We have been fans of Bruce Blain since his Supernatual role in 2013 and became major fans of him from his role as Vic on CW's Riverdale, which is the biggest show of this generation!
We couldn't have been more thrilled to interview a cast memeber of the Riverdale franchise and so much more! Bruce shares about his acting journey and his new look. He expresses to new actors how important it is to believe in yourself, to be logical and kind to others.
Bruce opens up about the loss of Riverdale's star Luke Perry and how most of his scenes were with the beloved artist.
You can see Blain in roles on "The Returned", "Supernatural" (TV Series)
Coach Phil Evans / Dwight Charles, "iZombie" (TV Series) as Sonny, "Timeless" (TV Series) as the Plumber, in "Legends of Tomorrow" (TV Series) as Desk Sergeant, "The Good Doctor" (TV Series) as the Bus Driver, "The Magicians" (TV Series) as a Cop 1, "Altered Carbon" (TV Series) as Re-Sleeve Guard, "Once Upon a Time" (TV Series) as Desk Sergeant, "Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce" (TV Series) as the Car Dealer, "Ruby Herring Mysteries": Her Last Breath (TV Movie) as the Police Mechanic, "Christmas Town" (TV Movie) as the Conductor, Far Cry 5 as Casey Fixman, Stolen by My Mother: The Kamiyah Mobley Story (TV Movie) as The Chaplain, "The Impossible" as the American Tourist, "Riverdale" (TV Series) Vic and many more.
Bruce Blain has been a salesman, a bar manager, a managing editor, an entrepreneur, a carpenter, a teacher, but in 2004, while living in Thailand, he became a film, TV, and voice actor. He quickly established himself, booking scores of Films and TV Commercials, most notably working along side Eric Roberts in "The Mark" and Ewan McGregor in "The Impossible" in December of 2010, leading him to the conclusion, finally, that no other career would do.
After a 13 year stay in Southeast Asia, he moved to Vancouver to pursue acting full time. Since arriving there, he has recurred on such TV shows as; Once Upon a Time (9 episodes in Season 7 as The Desk Sergeant), Riverdale (5 episodes and counting as VIC), Supernatural (as Dwight Charles and Coach Phil Evans), along with day player appearances in most of the usual Vancouver shot shows, and such films as Max 2: White House Hero, Leprechaun: Origins, Rampage 2 and 3, and a whole host of Hallmark and Lifetime movies of the week; AND he has been the Campaign Voice for several VO campaigns.
Bruce Blain, is a working actor, and he couldn't be happier. (Oh, and he wrote, produced, directed, and starred in the award winning short film "Mad Santa".)
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Credit- Photo on set with stars K.J. Apa and Madelaine Petsch of Riverdale created by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa