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Bruce Flanders (I)

Bruce Flanders was born on June 4, 1945 in Pasadena, California, USA. He is an actor, known for Independence Day (1983), Tournament of Destruction (1989) and Cheaper to Keep Her (1981). He has been married to Vickie Flanders since February 14, 1981. They have two children. See full bio »

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Known For

Independence Day
Independence Day Track Announcer
(1983)
Tournament of Destruction
Tournament of Destruction Himself - Host
(1989)
Dorf Goes Auto Racing
(1990)

Filmography

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 2007 2 Fast 2 Furry (Short)
Speedway Announcer (voice)
 2007 The Girls Next Door (TV Series)
Announcer
- Dangerous Curves (2007) ... Announcer
 2003 CSI: Miami (TV Series)
Announcer
- Grand Prix (2003) ... Announcer (uncredited)
 2001 Driven
Announcer (uncredited)
 1990 Dorf Goes Auto Racing (Video short)
Announcer
 1986 Miami Vice (TV Series)
Announcer
- Florence Italy (1986) ... Announcer (voice, uncredited)
 1983 Independence Day
Track Announcer
 1981 Cheaper to Keep Her
Leon
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 2000 The Challenge (TV Series)
Demolition Derby Announcer
- Challenge 2000: Stratos-Fear (2000) ... Demolition Derby Announcer
 1989 Tournament of Destruction (Video documentary)
Himself - Host
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach, Announcer, 1978-current See more »

Publicity Listings:

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Height:

6' 2" (1.88 m)
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Did You Know?

Trivia:

Bruce set a land speed record on the Bonneville salt flats on board a Kawasaki motorcycle. It was a "Pops" Yoshimura tuned KZ-1000, and the record was set at 141.703 mph. This was the fastest production motorcycle speed recorded (at that time) by the American Motorcyclist Association and the record stood for seven years. See more »

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Gemini

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