Bruno Hess is a fictional musician and a minor recurring character featured on the ABC daytime Gothic soap opera series Dark Shadows. Played by actor Michael Stroka, he is part of the "1970 Parallel Time" storyline and was first introduced in episode 976 in March, 1970. The character made fourteen appearances in the series in total.
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- The character of Bruno Hess was created by director Henry Kaplan and writer Gordon Russell based on concepts originally developed by Dan Curtis and Art Wallace.
- The character of Bruno Hess was inspired by the character Jack Favell from Daphne du Maurier's 1938 Gothic romance novel Rebecca.
- Wrote and composed the song, "Ode to Angelique", in honor of Angelique Stokes.
- Trademark: Bruno Hess quite possibly uses more product in his hair than any other character in the history of television.
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