Kyle McCulloch Movies and Career Information
Feb 02, 1961
Kyle McCulloch (born February 2, 1961 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada) is a writer for the TV cartoon South Park, and is largely responsible for the show's Canadian culture themes. He will also occasionally provide the voice for one-time use characters, such as one of the Mormon characters in "All About Mormons". McCulloch is also the voice and creator of Mr. Wong in the online cartoon series at icebox.com. The son of retired CBC Radio announcer Tom McCulloch, Kyle McCulloch started his career acting in Guy Maddin films such as Archangel, Careful, and Tales from the Gimli Hospital. In 1990 he performed in his own play at the Winnipeg Fringe Festival. The play was called Ice Station Squid. McCulloch's last name is also used in South Park with the character Hat McCulloch, who is a convicted, confessed serial murderer of twenty-three babies.