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Cheryl Lynn Bruce


Cheryl Lynn Bruce is an actress, known for Stranger Than Fiction (2006), The Fugitive (1993) and Music Box (1989). See full bio »
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Known For

Stranger Than Fiction
Stranger Than Fiction Head ER Nurse
(2006)
The Fugitive
The Fugitive O.R. Doctor
(1993)
Music Box
Music Box Georgine Wheeler
(1989)
Daughters of the Dust
Daughters of the Dust Viola Peazant
(1991)

Filmography

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 2006 Stranger Than Fiction
Head ER Nurse
 2005 Prison Break (TV Series)
Judge
- Pilot (2005) ... Judge
 1996 To Sir, with Love II (TV Movie)
Emily Taylor
 1993 Missing Persons (TV Series)
Doctor
 1993 The Fugitive
O.R. Doctor
 1992 Law & Order (TV Series)
Dr. Raphael
- Star Struck (1992) ... Dr. Raphael
 1991 Separate But Equal (TV Mini-Series)
Gladys Hampton
 1991 Cheers (TV Series)
Administrator
- Rat Girl (1991) ... Administrator
 1991 Daughters of the Dust
Viola Peazant
 1990 Victimless Crimes
Maggie
 1989 Music Box
Georgine Wheeler
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 2014 Hairy Who & The Chicago Imagists (Documentary)
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(April 17 to May 13, 2012) She acted in Danai Gurira's play, "The Convert," in a co-production with McCarter Theatre Center and Goodman Theatre in a world premiere at the Kirk Douglas Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Zainab Jah and Pascale Armand in the cast. Emily Mann was director. Lap Chi Chu was lighting designer. ... See more »
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She was nominated for a 2000 Joseph Jefferson Award for Actress in a Principal Role in a play for "Voice of Good Hope" at the Victory Gardens Theater in Chicago, Illinois. See more »

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