Alison Bruce

Alison Bruce is a famous NewZealand’s television and movie actress. She is in her 50’s yet has been sensational on her work. She is admired by many television personnel and celebrities around the world because of her humble character and good personality. Alison is mostly known for her work in television series such as Young Hercules, Magik and Rose and Mercy Peak which was released in 1998, 2001 and 2002 respectively.

Alison Bruce started her career way back in 1986 when she was just 24 years old. She made her debut from the television series Heroes where she played the role of Glenda. Despite being born in Tanzania she made her name and fame in New Zealand and made herself a prominent actress in the industry.

Name Alison Bruce
Birthday 1962
Age 58
Gender Female
Height 5 ft 2 in
Nationality New Zealander
Ethnicity White
Profession Actor
Net Worth Approx $5million
Married/Single Married
Husband Neill Rea

10 Facts on Alison Bruce:

Alison Bruce was born in 1962 in the East African country Tanzania.Alson’s age as of 2020 is just 58 years old but she hasn’t revealed her exact date of birth.Alison is married to Neill Rea but she hasn’t quite opened up about her relation and their dating as she has been very secretive about her personal life.Alison Bruce’s husband Neill Rea is a famous actor and a casting director who has born in 1971 and is almost 10 years younger than his partner.Alison along with her family immigrated to New Zeland from Tanzania when she was just 8 years old.New Zealand television actress Alison Bruce from One Lane Bridge has been on hype because of her performance on the series where she played the role of Lois.Her net worth as of 2020 is more than 5 million dollars.Alison has been part of more than 56 movies and television series and some of her famous works are The Gulf, Golden Boy, Dear Murderer and lastly The wilds which is in the post-production phase.Her height is approximately 5 feet and 2 inches tall.She follows the Christianity religion and is from a white ethnic group of New Zealand.