Bruce Gordon (born February 1, 1916) is an American actor best known for playing Frank Nitti in the ABC television series The Untouchables.
Born in Brooklyn, NY, Gordon was in the original cast of Arsenic and Old Lace on Broadway from 1941 to 1945 as Officer Klein. He had an "Introducing" credit in the 1949 Marx Brothers film Love Happy. On television, he appeared in numerous episodes of such programs as The Nash Airflyte Theater, Studio One, Kraft Television Theatre and Robert Montgomery Presents. He played an heroic leading role as Commander Matson, host, narrator and occasional character in NBC's 1958-1959 series Behind Closed Doors, a 26-episode Cold-war espionage thriller which was cancelled after one season.
In 1957, he appeared on the ABC western series Tombstone Territory, starring Pat Conway and Richard Eastham, in the episode "Killer Without a Conscience". About this same time, he guest starred on Barry Sullivan's adventure/drama series, Harbourmaster, set in maritime New England.