Dave Foley may scoff at being referred to as a "veteran comedian," but there's no denying it. The Canadian actor made a name for himself in such memorable comedic projects as "The Kids in the Hall," "...
We've seen these characters hundreds of times before: the crazy, intimidating boss, the office oddball, the normal, sarcastic guy -- but that doesn't make "Spun Out" bad or not worth watching. On the contrary, it definitely has witty, winsome moments; just not a ton of originality.
It's been a while since we've seen the Kids In The Hall all together in one place. The five guys -- Dave Foley, Kevin McDonald, Bruce McCulloch, Mark McKinney, and Scott Thompson -- are reuniting for...
The new tsunami hitting shores are Canadian sitcoms bragging they are just like Hollywood comedies. This has always been a problem in Canadian entertainment -- a deliberate lack of respect for what has come before, or an ignorance of it entirely. And this new push to be more like American shows has lead to a breed of Canadian sitcoms that are the worst of both worlds, like a mermaid with a fish head and human legs.
I first started following Darcy Micahel's career in his early days doing stand-up in dingy cafes and half-empty bars. Today, Darcy is headlining comedy festivals across Canada, is a regular on CBC Radio's "The Debaters" and is about to start filming his first supporting role in a sitcom.
I had the opportunity to sit down with the self-proclaimed skinny bitch as he packed his bags for Toronto, to discuss his role and thoughts around this next phase of his career in comedy.
Do you have a Kids In The Hall Confession? Did you secretly have a crush on Scott Thompson? Think Dave Foley in drag looked suspiciously liked your hot Grade 5 teacher? Well, you can share those thoug...