Randy Bruce was born January 9th, 1998 in Danville Indiana. He was born with the name Randy Bruce Ziegelman to Nina and Bill Ziegelman. He grew up never being a part of theatre. He tried every sport there was to play in school but he never connected with any of them. Randy's mother kept telling him that he should get involved in theatre. His outgoing positive outlook on everything is what made her believe that he could achieve something great. He auditioned for his first show 'All I Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten.' Once Randy joined theatre he was cast in almost every show his school had to offer. During his junior year of high school Randy and his troupe won the Indiana State Theatre Championship with the show 'And a Child Shall Lead.' Randy played the part of Pavel Hoffman in that show. His troupe set records with that production by placing first at regionals and state with perfect scores at both. That hadn't been done by any other school district in the history of the festival. Randy went on to win a judges special mention at Hanover College play writing showcase for a musical he created with his friend Kameron Stevens titled, 'Shining Poverty.' He went on to attend a semester at Ball State University before leaving to pursue a career of acting full time. He also is an alumni of The Biz Academy of Musical Theatre in Avon, Indiana. He was best known for his roles as Professor Callahan (Legally Blonde: The Musical), and Timon (Lion King) during his run with The Biz. in 2017 Randy landed his first professional role in a production when he played the host in the short film 'Reflections in the Mirror.' The film premiered in fall of 2018. Randy Bruce currently is cast as attorney Ray Caveman in the upcoming feature film 'Three Corners of Deception.' The film wrapped up filming in 2019 and is set to be released in theatres in October of 2020.
I have experience in Film, Reality T.V., Television, and Onstage. I'm currently a client of Heyman Talent out of Indianapolis, IN.
Sasquatch Summer directed by Clark Comstock