Peter Keleghan

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Peter Keleghan
Born(1959-09-16) September 16, 1959 (age 54)
Montreal, Quebec
 
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Peter Keleghan
Born(1959-09-16) September 16, 1959 (age 54)
Montreal, Quebec

Peter Keleghan (born September 16, 1959) is a Canadian actor, perhaps best known for portraying Ben Bellow in the comedy series 18 to Life, for portraying Clark Claxton, Sr. in the comedy series Billable Hours, and for portraying Ranger Gord in The Red Green Show.

Life and career[edit]

Keleghan's best-known roles have been film industry CEO Alan Roy on Made in Canada, low-IQ news anchor Jim Walcott on The Newsroom, and Ranger Gord on The Red Green Show. He also had a role in the Canadian film Ginger Snaps, and was one of two actors who played George Costanza's archnemesis Lloyd Braun on Seinfeld. He voices Scaredy Bat, a character in the series Ruby Gloom. He also appeared in the 1995 film Picture Perfect. He is the actor in the RBC Avion card TV commercials. Keleghan also appeared in a season 4 episode of Queer as Folk as fundraising organizer Jeffrey Pendergrass.

Keleghan starred in the CBC show 18 to Life, which premiered January 2010 and ended in 2011. He also appeared in the 2010 film GravyTrain. He also has a recurring role on Murdoch Mysteries, which aired on CityTV in Canada, but now airs on the CBC.[1]

Peter earned his BA from York University in Toronto, Ontario.

Filmography[edit]

YearTitleRoleNotes
1983ScrewballsRick McKay
1992CheersKirby2 Episodes
1993-2001The Red Green ShowRanger Gord70 Episodes
1993SeinfeldLloyd Braun1 Episode
1994ViperArnie Nevelson1 Episode
1995Picture PerfectAgent Sloan
1996Forever KnightGefford Weintroff1 Episode
1997Ned's NewtEric "Dad" Flemkinvoice
1998Made in CanadaAlan Roy, CEO1998–2003
2000Ginger SnapsMr. Wayne
2003Eloise at the PlazaMr. Nye
2004-2005The NewsroomJim Walcott16 Episodes
2005-2006Slings & ArrowsMr. Archer5 Episodes
2006-2007Ruby GloomScardey Bat26 Episodes (voice role)
2006Niagara MotelHenry
2008-dateMurdoch MysteriesTerrence Meyers6 Episodes[1]
2008Coopers' Camera a.k.a Coopers' ChristmasTim Cooper
2009Willa's Wild LifeDadvoice
2009Leslie, My Name Is EvilWalter
201018 to LifeBen Bellow25 Episodes
2010GravyTrainHouston GravyTrain, Sr.
2013Sex After KidsSean
2014The Best Laid PlansEric Cameron

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "‘Murdoch’ mysteries revealed". tvguide.ca. Retrieved July 27, 2010. 

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