aedile A. D. 22, and one of the accusers of D. Silanus (Tac. Ann. 3.66
He appears to be the same as the Brutidius of whom Juvenal speaks (10.82) in his account of the fall of Sejanus, and likewise the same as the Brutidius Niger, of whose writings the elder Seneca has preserved two passages relating to the death of Cicero. (Senec. Suas.