Eugene Levy

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Eugene Levy

Eugene Levy 2, 2012.jpg
Levy in November 2012
Born (1946-12-17) December 17, 1946 (age 73)
OccupationActor, comedian, producer, director, writer
Years active1969–present
Spouse(s)
Deborah Divine (m. 1977)
Children

Eugene Levy CM (born December 17, 1946) is a Canadian actor, comedian, producer, director, and writer. From 1976 until 1984, he appeared in the Canadian television sketch comedy series SCTV. He is the only actor to have appeared in all eight of the American Pie films, in his role as Noah Levenstein. He often plays flustered and unconventional figures. He is a regular collaborator of actor-director Christopher Guest, appearing in and co-writing four of his films, commencing with Waiting for Guffman (1996).

Levy received the Governor General's Performing Arts Award, Canada's highest honour in the performing arts, in 2008.[1] He was appointed to the Order of Canada on June 30, 2011.[2] From 2015 to 2020, he starred as Johnny Rose in Schitt's Creek, a comedy series that he co-created with his son and co-star Dan Levy. In 2019, he was nominated for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series.

Early life[edit]

Levy was born to a Jewish family[3] in Hamilton, Ontario. His mother was a homemaker and his father was a foreman at an automobile plant.[4] He went to Westdale Secondary School and attended McMaster University. He was vice-president of the McMaster Film Board, a student film group, where he met moviemaker Ivan Reitman.[5]

Career[edit]

The 1972–1973 Toronto production of the hit musical Godspell opened at the Royal Alexandra Theatre and was intended to be a run of a few dozen performances for a subscription audience. The cast was drawn entirely from local performers, instead of a touring cast. The Toronto production launched the careers of many actors, including Levy, Victor Garber, Andrea Martin, Gilda Radner, Dave Thomas, and Martin Short, as well as the show's musical director, Paul Shaffer.[6] Howard Shore played saxophone for this production. After an enthusiastic response from the audience, the scheduled run at the Royal Alexandra ended and the show moved uptown to the Bayview Playhouse in Leaside. The Bayview Playhouse production ran until August 1973, with a then-record run of 488 performances.[6]

An alumnus of both the Second City, Toronto and the sketch comedy series Second City Television, Levy often plays unusual supporting characters with nerdish streaks. Perhaps his best-known role on SCTV is the dimwitted Earl Camembert, a news anchor for the "SCTV News" and a parody of real-life Canadian newsman Earl Cameron. Celebrities impersonated by Levy on SCTV include Perry Como, Ricardo Montalbán, Alex Trebek, Sean Connery, Howard Cosell, Henry Kissinger, Menachem Begin, Bud Abbott, Milton Berle, John Charles Daly, Gene Shalit, Judd Hirsch, Jack Carter, Muammar al-Gaddafi, Tony Dow, James Caan, Lorne Greene, Rex Reed, Ralph Young (of Sandler and Young), F. Lee Bailey, Ernest Borgnine, former Ontario chief coroner and talk show host Dr. Morton Shulman, Norman Mailer, Neil Sedaka and Howard McNear as Floyd the Barber.

Original Levy characterizations on SCTV are comic Bobby Bittman, scandal sheet entrepreneur Dr. Raoul Withers, "report on business" naïf Brian Johns, 3-D horror auteur Woody Tobias Jr., cheerful Leutonian accordionist Stan Schmenge, lecherous dream interpreter Raoul Wilson, hammer-voiced sports broadcaster Lou Jaffe, diminutive union patriarch Sid Dithers ("San Francisckie! Did you drove or did you flew?"), fey current-events commentator Joel Weiss, buttoned-down panel show moderator Dougal Currie, smarmy Just for Fun emcee Stan Kanter, energetic used car salesman Al Peck, guileless security guard Gus Gustofferson, Phil the Garment King (also of Phil's Nails), and the inept teen dance show host Rockin’ Mel Slirrup.

