Bruce (surname)

Bruce (surname)

Bruce is a surname of Scottish-Norman origin. The de Brus family originated in Brix, in Manche, northern France.

People named Bruce

* Alexander Bruce (disambiguation)
* Cameron Bruce (born 1979), Australian-football professional
* Catherine Wolfe Bruce (1816-1900), American benefactor of the Harvard College Observatory
* Edward Bruce (c. 1275-1318), King of Scots
* Fiona Bruce (born 1964), British television presenter
* George Bruce (disambiguation)
* Isaac Bruce (born 1972), American football wide receiver for the St. Louis Rams
* Jacob Bruce (1669–1735), Russian statesman, military leader and scientist
* James Bruce (disambiguation)
* Jay Bruce (born 1987), Major League Baseball outfielder
* John Bruce (disambiguation)
* Ken Bruce (born 1951), Radio Presenter
* Lenny Bruce (1925–1966), Jewish-American stand-up comedian, writer, social critic and satirist of the 1950s and 1960s
* Malcolm Bruce (born 1944), British politician
* Michael Bruce (1746-1767), Scottish poet
* Nigel Bruce (1895–1953), British character actor
* Robert I of Scotland (1274-1329), Robert the Bruce, King of Scotland
* Robert Bruce (disambiguation)
* Stanley Bruce (1883–1967), Australian politician and diplomat, eighth Prime Minister of Australia
* Steve Bruce (born 1960), British football manager
* Theo Bruce (1923-2002), Australian athlete who competed mainly in the long jump
* William Bruce (disambiguation)

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