthy, dependable career in showbiz. (Source: www.rottentomatoes.com)

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With his chiseled good looks, Justin Bruening made as big a splash as a young actor can by conquering the world of daytime soaps, living his own youthful fairy tale romance onscreen and off, and impressing showbiz suits enough to sign him to a starring role on a reboot of a classic television series. The producers of the feature "Superman Returns" (2006) passed on him for their title character, but NBC made Bruening the new face of the redux of its sci-fi/spy action show, "Knight Rider" (2008-09) - first with a two-hour movie, followed by a series revival. In many ways, Bruening's career arc ironically saw him echo the path of onetime daytime star-cum-Knight Rider, David Hasselhoff, though the young upstart was ultimately regarded with much more respect and higher expectations than his predecessor, boding well for a lengthy, dependable career in showbiz.

If you’ve seen the new Netflix series, Sweet Magnolias, chances are you’re already fallen in love with the talented Justin Bruening. Â However, Sweet Magnolias probably isn’t the only thing you recognize Justin from. He’s had a very successful career and has appeared in some popular shows like Grey’s Anatomy, All My Children, and Hawaii Five-O. Â Justin’s good looks and charming demeanor have made it easy for him to play the irresistible love interest. Even if you aren’t familiar with Justin by name, the truth is that once you see his handsome face, you definitely won’t forget it. Continue reading for 10 things you didn’t know about Justin Bruening. (Source: tvovermind.com)

 

 

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