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Bruce McCulloch
May 12, 1961 -
Nationality: Canadian
Category: Actor
Subcategory: Canadian Actor

Cancer Boy probably has the saddest, noblest, sweetest heart of any character I've ever done.


I would rather be a security guard than a rock star.


I think that's why I like baseball. There's something great about it - you're young, the pitcher's young and he's got this great arm, and he doesn't really realize anything about strategy.


I think you're the grumpy Kid in the Hall, I'm the nice Kid in the Hall.


In terms of the series, we worked separately, getting together in rehearsal to beat out the material.


But after this last year and dealing with the studio, the rest of us are closer than we've ever been.


Most of the people I know in bands, all they are concerned about is getting to do the next record.


L.A. Woman is amazing, but when I was growing up I was into the Who.


I got involved in improv comedy. It settled me down when I was getting wild. I was sort of an evil teenager smashing up my cars and drinking and driving, let's just say, a lot.


To me, Doors fans were always the 16-year-old idiots at parties, getting stoned, and talking about how Morrison's lyrics were like poetry... like that was a deep thought.


I'm just ah, actually developing a tv show for HBO, and I'm directing a film this summer, and actually I'm doing some live shows out in western Canada.


However, we couldn't focus on the films much during the series because we're dumb. Individually we're smart guys, but together we're one big dumb guy, and couldn't concentrate on two things at once.


No, I don't run all the way. I'm not like an Olympic class runner.


I hate to sound like Julie the cruise director but it's people that I think about all the time.


But we wanted to work in a way we never had, which was write everything together. We had to face each other in the same creative room, which gets tougher as you get older, because you don't want to be confrontational.


We see less of Dave, certainly, and he's kind of fallen out of the sphere of our group, mostly because he's working on his show, and has kind of lost the fun of the party.


You know, funny is this weird word for me. I hear is so many times it has no meaning anymore.


I don't really like comedy.


Yeah, we're sweet but savage, and I think a lot of Canadians are that way.


Is it spoken word? Kinda, but that's a weird area. Is it comedy? Well, it's funny but no, it's not comedy.


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