Inspired by a book he read during his worksite lunch breaks, titled “Live Your Dreams,” by Les Brown, Bruno began driving into New York City a few nights a week to take acting classes after putting in a full day of ironworking. He challenged himself to learn a new craft. A couple of years later, he would find himself moving across the country to California with no promises, just an earnest desire to build a life — not unlike his parents before him.
Bruno has been a working actor for the past 20 years and is a proud member of another union, SAG/AFTRA. He is living proof that America still rewards hard work and perseverance. This past year has been a devastating one for so many. Lives lost, jobs lost, schools closed, people in food lines — a country in turmoil. We have relied on our essential workers to keep our communities moving forward, nurses, doctors, delivery drivers, grocers, law enforcement, farmers, just to name a few. Bruno recognizes their wartime commitment and is ready to work on their behalf.
Today, Bruno is committed to serving his country once again by running for Congress in California’s 23rd District, where he resides. Unlike some lifelong politicians in Washington, Bruno is ready to roll up his sleeves and get to work for the great people of the Central Valley.