Bruce Adler is one the most talented actors gifted to the industry. He was born on November 27, 1944, in New York City, United States. Unfortunately, Bruce Adler fell victim to cancer as he died in 2008 due to Liver Cancer. Bruce Adler was mainly known for the voice work he did in animated movies.
Adler before coming into the film used to do a lot of theatre. His father and mother were both established theatre artist of their time. Bruce made his debut at a young age in Yiddish theatre. In his debut, he worked alongside his parents and uncles. Throughout his teen, he worked at the Yiddish theatre during which he featured in Neil Simon’s Come Blow Your Horn. He also became mainstream in the American theatre. Bruce Adler also served in the US Army for two years after which he dedicated himself to acting. Bruce Adler’s first marriage with Isabelle Farrell, which ended in a divorce. In 2003, he got married to Amy London with whom he had his first child, Jacob Adler.
Adler grew in experience year by year doing theatre. After finally making a statement in the industry. He made his debut in 1975 in Oklahoma!. He did many other Broadway shows after his debut. He did Oh, Brother! In 1981. He was part of Crazy For You till the drama finished. He worked for four years with Crazy For You. Before that, he did Rumours in 1988 and Broadway in 1987. After several years of doing Broadway, he started to produce theatre for Jewish themes. He later appeared in many productions for The Muny. Bruce Adler later started giving his voice for animated movies. Bruce lends his voice to many animated movies by Disney. Beauty and the Beast featured Bruce Adler in a voice role for which he is popularly known. Later in his career Adler, came up with shows which paid tribute to many celebrities. His shows played an important role in the success of theatre in the mid-90s. It is said that there is nothing that Bruce Adler could not do. His acting skills made it impossible for people to watch him without enjoying it. Bruce Adler’s popular accolades included the Drama Desk Award in 1991. He showcased sheer brilliance and class on the stage with his acting. We salute Adler for his contributions and achievements in the industry.