What is Bruno Campos doing now? Wife, Net Worth, Biography

April 18, 2024
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Who is Bruno Campos?

Bruno Campos was born under the zodiac sign of Sagittarius on 3 December 1973, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; he is Brazilian, and his ethnicity is White. Bruno is an actor with 38 credits to his name, perhaps known best for his portrayal of Diego Vasquez in the series “Jesse”, which brought him The American Latino Media Arts (ALMA) Award in 1999, for Outstanding Actor in a Drama Series; he was nominated for the same award in 2000.

Early life and education

Bruno was raised by his father Paulo Campos who was an international banker, and his mother Thania an actress; he has three sisters Mara, Adriana, and Mariana.


Although he was born in Rio de Janeiro, he spent most of his childhood in other cities in Brazil, and also in other countries, such as Toronto in Canada, Bahrain (a country in the Persian Gulf), and Houston, Texas in the USA.

He attended Interlochen Arts Academy in Michigan, and upon matriculating in 1991, he entered Northwestern University from which he graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Drama in 1995.

Career as an actor

Bruno made his acting debut in the 1995 movie “O Quatrilho”, alongside Alexandre Paternost, Gloria Pires and Patricia Pillar, cast to play the character Massimo in this romantic drama about two immigrant couples, in the story full of forbidden feelings, betrayal, and hard decisions to make.


The movie won five awards, and had 10 award nominations, including for an Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film.

In 1997, Bruno had a minor role in the series “Chicago Sons”, followed by supporting roles in series such as “Suddenly Susan”, “The Last Don”, “Total Security”, and “Cybill”.

In the next year, he had a more significant role in the series “Jesse”, in which he acted alongside Liza Snyder, Christina Applegate and Jennifer Milmore.

In the following years, he portrayed Joseph Marquez in the series “Resurrection Blvd.”, and in the series “Leap Years” he was cast to play Joe Rivera, starring alongside Nina Garbiras and David Julian Hirsh in this drama created by Daniel Lipman.

From 2001 until 2003, Bruno made appearances in the series “Will & Grace”, and in the movies “Miss Miami” and “Dopamine”, in which he starred with Sabrina Lloyd and John Livingston, followed by his recurring role in the series “ER”, in which he portrayed Dr. Eddie Dorset.

In 2004, Bruno was cast to play Mark Camacho in the series “The D.A.”, followed by his roles in the series “Boston Legal” and “Nip/Tuck”, in which he portrayed Dr. Quentin Costa, about two plastic surgeons who are opposite in their ways of thinking and living – the one is a family man and the other is an unscrupulous playboy; the series had 58 award nominations and won 12 awards, including a Primetime Emmy.


In the following decade, Bruno had mostly minor roles in series, appearing in an episode of series such as “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation”, “Numb3rs”, “Castle”, “Ghost Whisperer”, and “Private Practice”. He was cast to play Charlie Casey, appearing in four episodes of the series “Royal Pains”; he also acted in some short TV movies such as “Blue Moon” and “The Wedding Album”.

In 2009, he voiced the character Prince Naveen in the animated movie “The Princess and the Frog”, which had 42 award nominations, including for three Oscars, and won 10 awards.

Bruno Campos

What is Bruno Campos doing now?

The reason why Bruno stopped acting was his wish to continue his education, as he enrolled at law school, and in 2013 graduated from the University of Michigan, awarded with a Juris Doctorate in law. He was subsequently admitted to the bar in New York City, and started his career as an attorney in the law firm Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, and worked at this company from 2015. As of September 2021, he is working as an associate attorney at Covington & Burling LLP in New York.

Love life and relationships

Bruno has been keeping his love life a secret, and has spoken of only a single woman whom he has been with.


Nevertheless, there are various rumors concerning both his sexual orientation, and his love life.

However, it’s widely known that he’s a married man – his wife is Carina, but that’s all that’s known about her; there is no information about her background, how the two met, or when they married, and it seems that Bruno is determined to keep his private life away from the media.

As of September 2021, they are still married, and don’t have children.

Hobbies and other interests

Bruno’s favorite hobbies are swimming and surfing, and he loves to spend his spare time with his family on the beach in summer days.

He likes to spend winter mountains skiing, and skating on iced lakes.

He prefers watching movies in cinema rather than at home – his favorite genres are comedy and action movies. His favorite actors are George Clooney and Robert Downey Jr., and when it comes to his favorite actresses, these are Meryl Streep and Elizabeth Taylor; his favorite movies are “Cleopatra”, “Sophie’s Choice” and “Ocean’s Eleven”.

Bruno isn’t active on social media, because he prefers to keep his life private.


The interesting fact about Bruno is that he was chosen as one of the Sexiest Men Alive by “People” magazine in 1998, and “TV Guide” included him on its list of 16 Sexiest Stars on TV.

He has also acted in theatre; Bruno had a lead role in the play “All’s Well That Ends Well” at The Goodman Theatre in Chicago, which was directed by Mary Zimmerman, a Tony-awarded director and playwright.

Age, height, and net worth

Bruno is 47 years old, he has dark brown hair and his eyes are blue, he is 6ft (1.85m) tall, and weighs around 164lbs (74kgs); his body type is athletic.

As of September 2021, his net worth has been estimated at over $4 million.

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