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Bruce McCulloch Tickets

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Bruce McCulloch (born May 12, 1961 in Edmonton, Alberta) is an actor, writer, comedian, and film director. He is best known for his work as a member of The Kids in the Hall, a popular Canadian comedy troupe, and as a writer for Saturday Night Live. McCulloch has also appeared on series such as Twitch City and Gilmore Girls. He directed the films Dog Park, Stealing Harvard and Superstar. McCulloch has released two albums: 1995's Shame-Based Man (praised by All Music Guide as the "most remarkable of comedy albums: one that bears [frequent] repeated listenings") and 2002's Drunk Baby Project. As with his television work, these feature a mixture of music and monologues. McCulloch also directed the music video for The Tragically Hip's song "My Music At Work", from their 2000 album 'Music @ Work'. McCulloch has stated on his website that he is close friends with Tragically Hip frontman Gord Downie. The video shares much in common with many "Kids In The Hall" sketches, including its office setting, camera angles, and some thematic elements. In it, the members of The Hip are depicted as co-workers in a stereotypical office building. Fed up with the bleakness of their work-a-day routines, they unite to form a rock band during their off-hours. The video cuts between several sketches showing the blandness and banality of corporate work, a humorous sequence showing Downie printing flyers for one of the band's shows (only to be caught by his boss playing the photocopier like a musical instrument), and the band performing on-stage (presumably at the show the flyers were being printed for). Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.