Keeping it GAY!



Openly GAY  actor BRUCE HART has worked with some of the biggest names in the industry, particularly in the GLBT field: Greg Louganis, Ann Walker (she is known for Sordid Lives), Ian Roberts (openly gay rugby player), Rutanya Alda (Mommie Dearest), Rebekah Kochan (known for Eating Out films), Ron Jeremy (adult film star), Brian Nolan (The Lair series), Dylan Vox (The Lair and producer of Sharknado films) Jason Stuart (Birth of a Nation) just to name a few.  Recently he co stared on the WEB SERIES OLD DOGS  NEW TRICKS, though the series is on hold there is a special REBROADCAST episode the details on that are below.

Catch the move OPEN  at  2 Film Festivals, its slated to be available on streaming before the end of the year.  View the Trailer    

The next film festival screening the film Open is 16 September  at 3:30 PM at qFLIX Worchester.  Meet BRUCE along with his  brother Paul Hart who directed.
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The final film festival screening the  film Open is the Tea Dance Gay & Lesbian Film festival  13-14 October  in Greenville, North Carolina.
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THE SERIES OLD DOGS NEW TRICKS  IS REBROADCASTING A special marriage episode at   Cinema Diverse:  It’s on Saturday  23 September 23rd with BRUCE along with creator and star Leon Acord and cast member Jeffrey Patrick Olson.  They are screening the single episode entitled Big Fat Gay Wedding where his  character Nelson Van Eddy marries Greg Louganis’ character Dirk Evans.  See the exclusive photos below   Link:

A bit more info on Bruce ..born in Michigan and relocated to Los Angeles where he began his career on television. Bruce is best known for his roles in feature films such as “Saltwater” also starring Ian Roberts and “Homewrecker” also starring Dylan Vox and Rebekah Kochan which spoofs the genre of melodramatic Lifetime Channel movies but with a gay twist. The latter film was also co-written and executive produced by Hart.
In 2007 Bruce appeared the award winning film on gay bashing “The Reckoning” in and was cited by the Life Affirmation Association for his strong portrayal as the abducted and victimized leader of a fictional Gay & Lesbian Center. The tale coincidentally paralleled his own experience with violence when he was assaulted on the streets of Los Angeles and suffered severe head injuries and paralysis of his right arm. Both injuries he overcame after surgery and intense physical therapy. Hart is also known for his roles in two series. In “Boystown” a Canadian TV series he plays the villain Stuart who stirs up heaps of trouble. In “Old Dogs and New Tricks” a web series he plays the bitchy “frenemy” Nelson Van Eddy.

Check him out on IMBD

Follow on Twitter @BruceLHart on on INSTAGRAM

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