Though he has been the "above the title" star in only two films, Armed and Dangerous (1986) and The Man (2005), he has featured prominently in many films. He is the co-writer and frequent cast member of Christopher Guest’s mockumentary features, particularly A Mighty Wind, where his sympathetic performance as emotionally unstable folksinger Mitch Cohen won kudos; his accolades included a Satellite Award for Best Supporting Actor – Musical or Comedy and the prestigious New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Supporting Actor. In the 1980s and 1990s, he appeared in Splash, National Lampoon’s Vacation, Club Paradise, Stay Tuned, Multiplicity and other comedies. Levy was the creator of Maniac Mansion, a television sitcom based on the LucasArts video game of the same name. He was also seriously considered for the role of Toby Ziegler on The West Wing, a role that went to actor Richard Schiff.

Levy, along with his son Dan Levy, is co-creator of the CBC/Pop TV sitcom Schitt's Creek. He also stars in the show alongside his son as head of the Rose family, Johnny Rose. His daughter, Sarah Levy, portrays Twyla Sands, the waitress at the Schitt‘s Creek diner.[7]

Recognition[edit]

Levy, along with Christopher Guest and Michael McKean, was awarded the 2003 Grammy Award for Best Song Written for a Motion Picture, Television, or Other Visual Media for the title song from A Mighty Wind. Levy appeared in the corner of a poster hanging outside the movie theatre in Springfield in the "See Homer Run" episode of The Simpsons. (The poster was advertising for Princess Rock Star and featured a girl with an electric guitar, with Levy in the corner wearing a royal crown. A liner note under him read "Eugene Levy as the King").

In March 2006, it was announced that he would receive a star on Canada's Walk of Fame. In 2002, the entire cast of SCTV was given a group star, and although Levy is not mentioned on the actual star, he was still inducted as a part of the group. This makes him one of only four two-time honourees, alongside fellow SCTV alumni John Candy, Martin Short and Catherine O'Hara.

Levy is one of only a handful of people who have won at least five Canadian Comedy Awards, including two for Best Writing (Best in Show in 2001 and A Mighty Wind in 2004) and three for Best Male Performer (Best in Show, American Pie 2 in 2002, and A Mighty Wind).

In 2008, the Governor General of Canada presented Levy with the Governor General's Performing Arts Awards (GGPAA), a lifetime achievement award considered "for their outstanding body of work and enduring contribution to the performing arts in Canada.".[8] In 2010, Levy was awarded the ACTRA Award by the union representing Canada's actors.[9]

In 2011, Levy was made a Member of the Order of Canada "for his contributions as a comic actor and writer, and for his dedication to charitable causes."[10]

On May 22, 2012, Levy delivered a commencement address at Dalhousie University, in Halifax, Nova Scotia, and was awarded the degree Doctor of Laws (honoris causa).

On June 11, 2012, Levy was presented with the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal by the Lieutenant Governor of Ontario.[11]

On March 13, 2016, Levy took home the award for "Best Performance by an Actor in a Continuing Leading Comedic Role" at the 4th Annual Canadian Screen Awards, for his performance as Johnny Rose in the CBC/Pop TV sitcom, Schitt's Creek.[12]

Personal life[edit]

Levy married Deborah Divine in 1977. They live in Los Angeles, St. Augustine, Florida and Canada[13] and have two children together: actor Dan and actress Sarah, both of whom star alongside him on Schitt's Creek.

