Edit An American comedy writer, songwriter, and actor Bruce Gerald Vilanch was born on November 23, 1948, in the New York City and raised in Paterson, New Jersey.When Vilanch was of four days, he got adopted by Jonas Vilanch, an optometrist, and his wife Henne.Vilanch was a co-writer for The Donny and Marie Show after transferring to Los Angeles; he also wrote Star Wars Holiday Special in 1978, and also the short-lived Brandy Bunch Variety Hour, however, it was canceled later for airing.Moreover, he started writing jokes for Lily Tomlin, Billy Crystal, Roseanna Barr and much more.later Bruce shifted to a different profession started to work as a reporter and columnist for The Advocate, where he enjoyed writing serious scripts.In 1975, he made his feature film debut, "playing a dress", which was produced by Mahogany and starring Diana Ross.“I don’t mind dating younger men now,” says season 2’s Harry, 51. “It might be ego, but I really feel I can keep up with them.” She’s directing a gospel play but wouldn’t say no to TV again.
) and has been downright flaming -- he is breaking our gaydar! Scroll down and check out his large body, short and/or medium blonde hairstyles & haircuts.
How does a single gay guy find his way to the right, lasting relationship?
Our dating expert shares authentic sagas straight (so to speak) from his client's experiences to illuminate his seven principles, developed to help navigate today's dating challenges.
After graduating, from high school, Bruce attended "The Ohio State University" as a theater and journalism student.
Vilanch later appeared in student theater productions and wrote reviews hoping it would be the beginning of his career.