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Bruce "Two Dogs" Bozsum in Undercover Boss

Bruce "Two Dogs" Bozsum, the former chairman of the Mohegan Tribe of Connecticut, was so well disguised for the CBS program Undercover Boss that he fooled his own son, who works as a casino host.

Bozsum shaved his head and assumed the identity of a reality show contestant in order to work in the trenches at the Mohegan Sun in Connecticut and Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs in Pennsylvania. It was at the latter facility where his son, Jason, didn't even recognize him.

“Those who have seen Bruce’s ‘after’ look know that it was a very convincing disguise – especially since he allowed us to shave off his very thick head of hair,” Chris Carlson, the show's executive producer, told The Wilkes Barre Times Leader.

The episode was filmed over a week in September, when Bozsum was still in office. It will air this Friday.

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