Bruce Hunter
Adrian Truss

English-born actor/writer/director Adrian Truss has been lending his unique brand of comedy to audiences for over thirty years. And he wants it back. With many years of experience performing on Second City stages in Edmonton, London and Toronto, Adrian has also appeared in episodes of SCTV and has contributed his directing talents to Second City shows in London. Classically trained at Ryerson Theatre School, Adrian has also written and directed several plays for the stage, including Dragonhead, Retribution and Tale of the Scorpion, all well received both in Canada and the U.S. A leading voice talent in the animation industry, earning both a Gemini and an Emmy award, Adrian has created and performed original roles in the highly popular series Babar, Ruby Gloom, Bob and Margaret and the Emmy award-winning Rolie Polie Olie. He has been the voice of Reese’s, Sprint and Eaton's advertising and lends his voice to more radio and television ads than one would ever recognize.

Bruce Hunter hails from Calgary where he studied improvisation and theatre at the University of Calgary under the guidance of Theatre Sports guru Keith Johnstone. He played theatre sports at its inception with the Loose Moose Theatre and worked in dramatic theatre with One Yellow Rabbit and Ikarus Players, performing in the first years of the Edmonton fringe. Moving to Toronto in 1980 to study Mime with Ron East at the Toronto Mime School unlimited he toured around Canada and the United States performing. In Toronto he became involved in Second City in the touring and London Companies, and has taught improvisation to thousands of students over his 26 years at Second City.


David Huband was a member of The Second City Mainstage Company, appearing in two revues. He is a founding member of the Men and during his time with the troupe he appeared as Estragon in their acclaimed production of Waiting For Godot. He has also performed at regional theatres across Canada including The Stratford Festival, where he played Demetrius in A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Mr. Huband can currently be seen on The Rick Mercer Report where he has a semi-regular role. Some of his television credits include Republic of Doyle, Little Mosque on the Prairie, and Flashpoint, as well as The Jesse Ventura Story. Mr. Huband had a principal role in the acclaimed BBC mini-series, The State Within as well as a lead role in Escape From the Newsroom. He has also appeared in a number of feature films including Police Academy 3, Tommy Boy, Cinderella Man, and the thriller Dream House, with Daniel Craig.

David Huband