Levy is an advocate for autism awareness and treatment.[14] He was a close friend of actor John Candy, who died of a heart attack in 1994. Levy is a member of the Canadian charity Artists Against Racism.[15]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1971 Foxy Lady Coffee Boy
1973 Cannibal Girls Clifford Sturges
1979 Running Richie Rosenberg
1980 Nothing Personal Marty
1980 Deadly Companion Matt
1981 Heavy Metal Captain Lincoln F. Sternn / Male Reporter / Edsel Voices
1983 National Lampoon’s Vacation Ed the Car Salesman
1983 Going Berserk Sal DiPasquale
1984 Splash Walter Kornbluth
1986 Club Paradise Barry Steinberg
1986 Armed and Dangerous Norman Kane
1987 Bride of Boogedy Tom Lynch
1989 Speed Zone Leo Ross
1991 Father of the Bride Singer at Audition
1992 Once Upon a Crime Casino Cashier Uncredited
Also director
1992 Stay Tuned Crowley
1994 I Love Trouble Ray, Justice of the Peace
1995 Father of the Bride Part II Mr. Habib
1996 Multiplicity Vic
1996 Waiting for Guffman Dr. Allan Pearl Also writer
1998 Almost Heroes Guy Fontenot
1998 Holy Man Guy on Background TV Uncredited
1998 Richie Rich's Christmas Wish Professor Keanbean Direct-to-video
1999 The Secret Life of Girls Hugh Sanford
1999 Dogmatic Larry
1999 American Pie Noah Levenstein
2000 Silver Man Leon
2000 Best in Show Gerry Fleck Also writer
2000 The Ladies Man Bucky Kent
2001 Down to Earth Keyes
2001 Josie and the Pussycats Himself
2001 American Pie 2 Noah Levenstein
2001 Serendipity Bloomingdales Salesman
2002 Repli-Kate Jonas Fromer
Repli-Jonas
2002 Like Mike Frank Bernard
2003 Bringing Down the House Howie Rottman
2003 A Mighty Wind Mitch Cohen Also writer
2003 Dumb & Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd Principal Collins
2003 American Wedding Noah Levenstein
2004 New York Minute Max Lomax
2005 The Man Andy Fiddler
2005 American Pie Presents: Band Camp Noah Levenstein Direct-to-DVD
2005 Cheaper by the Dozen 2 Jimmy Murtaugh
2006 Curious George Clovis Voice
2006 Over the Hedge Lou Voice
2006 For Your Consideration Morley Orfkin Also writer
2006 American Pie Presents: The Naked Mile Noah Levenstein Direct-to-DVD
2007 American Pie Presents: Beta House Noah Levenstein Direct-to-DVD
2009 Gooby Mr. Nerdlinger
2009 Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian Albert Einstein Bobbleheads
2009 Taking Woodstock Max Yasgur
2009 Astro Boy Orrin Voice
2009 American Pie Presents: The Book of Love Noah Levenstein Direct-to-DVD
2011 Goon Dr. Glatt
2012 American Reunion Noah Levenstein
2012 Madea's Witness Protection George Needleman
2016 Finding Dory Charlie Voice
2020 Canada: Far and Wide Himself (voice)

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1975, 1979 King of Kensington Bernie / Freddie Cohen 2 episodes
1976 The Sunshine Hour Various
1976–1984 Stay Tuned Various
1976–1984 SCTV Various
1985 The Last Polka Stan Shmenge Television film; also writer
1985 George Burns Comedy Week Robert Episode: "Home for Dinner"
1985 Martin Short: Concert for the North Americas Stupid Eddie / Buddy (voice) Television special
1986 Billy Crystal: Don't Get Me Started Morty Arnold Television special
1987 The Disney Sunday Movie Tom Lynch Episode: "Bride of Boogedy"
1988 The Ray Bradbury Theater Bert Harris Episode: "Skeleton"
1992 I, Martin Short, Goes Hollywood Studio Head (voice) Television special
1992 Partners 'N' Love David Grodin Television film
1992 Camp Candy Unnamed character (voice) Episode: "When It Rains... It Snows"
1993 Maniac Mansion Doc Ellis Episode: "Freddie Had a Little Lamb"
Also creator, writer, director, and executive producer
1994 The Martin Short Show Directed two episodes
1995 Harrison Bergeron President McCloskey Television film
1996 Road to Avonlea Rudy Blaine Episode: "King of the Great White Way"
1996–1997 Duckman Dr. Craig Ehrlich (voice) 2 episodes
1997–1998 Hiller and Diller Gordon Schermerhorn 13 episodes
1998 Mad About You Doctor Episode: "Nat & Arley"
1998 Hercules King Midas (voice) Episode: "Hercules and the Golden Touch"
1998 The Drew Carey Show Dr. Rider Episode: "The Engagement"
1999 The Wonderful World of Disney Larry Episode: "Dogmatic"
2000 Dilbert Plug Guard (voice) Episode: "The Return"
2002 Off Centre Dr. Barry Wasserman 2 episodes
2002–2004 Greg the Bunny Gil Bender 13 episodes
2012 I, Martin Short, Goes Home Mr. Mortimer Rickards Television special
2013–2014 Package Deal McKenzie 3 episodes
2014 Working the Engels Arthur Horowitz Episode: "Meet Irene Horowitz"
2015–2020 Schitt's Creek Johnny Rose Also creator, writer, and executive producer
2020 The Ellen DeGeneres Show Himself/Guest Host January 10, 2020 Standing in for Ellen DeGeneres

Other[edit]

Year Title Role
1993 The Wacky World of Miniature Golf with Eugene Levy (Philips CD-i game) Voice-over
1996 Creature Crunch (PC game) Brian, additional characters (voice)[16]
2015 R40 Live Rockin' Mel – Host/Emcee of early 1970s era spoofed rock show.
Video used as an introduction for the band's encore, which consisted of early-career material dating to that era.

