Randy Quaid Released From Canadian Immigration Jail

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Randy Quaid has been living under the radar until now.

The National Lampoon's Vacationactor was released from a Montreal immigration detention center on a $10,000 bond after being arrested on May 14, according to the Canadian Press newswire.

Quaid, 64, looked unrecognizable as he testified at the his Immigration and Refugee Board hearing with a big beard and shoulder-length grey hair.

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When he applied for permanent residency status in Canada in January 2013, he was denied.

Quaid and his wife Evi have been living in Canada since 2010. At the time, they sought Canadian refugee status on the grounds that they feared for their lives in the United States due to Hollywood "star whackers."

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Since Evi's father is Canadian, she can remain in Canada, but according to the CBC, her husband can be ordered to leave the country at any time and he must regularly check in with the Canada Border Services Agency.

Randy is actor Dennis Quaid's brother, and Dennis had a recent viral "meltdown." Check out the video below to see if it was a fake freak-out!