His ethnicity is a mix of Italian, American and Russian. Bronson was raised in South California along with his younger brother Justin. There he graduated from the South Pasadena High School. He was a brilliant pupil and showed tremendous curiosity about studies and other additional co-curricular tasks. He was even named the valedictorian of his class. Next he could procure a spot in the Yale University on full scholarship in the Morse College. His area at the school was fine arts and being a meritorious student he shone there with high honours certificate of magna cum laude. A school play proved to be the game changer for Pinchot, here he was seen by a casting director, giving him a rest in the film industry in the year 1983 with the picture ‘Risky Business. Yet, film business couldn’t get him away from his love of fine arts and associated work. His fire for restoration of tradition, drove him to undertake a project to rejuvenate the 19th century appearance of a small town. Pinchots stint with pictures wasn’t one movie brief. His latest films include ‘The Strike released in 2015 and forthcoming film ‘Double Play in 2016. Although he’s done a bunch of pictures but it was the character of Balki Bartokomous of the situation comedy series ‘Perfect Strangers which made him a recognizable face in the crowds; the show was aired on ABC. Pinchot has done considerable quantity of work in expressing audiobooks, 100 in number. Other sound works of Pinchot contain sound variant of novels ‘Matterhorn and ‘Blood Oath. Pinchot relationships happen to be the talk of town, most of them weren’t approved by him. A relationship with Amy Heckerling was the one which he lived openly. Although the couple never got married and divorced, but they split after 4 years of live in relationship.