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Actor Randy Quaid has been denied the right to be a permanent resident in Canada.
KABC reported that the Independence Day actor desired a permanent residency with his wife in Canada, claiming that Hollywood was responsible for the deaths of the late Heath Ledger and David Carradine and that the “Hollywood star-whackers” were out to kill him.
An anonymous Canadian governmental official confirmed the Quaids' residency denial.
Quaid’s fear of being killed isn’t the only reason he hopes to stay in Canada. According to KABC, the 62-year-old actor and his wife are subject to felony vandalism charges if they ever enter the United States after allegedly causing more than $5,000 in damages at a hillside home in Santa Barbara, Calif.
According to the Huffington Post wife Evi Quad informed the Canadian Press that the reason Quaid was denied was simply that he does not have a passport. According the report, "Quaid can appeal the residency decision to the federal court."
Quaid’s other credits include Brokeback Mountain, Kingpin, Midnight Express and The Kennedy’s.