Trailer Park Boys star John Dunsworth dies


A post on his Twitter account says Dunsworth passed away peacefully after a short and unexpected illness.

"Trailer Park Boys" director Mike Clattenburg said via Instagram that it is "sad news" to lose Dunsworth.

Dunsworth took a couple of other small TV and film roles but was by far best known as the overbearing, alcoholic and closeted supervisor in Trailer Park Boys, which ran for seven seasons and was revived by Netflix.

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Dunsworth played Jim Lahey on all 11 seasons of the beloved comedy series.

DeCoutere adds that Dunsworth was the most positive and hardest-working guy around and had a great philosophical depth.

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Dunsworth was born in Nova Scotia and got his start in acting as part of the local theatre and acting community.

In a 2010 interview with the Sarnia Observer, Dunsworth joked that he was nothing like his famed Trailer Park Boys character.

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"He was so invested, told everyone that they should act as much as possible all the time, even if it wasn't necessarily a project about which they were super fired up, to continuously be immersed", she said. He was involved with as many productions as a human can be. Many cast members of the show also shared their grief at his demise.