Presented by Train Wreck Comedy, Bruce McCulloch's "Tales of Bravery and Stupidity" is a one-man show that is funny and at times touching. Part stand up, part storytelling it looks at some of the bravely stupid things that Bruce has done, and things we all do as we get ourselves in and out of trouble as we “throw ourselves at life.”
Bruce McCulloch has written or performed several one-man shows including Two-Headed Roommate, Jazz Stenographers, Slightly Bigger Cities and most recently The Pink Dot Stories in San Francisco. Bruce has two spoken word/comedy/ music CDs Shame-based Man and The Drunk Baby Project.
Bruce is a member of the “The Kids in the Hall” who recently returned to T.V. with the series “Death Comes to Town.” Bruce spends most of his time in L.A. where he writes and produces for network and cable television. He’s also known as the creator of ABC’s “Carpoolers.” His latest project for Rogers TV, "Young Drunk Punk," is a show inspired by his own life that began airing in January of 2015. Bruce both writes and stars in it.
Bruce has written and/or directed several films including Dog Park starring Luke Wilson, Superstar starring Molly Shannon and Will Ferrell, Stealing Harvard starring Jason Lee and Leslie Mann and Comeback Season starring Ray Liotta. Bruce has also recently acted in episodes of Workaholics and the new season of Arrested Development. His first book, "Let's Start a Riot" was released by Harper Collins in Fall of 2014.