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Bruce Dinsmore
Born November 22, 1965 (age 44)
Vancouver, British Columbia

Bruce Dinsmore (November 22, 1965) is a Canadian actor born in Vancouver. He voices Binky Barnes and David Read in Arthur, Tubby Tompkins in The Little Lulu Show, Horace in Wimzie's House and Jervis Coltrane and Mr. Hutchins in What's With Andy? (2003-2007).

He has recently completed shooting on Infected for Muse Prod. and just wrapped on Incendo Prod. Final Verdict. He will be shooting "40 is the new 20" by Simon Boisvert in the fall of '08. He is the star of "TAC.TV, the English version of the Quebec creation "Tetes a Claques", a Canadian internet comedy sensation. A unique blend of animation and live action TAC TV features Dinsmore as several different characters.

Dinsmore also provided voiceovers for Sirtech's game Wizardry 8 and other animated TV series such as Rotten Ralph, Tripping the Rift, Mumble Bumble, Papa Beaver's Storytime, The Magical Adventures of Quasimodo, Cat Tales, Patrol 03, Animal Crackers, The Bellflower Bunnies, The Country Mouse and the City Mouse Adventures, Malo Korrigan, Fennec, Marsupilami, Wunschpunsch, Battle B-Daman, The Kids from Room 402, A Miss Mallard Mystery, Winx Club, Jim Button, The Boy, Caillou, Pet Pals, Bad Dog, Mona The Vampire, Sea Dogs, Jungle Tales, Faireez, Princess Sissi, Kid Paddle, Tommy and Oscar, Team S.O.S., The Secret World of Santa Claus, Billy and Buddy, Gofrette, Bimbo, My Goldfish is Evil, Ivanhoe, The Babaloos, Edward, Potatoes and Dragons, Woofy, The Wombles, Sagwa, the Chinese Siamese Cat, Pig City, Simon in the Land of Chalk Drawings, Robinson Sucroe, Milo, X-DuckX, Flight Squad, Lucky Luke, Fred the Caveman, Inuk, Daft Planet, Ocean Tales, Kit and Kaboodle, The Tofus, Kaput and Zösky, Night Hood, Ratz, Spaced Out, 3 Gold Coins, Yakari, Hoze Houndz, The Adventures of Princess Sydney, Ripley's Believe It or Not!, Belphegor, Zoé Kezako, Cosmic Cowboys, Iron Nose, Creepschool, Kassai and Leuk, The Triplets, Upstairs, Downstairs Bears, Nunavut, Kitou, Monster Allergy, Monster Buster Club and Gnou as well as the animated 1996 feature How the Toys Saved Christmas and videogames including Jagged Alliance: Deadly Games, Jagged Alliance 2, Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory, Beowulf: The Game, Silent Storm and Rainbow Six 3: Black Arrow.

He also appeared as a guest appearance on films and television series such as Largo Winch, Highlander: The Series, Cold Squad, Vampire High, Laserhawk, Never Too Late, P.T. Barnum, The Audrey Hepburn Story, The Sleep Room, Live Through This, Waking the Dead, Sacred Ground, Killer Wave, Maid of Honour, Last Exit, The Kid, Twist of Fate, Stranger in the House, Perpetrators of the Crime, After Amy and Final Verdict.

A graduate of the National Theatre School[1], Dinsmore is also doing new episodes of the YTV hit Prank Patrol.

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