Character Guides Netflix’s It’s Bruno!: Cast, Characters & Descriptions (with Spoilers)

Netflix’s It’s Bruno!: Cast, Characters & Descriptions (with Spoilers)

A character guide for Netflix’s It’s Bruno!  featuring cast members names, character descriptions, and noteworthy information.

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Solvan Naim As Malcolm

Malcolm (Solvan Naim) striking a pose.
Malcolm (Solvan Naim)

Is First Noted In

Season 1, Episode 1 “Operation Turkey Meat”

Character Introduction

Thanks to a settlement, Malcolm is able put all his attention into this rescue Bruno. One of, if not his first dog, after his family denied him the opportunity to have a dog all his life. But, while Bruno is a good dog, throughout Malcolm’s neighborhood, he finds himself constantly encountering people with ill intentions when it comes to Bruno or who wish to make him look like a bad dog father.

Additional Information About Malcolm

  • Malcolm’s last name is Bartello
  • He’s a Brooklyn native
  • Is portrayed by the creator, director, and writer of the show.

Kathiamarice Lopez As Leslie

Leslie (Kathiamarice Lopez) outside her bodega.
Leslie (Kathiamarice Lopez)

Is First Noted In

Season 1, Episode 1 “Operation Turkey Meat”

Character Introduction

Is a local bodega owner who is lenient when it comes to Bruno in her store.

Additional Information About Leslie

Donnell Rawlings As Crackhead Carl

Crackhead Carl (Donnell Rawlings) walking with his cart.
Crackhead Carl (Donnell Rawlings)

Is First Noted In

Season 1, Episode 1 “Operation Turkey Meat”

Character Introduction

The local crackhead who usually is selling a bunch of stolen or found items for $5 from a shopping cart he pushes around.

Additional Information About Crackhead Carl

David Ebert As Hipster

Hipster (David Ebert) walking his greyhound.
Hipster (David Ebert)

Is First Noted In

Season 1, Episode 2 “Sh*t and Run”

Character Introduction

New to Brooklyn, the Hipster becomes a pain in Malcolm’s side since he doesn’t clean up after his greyhound. Which is a problem for Malcolm since it leads some to believe the greyhound’s poops are Bruno – despite Bruno being quite small. But, with the Hipster apparently also being a former track star, many fail to be able to physically confront him.

Additional Information About Hipster

Sam Eliad As Charlie

Charlie (Sam Eliad) talking about Malcolm hitting him with a stick.
Charlie (Sam Eliad)

Is First Noted In

Season 1, Episode 2 “Sh*t and Run”

Character Introduction

Charlie is the local stoop kid who insists Bruno’s real name is Charlie. Like with Harvey, Malcolm has a complicated relationship with him. One which, sometimes, can be friendly, but most of the time Malcolm just wants to beat him with a stick.

Additional Information About Charlie

Johnnie Mae As Maureen

Maureen (Johnnie Mae) getting her nails done.
Maureen (Johnnie Mae)

Is First Noted In

Season 1, Episode 2 “Sh*t and Run”

Character Introduction

A local grandmother, she has beef with Malcolm for, in her opinion, overreacting when she tried to touch Bruno and him trying to touch her granddaughter’s hair. Something he does to show that you just don’t touch people – since Malcolm treats Bruno like a person.

Additional Information About Maureen

  • She is the one who reveals Malcolm has settlement money.

Rob Morgan As Harvey

Harvey (Rob Morgan) talking to Malcolm.
Harvey (Rob Morgan)

Is First Noted In

Season 1, Episode 3 “An Angie Is Born”

Character Introduction

Harvey is Malcolm’s nemesis who relishes their rivalry. Mostly due to him and his dog Angie often coming out on top – at first.

Additional Information About Harvey

Shakira Barrera As Lulu

Lulu (Shakira Barrera) smiling at Malcolm.
Lulu (Shakira Barrera)

Is First Noted In

Season 1, Episode 4 “Lovely Lulu”

Character Introduction

A family member of local dog thieves, Lulu either holds her favorite dogs for herself or cases local dog owners whose pups can’t be taken with a simple distraction. Though, taking note of her time dating Malcolm, among other men, there is always the chance she has a twisted relationship with dogs. Which is said solely due to her calling out the names of the dog she is trying to take during sex.

Additional Information About Lulu

  • It isn’t made clear, in season 1, if she is Billy’s sister, Barry’s sister, a cousin, or what. We just know the three live together.

Jade Eshete As Rosa

Rosa (Jade Eshete) smiling.
Rosa (Jade Eshete)

Is First Noted In

Season 1, Episode 5 “War Of The Walkers”

Character Introduction

An employee of Cuban Tone’s supermarket, she takes a liking to Malcolm and helps him find a way to coerce Cuban Tone to allow Bruno into his supermarket.

Additional Information About Rosa

  • She is Trinidadian.
  • Also, Rosa is an undocumented immigrant.

Anthony L. Fernandez As Barry

Barry (Anthony L. Fernandez) looking upset.
Barry (Anthony L. Fernandez)

Is First Noted In

Season 1, Episode 5 “War Of The Walkers”

Character Introduction

Billy’s father who, to finance his son’s dancing dreams, steals and sells dogs.

Additional Information About Barry

Eddie J. Hernandez As Billy

Billy (Eddie J. Hernandez) with his dad, about to steal some dogs.
Billy (Eddie J. Hernandez)

Is First Noted In

Season 1, Episode 6 “Rock Bottom”

Character Introduction

A dancer from a poor family, in order to finance his aspirations, he, alongside his father, steal dogs. Often with Billy either taking them himself or providing a distraction so his father, Barry, can do so.

Additional Information About Billy

Adriane Lenox As Jizzel

Jizzel (Adriane Lenox) noting how happy Malcolm looks.
Jizzel (Adriane Lenox)

Is First Noted In

Season 1, Episode 6 “Rock Bottom”

Character Introduction

A dance instructor, and judge, Jizzel befriends Malcolm after he finds and returns her Alaskan Husky. She even employs him to walk her dog to the tune of $150 a week.

Additional Information About Jizzel

Katie Rich As Ranger Debecki

Ranger Debecki (Katie Rich) when she gives Malcolm a ticket.
Ranger Debecki (Katie Rich)

Is First Noted In

Season 1, Episode 7 “Ranger Danger”

Character Introduction

Ranger Debecki is a park ranger who, in hopes to counter Barry and Billy’s crime blitz, is supposed to up issuing tickets and citations. The idea being, with some sort of government presence, and her meaning business, it will deter bigger crimes. Unfortunately, all she does is upset Malcolm and led to them having a bit of a tiff.

Additional Information About Ranger Debecki

Mike Dopud As Baby

Baby (Mike Dopud) fresh out of prison.
Baby (Mike Dopud)

Is First Noted In

Season 1, Episode 8 “Welcome Bruno” [Season Finale]

Character Introduction

Baby is Bruno’s former owner and just got out of jail.

Additional Information About Baby

Anthony Valderama As Cuban Tone

Cuban Tone (Anthony Valderama) standing outside his supermarket.
Cuban Tone (Anthony Valderama)

Is First Noted In

Season 1, Episode 8 “Welcome Bruno” [Season Finale]

Character Introduction

Cuban Tone owns the local supermarket and is

Additional Information About

General Information

  • The show takes place in Brooklyn.

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