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John McConnell

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John "Spud" McConnell , is an American actor and radio personality based in New Orleans, Louisiana.

McConnell is a character actor who has appeared in more than 40 films, ranging from obscure independent films to major cinematic release movies . McConnell has also appeared in numerous plays, including an off-Broadway run in the one-man show The Kingfish, wherein he portrays colorful Louisiana Governor Huey P. Long. He is perhaps best-known for having portrayed Ignatius J. Reilly from the Pulitzer Prize winning novel A Confederacy of Dunces, and in that role was the model for a life-sized bronze statue of the fictitious character on historic Canal Street in downtown New Orleans.

On television, McConnell made appearances over three seasons of Roseanne, with good friend and colleague John Goodman. More recently, McConnell is featured in a recurring role on the FX series The Riches, starring Eddie Izzard and Minnie Driver.

McConnell currently has a supporting role on the HBO series Treme as a Disk Jockey at radio station WWOZ.

McConnell is a conservative afternoon radio personality, hosting a daily call-in talk show, "The Spud Show", on WWL 870 AM and 105.3 FM.

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