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Keleghan with his wife Leah Pinsent in 2017
|Born|| (1959-09-16) September 16, 1959
Peter Keleghan (born September 16, 1959) is a Canadian actor, perhaps best known for portraying Ben Bellow in the comedy series 18 to Life, Clark Claxton, Sr. in the comedy series Billable Hours and Ranger Gord in The Red Green Show.
Keleghan has had a long career in film and television, mostly in comedic roles starting in the Smith & Smith spin off comedy sketch show, Comedy Mill. His best-known roles have been film industry CEO Alan Roy on Made in Canada, news anchor Jim Walcott on The Newsroom, Ranger Gord on The Red Green Show, Ben Bellow on 18 to Life, and special agent Terrence Myers on Murdoch Mysteries. His other television performances include Seinfeld, and Queer as Folk.
|1986||The Comedy Mill||(1986-1991)|
|1989||In Opposition||Tom Sheridan|
|1993||The Red Green Show||Ranger Gord||Recurring (1993-2001)
Nominated - Gemini Award for Best Performance in a Comedy Program or Series (2000) & (2001)
|Seinfeld||Lloyd Braun||"The Non-Fat Yogurt"|
|1994||Burke's Law||Bill Kingsley||"Who Killed the Anchorman?"|
|1995||Picture Perfect||Agent Sloan|
|1996||Forever Knight||Gefford Weintroff|
|Goosebumps||Jeffery Burton||"Revenge of the Lawn Gnomes"|
|The Newsroom||Jim Walcott||Recurring (1996-2005)
Won - Gemini Award for Best Performance in a Comedy Program or Series (1998)
|1997||Ned's Newt||Eric "Dad" Flemkin||Voice|
|The Mr. Men Show||Game Show Guy/Pal/Various|
|1998||Made in Canada||Alan Roy, CEO||(1998–2003)
Nominated - Gemini Award for Best Performance in a Comedy Program or Series (1999) & (2003)
Won - Gemini Award for Best Ensemble Performance in a Comedy Program or Series (2001), (2002) & (2004)
Nominated - Canadian Comedy Award for Best Performance by a Male - Television (2003)
|2000||Ginger Snaps||Mr. Wayne|
|2002||Royal Canadian Air Farce||Various||Episode 9.16
Nominated - Gemini Award for Best Individual Performance in a Comedy Program or Series (2002)
|2003||Eloise at the Plaza||Mr. Nye|
|2005||Cheaper by the Dozen 2||Mike Romanow|
|Slings & Arrows||Mr. Archer||5 Episodes|
|2006||Ruby Gloom||Scaredy Bat||Voice (2006 - 2007)
Nominated - Gemini Award for Best Individual or Ensemble Performance in an Animated Program or Series (2008)
|Billable Hours||Clark Claxton, Sr.||19 Episodes (2006-2008)
Nominated - Gemini Award for Best Ensemble Performance in a Comedy Program or Series (2009)
|2008||Murdoch Mysteries||Terrence Meyers||14 episodes (2008-2021)|
|Coopers' Camera a.k.a. Coopers' Christmas||Tim Cooper|
|Eating Buccaneers||Jerry||Nominated - Canadian Comedy Award for Best Performance by a Male - Film|
|2009||Willa's Wild Life||Dad||Voice|
|Leslie, My Name Is Evil||Walter|
|2010||18 to Life||Ben Bellow||Main role (2010-2011)
Nominated - Gemini Award for Best Ensemble Performance in a Comedy Program or Series (2010) & (2011)
Won - Gemini Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Continuing Leading Comedic Role (2011)
|GravyTrain||Houston GravyTrain, Sr.|
|2012||Saving Hope||Randall Crane||Recurring (2012 - 2017)|
|2013||Sex After Kids||Sean|
|2014||The Best Laid Plans||Eric Cameron|
|2016||Sadie's Last Days on Earth||Roger Mitchell|
|2018||Into Invisible Light||Michael|
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