- Born in Auckland, New Zealand
- Lives in Sydney, NSW
- Played junior league for Five Dock and Leichhardt Wanderers
- Played 196 first grade games and 12 test appearances
- Debuted with Wests Tigers in 2004
- Played for Wests Tigers (2004-2008), Canberra Raiders (2009-2012) and St George Illawarra Dragons (2013-2014)
- Represented New Zealand in 12 International Tests between 2005 and 2011
- Retired from professional rugby league in 2012
- NRL Community Program Deliverer since 2018
Born in Auckland, New Zealand, Bronson started playing junior league once he had moved to Sydney, playing for Five Dock and Leichhardt Wanderers.
Throughout his 11 year career, Bronson played for three successful teams, debuting with Wests Tigers in 2004 before moving to the Canberra Raiders in 2009 and finishing his career with St George Illawarra Dragons in 2014.
From 2005 to 2014, Bronson played representative football for New Zealand, playing with the New Zealand Kiwis and the 2008 World Cup winning squad.
In 2018, Bronson became a NRL Community Program Deliverer and is looking forward to supporting the NRL's many community programs around the country.
"I am drawn to this role because I enjoy influencing people and educating them to become more resilient people in our community."
Today, Bronson lives in Concord with his family. In addition to his work with the NRL, Bronson works for Australian Apprenticeships, raising awareness of skill shortages and promoting the importance to learning a trade