Red Green is a handyman who tries to find shortcuts to most of his projects, trusting most of his work to duct tape, which he calls "the handyman's secret weapon". He is the president of the Possum Lodge, a men's club in the small town of Possum Lake
Runtime: 30 minutes
The Red Green Show - Patrick McKenna - Netflix
Patrick McKenna (born May 8, 1960) is a Canadian comedian and actor. He is best known for playing Harold Green on the television series The Red Green Show.
The Red Green Show - Career - Netflix
McKenna's main acting role was that of Harold Green in the popular television comedy The Red Green Show. He also played Marty Stephens on Traders, working alongside future Stargate SG-1 and Stargate Atlantis star, British-born Canadian actor David Hewlett and McKenna also starred in the Trudeau miniseries. For his work on Traders and The Red Green Show, McKenna received two Gemini awards. He is the only Canadian actor to receive these for drama and comedy in the same year, winning them at the 13th Gemini Awards on 4 October 1998. McKenna was the subject of the PBS Documentary ADD and Loving It?! In 2006 McKenna played producer Jeffrey Littleman on the short-lived CBC television series Getting Along Famously. He also voices Robear on Iggy Arbuckle. In 2007 he appeared in the pilot of Sabbatical. He stars as Victor in indie horror film Silent But Deadly. McKenna guest starred in two episodes of Stargate SG-1 playing Dr. Jay Felger, first in the Season 6 episode “The Other Guys” and then in the Season 7 episode “Avenger 2.0”. In late 2011 he played the politician and Canadian Confederation leader Alexander Galt in the CBC TV movie John A: Birth of a Country. Between 2011 and 2013, McKenna was featured as a voice actor on the Teletoon animated series Crash Canyon. As of 2012, McKenna is still active in acting, live speakings, and charitable work. He occasionally can be seen as Mr. Telson on the TV series Wingin It, and in the television series Hard Rock Medical. He appeared in the first episode of the third season, and the first two episodes of the eighth season of Murdoch Mysteries as Detective, and later Inspector, Hamish Slorach.
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