A baby-faced Canadian comic actor, Dave Foley was a founding member of the daring offbeat comedy troupe, The Kids in the Hall, which was featured in a popular cult sketch series of the same name. The outlandish Monty Python-like group performed a number of outlandish skits that often featured its members in drag, while skewering anything and everything imaginable, including show business and even themselves. Foley distinguished himself from the group for his distinctive flair for the absurd, as he often played sarcastic and ironic characters with boyish charm. After The Kids parted ways in the mid-1990s, Foley went on to head the ensemble cast of "NewsRadio" (NBC, 1995-99), playing the straight man to an assortment of odd characters. From there, he guest starred on a number of notable series, including "Will and Grace" (NBC, 1998-2006), "Scrubs" (NBC/ABC, 2002-2010) and "Desperate Housewives" (ABC, 2005-2012), while appearing in a number of typically indie-made features like "Dick" (1999), "Stark Raving Mad" (2002) and "Grind" (2003). But it was his long association with The Kids in the Hall - who reunited several times over the years, including for North American tours in 2000 and 2008 - that allowed Foley to make a lasting impression, and influence new generations of comedians and fans.