Bruno Irizarry is an actor, screenwriter and director. The comedy Shut Up and Do it!  screened at various film festivals in the United States marks his debut as a film director. Bruno also worked as a director for the ‘Kismet Theatre’ company located in New Jersey where he directed the play Chewing Mother’s Bones. As an actor, his career has been very extensive and varied. He was last seen in the world premiere of “The Night is a Child” at the Milwaukee Repertory Theatre. Some of his credits are: Anna In The Tropics (Portland Center Stage); Love, Valour and Compassion! (Seattle Repertory Theatre); Who Killed Hector Lavoe? (47 Street Theatre, NY / Centro de Bellas Artes, P.R.); West Side Story (Opera Illinois); La Gringa and Blood Wedding (Spanish Repertory Theatre, NY). On television Bruno has appeared in New York Undercover and Guiding Light. In the movies, he had the pleasure to meet and be directed by Robert De Niro in the film The Good Shepherd.

The search for new experiences takes him to create 222 Productions LLC, with offices in New Jersey and Puerto Rico. The goals of the production company are to produce and develop feature films with independent financing. His next project, the romantic comedy “200 Letters” will begin production next year.