Bruce Morton Bio

Still Game star (the undertaker) and the inaugural winner of ‘So You Think You Are Funny?’ – Bruce Morton, Scotland’s acclaimed comic, storyteller and social commentator was a founder of the Funny Farm Comedy Collective which in 1989 helped kick-start the Scottish stand-up scene. Bruce won the inaugural

UK attention soon followed for Bruce with his appearances on C4’s Halfway to Paradise in 1990, before writing and performing in the C4 show, The Shoe Fetishist’s Guide and, in 1993, the series Sin with Bruce Morton.

Milestones along the way include a Perrier Nomination at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, two UK tours and a ton of high profile TV appearances including:

BBC – Rab C Nesbitt, Saturday Night Clyde, Paramount City, Blood Tied and Colour Blind, Edinburgh Nights, TV6, The Late Show, The Live Floor Show & Still Game!

C4 – Catholics and Sex, Halfway To Paradise, The Shoe Fetishist’s Guide to Bruce Morton, Sin with Bruce Morton & Amsterdam by Night.

C5 – Bring Me the Head of Light Entertainment, The Jack Docherty Show & Wowfabgroovy.

STV – The Funny Farm, Trial by Night, NB, A Game of Two Halves & Scottish Legends.