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. UK attention soon followed with his appearances on C4"s HALFWAY TO PARADISE in 1990 before writing and performing his own C4 shows, SHOE FETISHIST"S GUIDE and, in 1993, the series SIN WITH BRUCE NORTON.
Milestones along the way include a Perrier Nomination at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, two UK tours and a critically acclaimed one-man show BLOOD BELOW THE WINDOW, premiered at The Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh in 1998 and which prompted The Independent to comment, "Bruce Morton is not so much re-writing the rule book as throwing it away". The show was subsequently adapted as a BBC Radio 4 afternoon drama.
"devastatingly funny...wry and poignant" THE SCOTSMAN
"quite simply one of the best and most genuine humourists on the Scottish scene" THE EXPRESS
"Supremely talented and imaginative" TIME OUT
"He can tell a story as entertainingly as Billy Connolly, but the sting in its tail is in a class of its own" SUNDAY TIMES
"Gesture and commentary of the highest class" THE OBSERVER