Lochlyn Munro

After appearances in dozens of TV movies and small roles in feature films, actor Lochlyn Munro made his big screen breakthrough as Cliff, a maniacal undergraduate whose death-courting antics made him an attractive candidate to share a suite with two slacker students (Tom Everett Scott and Mark Paul Gosselaar) looking for a suicidal roommate to score them both the legendary automatic 4.0 GPA in the 1998 feature "Dead Man on Campus." Blonde and rugged looking with a scratchy voice, Munro bore a passing resemblance to a young Gary Busey or Nick Nolte and brought an awe-inspiring frenetic energy to his portrayal. A former semi-professional hockey player and gold medal winning water-skier, the Canadian import had a compact muscular build that helped him to land roles like the sociopathic frat guy Cliff and Craig, the high intensity physical trainer hired to buff up the bumbling Bubati brothers, in the "Saturday Night Live" sketch feature adaptation "A Night at the Roxbury" (also 1998).