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Bruce McCulloch

Bruce McCulloch is an actor, comedian, writer, and director. Perhaps best known for his work with the award-winning sketch troupe, "The Kids in the Hall", which recently finished a new season for Amazon Prime Video. Bruce has since had a career spanning television, film, and the stage. He has written and performed in "Young Drunk Punk" (a series inspired by his own life), "Death Comes to Town", and "This Blows" (web series) also for CBC, and he created "Carpoolers" for ABC. He has directed such shows as "SNL", "Brooklyn Nine-Nine", "Schitt's Creek", and "Trailer Park Boys". Bruce recently produced and directed the third season of sketch series, "TallBoyz", for CBC. 

As an actor, he has appeared in numerous television shows such as "Saturday Night Live", "Arrested Development", "Gilmore Girls", "Comedy Bang Bang", "Workaholics", "Nobodies", and even "Anne of Green Gables". Bruce has also written and/or directed several films including "Dog Park" starring Luke Wilson, "Superstar" starring Molly Shannon and Will Ferrell, "Stealing Harvard" starring Jason Lee, Leslie Mann and Tom Green, and "Comeback Season" starring Ray Liotta. 

Bruce has two spoken word/comedy/music CDs; "Shame-based Man" and "The Drunk Baby Project". On stage, he has written or performed several one-man shows including "Two-Headed Roommate", "Jazz Stenographers", "Slightly Bigger", and most recently "Tales of Bravery & Stupidity". His newest one-man show, "Dark Purple Slice" is premiering this February. His first book, "Let's Start a Riot" was released by Harper Collins.