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â??Peter Keleghan (born September 16, 1959) is a Canadian television actor, who has played roles in many of Canada's most popular comedy series.
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 lonely, forgotten, deluded Ranger Gord on The Red Green Show. He also had a role in the Canadian film Ginger Snaps. Non-Canadians will more likely recognize Keleghan as one of two actors who played George Costanza's archnemesis Lloyd Braun on Seinfeld. Peter Keleghan was married for 21 years and has two small children. He had an affair with Leah Pinsent, walked out on his marriage and children, and currently lives with Leah on the beaches in Toronto, Canada. He remains in serious default of his support obligations according to Canadian Family Law.
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