Bruce Thomas may be best known for playing Batman in television commercials, but he has also made appearances in a variety of dramas and comedies. His first television credit was in "Models Inc.," which was followed by the soap operas "All My Children" and "The Bold and the Beautiful," the drama "Beverly Hills, 90210," and single-episode appearances in such sitcoms as "Ellen," "The John Larroquette Show," and "Wings." The early '00s brought an opportunity to portray the Caped Crusader in the series "Birds of Prey"; however, Thomas did not receive any credit for appearing as Batman in the show's pilot. While "Birds of Prey" may not have catapulted Thomas into the ranks of television stars, it clearly hasn't hurt his career, either, as he managed to land appearances in such television shows as "Enterprise," "Bones," and "Weeds." He also co-starred as Stephen Trager on the ABC Family series "Kyle XY." Thomas' films credits include playing one of the mini-Ashes in Sam Raimi's cult horror-comedy "Army of Darkness," as well as the UPS guy in the comedies "Legally Blonde" and its sequel "Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde."