Canadian comedian Bruce McCulloch has been making audiences laugh with his hilarious brand of dark comedy for more than three decades, drawing audiences in with cynical and side-splitting wit. He's famous for diversifying his sets with doses of live music, making his stand-up a uniquely entertaining treat for fans. McCulloch is a strikingly honest performer who doesn't shy away from discussing dark events in his life, but he always approaches them with a sense of whimsy and wonder. Accenting autobiographical stories with touches of genuine sincerity, Bruce McCulloch is a must-see comedian for ticket buyers looking for laughs.
Bruce McCulloch's big break came in 1984, when he and a group of other Canadian comedians formed the troupe The Kids In The Hall. Revered for its quirky and surreal sketches, the troupe landed a popular television show that aired during the late '80s and early '90s in Canada and the United States. The series spawned a movie, 1996's Brain Candy, as well as a 2010 reunion project titled Death Comes To Town, which McCulloch co-wrote, produced, and starred in. The multi-talented McCulloch has appeared in popular television shows including "Workaholics" and "Arrested Development", written for "Saturday Night Live", and directed the movies "Superstar", "Dog Park", and "Stealing Harvard". He also directed a music video for Tragically Hip's "My Music At Work", which earned him a Best Director award at the 2000 MuchMusic Video Awards. He has recorded two comedy albums, 1995's Shame-Based Man and 2002's Drunk Baby Project, both of which cast light on his impressive fusion of music and comedy. In 2014 McCulloch announced a new project for Rogers TV called "Young Drunk Punk", a show inspired by his own life slated to air in 2015.