Christine Bruno

Christine Bruno

Disability Advocate at Inclusion in the Arts, Performer

Biography

Christine Bruno is Disability Advocate at Inclusion in the Arts, a national not-for-profit that promotes the full inclusion of artists of color and disabled artists in theatre, film, television and related media. She has represented the organization at symposiums, film and theatre festivals, forums, panels, resource events, and television and radio outlets across the U.S. and internationally. Christine received her MFA in acting and directing from the New School, is a lifetime member of the Actors Studio and has worked across all mediums as an actor, director and acting coach. A proud union member, Christine is Chair of the New York SAG-AFTRA Performers with Disabilities Committee and serves on the SAG-AFTRA National Performers with Disabilities and the Actors’ Equity EEOC Committees. Her selected theatre, film and television credits include The Maids (adaptation by Jose Rivera, INTAR), The Glass Menagerie (Fulton Theatre), The Good Daughter (NJ Rep), The Ugly Girl, Raspberry (musicals, U.K.), Screw You, Jimmy Choo! (U.K. and Australia) Law & Order, iCreep, Flatbush Luck, This is Where We Live.