Bruno Campos

Bruno Campos ( born December 3, 1973 in Rio de Janeiro) is a Brazilian actor.

Life and career

He was born as the third child of Paulo Campos and Thania. He has two sisters Mara and Adriana. During her childhood she moved from Brazil to Canada, Bahrain and finally in the United States.

At 14, he attended the Interlochen Arts Academy in Michigan. He then studied drama at Northwestern University, where he made his bachelor's degree. In 1995 he was there then discovered by Tony Award winner Mary Zimmerman from Chicago and got the lead role in the performance of Shakespeare's well that ends well at the Goodman Theatre. In the same year he also played in his first film O Quatrilho, which serves as the best foreign-language film was nominated at the Academy Awards, with.

After playing in the NBC sitcom Jesse Diego with Christina Applegate, he became known in the United States. As an advocate of the Showtime series Leap Years and as Dr. Eddie Dorset in Emergency Room - he has the emergency room guest appearances in several episodes. In 2004 he came to Nip / Tuck and played the plastic surgeon Quentin Costa.

He is currently in the first year at the University of Michigan Law School.


Series appearances


  • 2010 Nominated "Best Ensemble" for The Princess and the Frog ( 2009)
  • 2000 Nominated " Outstanding Actor in a Comedy Series" for Jesse (1998)
  • 1999 winner " Outstanding Actor in a Comedy Series" for Jesse (1998)

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