Bruce McCulloch is a comedy legend throughout North America - and for good reasons! This Canadian cutie wound up being a founding member of one of the most celebrated and influential sketch comedy troupes in the 20th century. You might recognize him better if you saw him in a curly wig where he donned feminine voices and played a variety of characters, but we will get to that in just a moment. He originally hailed from Edmonton, Alberta, where this actor and writer developed a sick sense of humor. He took his zaniness with him to his debut in Anne of Avonlea in 1987 where he played Fred Wright. He also dabbled in episodes of Saturday Night Live, but he went on to star in Young Drunk Punk, Comedy Bang! Bang!, Kroll Show, Workaholics, This Blows, Nobodies, Super Troopers 2, Arrested Development, Trailer Park Boys, and more. He is obviously the most famous for The Kids in the Hall which he was a founding member of in 1984. They performed live around Toronto and other cities all over Canada before their friend Lorne Michaels put power behind the troupe and helped them pitch a show to networks. They got a show in 1988 and it aired in the US and Canada until 1995. Bruce made sure that we all watched his amazing nude debut in the pilot episode. In a sketch called "Nude for Jesus" he and his castmates go naked. Bruce turns his back to the camera to show off his ass. We pray to that peach!