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An Interview with Bruce Kade, Star of The Sacred Incense of the Drinking Man

by Mike Haberfelner

November 2012

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Your upcoming movie The Sacred Incense of the Drinking Man - in a few words, what is it about, and what can you tell us about your character?


This film is about an average everyday guy that is about to get married and is seeking a little adventure, and to find the best craft beer possible. He hears of a holy craft beer being made by Holy Monks and enlists Suds and Baby Suds to go on the trek to find this holy beer. I'm playing the character of Baby Suds, the brother of craft beer guru Suds. I'm a happy go lucky guy who is supposed to be good with the ladies.


How did you get involved with the project in the first place?


I was cast by the writer and directer Josh Mitchell [Josh Mitchell interview - click here]. We had done some work before together and when Josh was writing this script he said he pictured me playing this character.


How did you approach your character, and how much of you can we find in "Baby Suds"?


I wanted the character to be easy going, maybe a party guy, definitley a laid back Cali guy. There's definitley some of me in this character, I'm a pretty easy going dude.


Given that The Sacred Incense of the Drinking Man is basically an outdoors adventure movie - do you consider yourself an outdoors man?


I love the outdoors! Going to the beach or hiking some scenic trails are two of my favorite things to do.


And since the film is about beer I just have to ask this stupid question: Are you at all a beer guy?


Who doesn't love beer?!! Sunday football with beer and wings is allmost religion.


A few words about your director Josh Mitchell [Josh Mitchell interview - click here], and what was your collaboration like?


With Josh you get a guy with laser-like focus. So many unexpected things come up when you're filming and when you think something can't be done he finds a way.


What can you tell us about the actual shoot and the on-set atmosphere?


Lots of laughs, excitment, everyone was really on the same page. I mean we shot at an Ocean front beach house and on Mount Griffen, how can you go wrong!


Let's go back to the beginnings of your career: What got you into acting in the first place, and did you receive any formal education on the subject?


Initally I just wanted to see if I could get in a movie just for the experience and see what it was all about. I was cast as an extra in a Jack Tapalian movie called Betrayal that's coming out later this year. I was a bouncer and got to be involved in this great fight scene and I caught as they call it "the acting bug". I started taking acting classes at Margie Harbors Studio and then also with Amy Lyndon.


Can you still remember your first time in front of a movie camera, and what was that experience like?


I can, I wasn't really nervous, more excited. You just hope you don't screw the scene up and the director likes you.


What can you tell us about your filmwork prior to The Sacred Incense of the Drinking Man?


Lets see, Betrayal was my first that I mentioned. Next I shot a movie in West Virgina call a Breath Away directed by Robert Bieber, I played an abusive husband. After that I shot Angel of Death that starred Armand Assante, and I played a mafia bodyguard.


Any future projects you'd like to talk about?


I'm super excited about my next film called Supermodel Cannibal. I have a lead role in this film that is going to feature some great talent. They havent finished casting yet but some bigtime names are being thrown around. We start filming in early February. I can't say much about the film except that its a hilarous comedy and it will leave people shocked and amazed.


From what I've heard, you have played pro-hockey for a time. What can you tell us about your hockey career? And is there any way to compare this to acting, or is this just a silly question?


Yes I played hockey my whole life growing up in Canada. Loved every second of it. You can draw some comparisons. Being a part of a film you have to be a team player and work hard, obviously the same goes for being on a team in any sport.


How would you describe yourself as an actor?


I'd say I'm still finding myself as an actor but I think I'll be best suited for physical roles with lots of action, I'm very athletic and enjoy the physicality of action roles and would love to do my own stunts. I'm still working on my acting everyday of course, but I love the challenge of being able to show the emotion the writer or director is looking for.


Actors who inspire you?


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Christian Bale and Johnny Depp come to mind right away.


Your favourite movies?


Gladiator, Snatch, Batman Begins, and here's one that might surprise you - Love Actually.


... and of course, films you really deplore?


Those Expendables-movies are just awful.


Your/your movie's website, Facebook, whatever else?


You can watch this short at

You can find me on Facebook at


Anything else you are dying to mention and I have merely forgotten to ask?


Lets all have a fantabulous 2013 and shoot for the moon!!


Thanks for the interview!


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