Bruno is currently working on a film called 66 starring Helena Bonham-Carter.
The greatest dancer Bruno has ever seen is Mikhail Baryshnikov in the 70s – "It was just beyond anything you've ever seen before, or anything you've ever seen since at that level of artistry, bordering on the genius."
Bruno is in Elton John's video, I'm Still Standing.
As a toddler, Bruno used to dance in front of the radio, entertaining people.
Bruno's father was a fan of Fred Astaire and Gene Kelly.
Bruno is currently directing a stage play called Space Vixens.
Bruno can speak English, Spanish, French and Italian.
Bruno once appeared as a dancer for Bruce Forsyth, who is the host of Strictly Come Dancing.
Bruno was in Elton John's music video for I'm Still Standing which was directed by fellow Strictly Come Dancing judge, Arlene Philips.
After Patrick Swazye did an impression of him.
Bruno: What an endorsement.
Bruno (on Dancing With the Stars): It's very similar. It's exactly the same show. It's fewer judges, so we talk more, which I quite like! Well, I'm never one to shut up. It was the biggest show in the summer.
Bruno (on who he think will win): Well, I don't know! At this stage I really don't know. It could be Zoë; it could James, Colin or Darren. At this stage they are all in the running. Patsy could come back very, very strong. At the moment Will and Bill are the weakest.
Bruno (on the highlights of the first three seasons): Oh, there are so many. For me it was sometimes the worst moments – The Paso Dreadful by Chris Parker. Sometimes the bad are nearly as good as the good. Obviously Natasha [is a highlight]. The Jill and Denise race to the top, and this year it's very exciting because we have some very strong men.
Bruno: (on the other judges): I get on fine with everybody. I do my job and don't take things personally. They're entitled to their opinion so when I don't agree at the time I respond to it.
Bruno (on the success of Strictly Come Dancing): It's not just another reality show. It brings back variety, very high production values and family entertainment. There isn't anything like it – you can't compare it to the X Factor.
Bruno (after leaping around the studio): I was exaggerating to make a point.
Claudia: I'm thinking 'demented.'
Bruno (doing an impression of Craig): Four.
Bruno (on Bill and Karen's Rumba): It was Godzilla and the praying mantis.
Bruno (to Patsy and Anton): With you, there's more ups and downs than the plotlines of EastEnders.
Bruno (on Colin's Samba): It was the boy from Brazil let loose and bootylicious.
Bruno (on Jill and Darren's Jive): I couldn't judge that. I was transported by an explosion of talent.