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Greg Malone (born October 19, 1948 in St. John's, Newfoundland) is a Canadian impressionist and actor.

He is well known for the CODCO television series and his impersonations of Barbara Frum, Jean Chr├ętien, and Queen Elizabeth II.

Prior to CODCO, Malone wrote and performed in a number of shows for CBC Television, including The Wonderful Grand Band, The Root Seller and The S and M Comic Book, and appeared in the film The Adventure of Faustus Bidgood.

After the death of his CODCO co-star Tommy Sexton in 1993, he devoted some years of his life to raising awareness of HIV and AIDS. He also directed a docudrama film, The Untold Story of the Suffragists of Newfoundland, in which he appeared as Sir Richard Squires, and acted in the films Rare Birds, Extraordinary Visitor, Messiah from Montreal and Heyday!. He also appeared in a one-man special for the Comedy Channel, Pocket Queen, which won an award at the 1999 Houston International Film and Television Festival. Along with Sexton and their CODCO co-star Andy Jones, Malone was a recipient of the Earle Grey Award, the lifetime achievement award of Canadian television's Gemini Awards, in 2002.

His first memoir, You Better Watch Out, was published in 2009 by Knopf Canada.


He participated in the campaign that stopped the privatization of Newfoundland and Labrador Hydro, and has championed other environmental causes, including a campaign to ban shipping of garbage to Newfoundland. He ran as a candidate for the New Democratic Party in the St. John's West by-election in 2000, losing narrowly to Loyola Hearn.

He supported Elizabeth May and the Green Party of Canada in the 2008 election, and performed at the 2009 Green Party convention in Pictou, Nova Scotia.

Electoral record

By-election on 15 May 2000

Resignation of Charles J. Power, 31 January 2000

Party Candidate Votes
     Progressive Conservative Loyola Hearn 11,392
     New Democrat Greg Malone 11,036
     Liberal Anthony G. Sparrow 8,032
     Canadian Alliance Frank Hall 1,315
     Not affiliated E. Sailor White 332

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