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woohoo brucio [18 Aug 2007|12:31am]

[ mood | sleepy ]

"Ensemble sitcom Carpoolers, from Touchstone TV, Dreamworks TV and 3 Arts Entertainment, follows four suburban guys. Bruce McCulloch (Kids in the Hall) wrote the script. "

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just for laughs [18 Aug 2007|12:26am]

[ mood | bored ]

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An article on Comback Season... [29 Apr 2006|10:50am]

[ mood | good ]

Wow, its been a while, I found a recent article that Bruce did for comeback season.

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Bruce updated!!! [08 Feb 2006|09:44pm]

[ mood | bouncy ]

I just thought I would let you all know that if you go to the www.brucio.com he updated! It has to do with purchasing tickets for the LA shows!!

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Interests [15 May 2005|06:31pm]

You could add Tales of the City, and Dog Park, Stealing Harvard, & Superstar. Also, might I suggest removing the "the" from drunk baby project. You can also add Craig Northey, wok cooking, Gavin, Gorgenchuck(sp?), sucra(sucre?) papa. Ah, the Bruceness :) And warehouses!

And happy belated birthday to our Brucio.
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[20 Feb 2005|01:07pm]

Here is a review of Bruce at the Sketchfest.
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[20 Feb 2005|12:55pm]

Hello there everyone! I just found this community, and since I've always had a huge apprieciation for Bruce's writing and quirky characters on KITH and later projects, I just had to join.

Dave is my favourite Kid, but at the same time I just ~love~ Bruce. He's the most creative out of the Kids, in my humble opinion, and how could I not admire that?
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Damn, look at that [01 Jan 2005|09:51pm]


Holy crap, there is a Bruce McCulloch community. I'm Ashley btw, and I love Bruce. He's always been my favorite Kid (I tell people I don't play favorites with the Kids, but hey, look at that, I actually do). The strangely woman like hips & great legs, the gradeschoolish my-mother-combed-my-hair 'do, and the deceptively adorable voice that hides a devious mind...you can't go wrong.

In case anyone didn't know, Bruce is going to be a sketchfest. Also, he's finally updated his website.

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I am crushing your head. I am squishing your face. There is nobody home! [01 Jan 2005|07:38pm]


A lovely male freind of mine purchased me the Season One KITH box set and I am currently creaming my panties.

"Thankyou, SATAN!" - Bruce

There's an awesome KITH audio page: www.kithaa.com

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[03 Dec 2004|08:52am]

He's got a brand-spankin' new cd out.
title or description
Drunk Baby Project

He has a website Brucio.com.

Vital Facts:

• Full Name- Bruce Ian McCulloch
• Birthdate- May 12, 1961
• Hometown(s)- outside Edmonton, AB
• Family- Tracy Ryan (wife, 2003-present)(not gay, as I had previously assumed)

Bruce grew up an only child in Calgary as "a moody kid." After high school, Bruce studied at Mount Royal College, majoring in journalism and public relations. He didn't graduate, but instead he began performing with TheatreSports and the Loose Moose Theater Company, where he met up with Mark McKinney. Together, they formed along with two other comedians, formed the comedy troupe The Audience. Mark and Bruce moved together to Toronto where they joined up with Dave and Kevin's The Kids In the Hall.


• Bruce is left-handed.
• Bruce is the shortest member of the troupe, but he's comfortable with his C-height.
• Bruce was nominated for the Cable Ace Best Actor in a Comedy for KITH in 1990, the Best Original Screenplay at the Genie Awards in 2000 for Dog Park, and was nominated for two awards at the 2000 Canadian Comedy Awards again for Dog Park in the Original Writing for a Film and Film Direction Categories.

TV & Filmography

Actor - Film

• Dick (1999) .... Carl Bernstein
• Dog Park (1998) .... Jeff
• Kids in the Hall: Brain Candy (1996) .... Alice/Cisco/Cop/White trash man/Grivo/Cancer Boy
• Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan (1982) (uncredited) .... Cadet on Bridge

Actor - TV
• "Twitch City" (1998) .... Rex Reilly
• "Kids in the Hall, The" (1989)
• Anne of Avonlea (1987) .... Fred Wright

Stage Work
• Slightly Bigger Cities which toured Western Canada in 1997 and Eastern Canada in 1999 (the first run
was produced by One Yellow Rabbit and the second was a Crow's Theatre Production)
• Trapped on a Lawn Chair ... one-man show written and performed by Bruce (done for Tarragon Theatre)
• Jazz Stenographer ... same as above (done for Tarragon Theatre)
• Two Headed Roommate ... same as above (done for Tarragon/Citadel Theatres)

• Superstar (1999)
• Dog Park (1998)
• Coleslaw Warehouse (1992)
• "Saturday Night Live"(1994-1995)
• "Kids in the Hall, The" (1989) (multiple episodes)

• Dog Park (1998)
• Kids in the Hall: Brain Candy (1996)
• "Kids in the Hall, The" (1989)
• "Saturday Night Live"(1985-1986, 1994-1995)

• Shame-Based Man (1995, Atlantic Records)

Bruce and Mark: The Daily Show with Jon Stewart Interview.

That should do for now.
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[03 Dec 2004|08:44am]

My gosh, this journal is empty!!! What's wrong with you?! Hmm, we can't have people coming here to an EMPTY BRUCE MCCULLOCH PAGE! Maybe some quotes from skits, what he's up to now.. pictures.. hmm what to post?!
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