|BOFA 94, 95, 96|
|After CHS, Kurt spent a year working, and doing Eddie
May Murder Mysteries in Ottawa; he did the Bofa
Fringe in '96. He then went to George Brown for Theatre.
He has for years worked with the CIG, coaching teams, judging, and writing
a book on improv. He has acted in Martin's varied screen productions, and
also performed in Toronto.
Lately he has written 90 skits (or so) with Jessica Holmes for The Holmes Show, and is a co-star in the show. The Holmes Show shot 22 episodes, and it airs on CTV, Sept 24, '02. Kurt also has starring roles in many commercials, such as Budweiser.
|ON BOFA, KNOWN FOR:|
|Zany characters, off-the-wall humour, enthusiasm, being the
wacko guy to Martin's straight man, physicality, creativity, leadership,
caring about the BOFA team and then about other teams, coaching in '97.
Also for doing the Pez Family at
Peter's Pantry. His undying feuds with Tom Green. Egos
and Icons at GCTC. Bringing the house down with New
York, New York at the end of year assembly. Emceeing a lot, including
the Bofa Homecoming with Martin
in '96. Two-Melody, jumping on almost
everyone in every rehearsal, Teen Magazine, being a lead in Stomp,
"We've done our bit," crazy bench games, his detective in
Piano Bar, the bashful Adam in the Genesis
game. And of course his "I used to go camping a lot . . . " speech
in Youth Issues.
Funny songs and night-time piano playing at Jane Moore's place , his generous parents, being a heart of the team.
|Written in Sept., 2002|