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Born in Calgary, Alberta, Canada

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Bruce has performed in dozens of theatre, television and film projects "Hannson" The Red Green Show", "Good Will Hunting" "Krapp's Last Tape" "Waiting for Godot" "Murder at 1600", "Mean Girls" "Degrassi" "Falling Skies" "Monk" "Canadian Bacon" "Eerie, Indiana" "White Mice" "Communicating Doors" "The Danish Play" and "Coma Unplugged" to name a few. Has won awards for his commercial work in Canada and the U.S. Won the "Pretty funny male improviser" at the Canadian Comedy Awards." Played the lead in the 2003 Cannes award winning film "The Truth About Head" Has won Gemini's for his voice and puppetry work. He is also one of the founding members of the award winning improv troupe "Illustrated Men" He can be seen as Agent Jones in "Phil the Alien", as a writer and performer and sketch director on "After Hours with Kenny Robinson" and as Rocko in "Puppets Who Kill". He is also the director and producer of "And Go" an improv television show that aired on City TV. Bruce has directed "The Kids in The Hall" "Killer Bees" "Grocery Mishap" "The Maddest Kind of Love" "The Puck Stops Here" "Fun Without Dick and Wayne". "A Freudian Slip of The Jung" and "The Not-So-Nice Late Show" He has written plays "A Clever Boy", "Circus Town" and "The Getaway" which took place in a moving van. And "Dine Her" which was performed in a Diner and involved Zombies. His next project is "Dog Wash." A Reservoir Dogs parody that takes place inside a car wash.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Bruce Hunter

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