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Work Result Ref
1973 Sitges Film Festival Medalla Sitges en Plata de Ley for Best Actor Cannibal Girls Won [17]
1982 Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Writing in a Variety or Music Program SCTV Network 90 (Episode: Moral Majority Show) Won [18]
SCTV Network 90 (Episodes: Cycle Two, Show Two and Christmas Show) Nominated
1983 Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Writing in a Variety or Music Program SCTV Network 90 (Episodes: The Energy Ball and Sweeps Week) Won [18]
SCTV Network 90 (Episodes: The Christmas Show, Towering Inferno, and Jane Eyrehead) Nominated
1984 CableACE Awards Ace Award for Writing a Comedy or Music Program SCTV Channel Nominated
1985 CableACE Awards Ace Award for Best Comedy Special The Last Polka Nominated
Ace Award for Performance in a Comedy Special Nominated
1989 Cable ACE Awards Ace Award for Directing a Comedy Special Biographies: The Enigma of Bobby Bittman Nominated
Ace Award for Writing a Comedy Special Nominated
1992 Gemini Awards Best Comedy Series Maniac Mansion Nominated [19]
Best Writing in a Comedy or Variety Program or Series Nominated
1993 Gemini Awards Best Comedy Series Maniac Mansion Nominated
1994 Gemini Awards Best Comedy Series Maniac Mansion Nominated
1994 Banff Television Festival Sir Peter Ustinov Awards Awarded [20]
1995 Gemini Awards Earle Grey Award (with the cast of SCTV) SCTV Awarded [21]
1998 Independent Spirit Awards Best Screenplay Waiting for Guffman Nominated [22]
2000 Blockbuster Entertainment Awards Favourite Supporting Actor, Comedy American Pie Won [23]
2000 American Comedy Awards Funniest Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture American Pie Nominated
2000 Writers Guild of America Awards Best Screenplay Best in Show Nominated [24]
2001 Canadian Comedy Awards Best Performance by a Male – Film Best in Show Won [25]
Best Writing – Film Won
2002 Canadian Comedy Awards Best Performance by a Male – Film American Pie 2 Won [26]
2003 New York Film Critics Circle Awards Best Supporting Actor A Mighty Wind Won [27]
2003 Seattle Film Critics Awards Best Music A Mighty Wind Won [28]
Best Screenplay, Original Runner-up
2003 Teen Choice Awards Choice Movie Chemistry Bringing Down the House Nominated [29]
2003 Florida Film Critics Circle Awards Best Cast A Mighty Wind Won [30]
2004 Canadian Comedy Awards Best Performance by a Male – Film A Mighty Wind Won [31]
Best Writing – Film Won
2004 Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards Critics Choice Award for Best Song A Mighty Wind Won [32]
2004 Grammy Awards Best Song Written for a Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media A Mighty Wind Won [33]
2004 Satellite Awards Golden Satellite Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role, Comedy or Musical A Mighty Wind Won
2004 AARP Movies for Grownups Best Breakaway Performance A Mighty Wind Won
Best Grownup Love Story Nominated
2004 International Online Cinema Awards Best Original Song A Mighty Wind Nominated
2004 Gold Derby Awards Best Ensemble Cast A Mighty Wind Nominated
2004 Teen Choice Awards Choice Movie Liar New York Minute Nominated
2004 Independent Spirit Awards Best Screenplay A Mighty Wind Nominated [34]
2004 Phoenix Film Critics Society Awards Best Ensemble Cast A Mighty Wind Nominated
2006 DVD Exclusive Awards Best Supporting Actor (in a DVD Premiere Movie) American Pie Presents: Band Camp Nominated
2006 Gotham Independent Film Award Best Ensemble Cast For Your Consideration Nominated [35]
2006 Razzie Awards Worst Supporting Actor Cheaper by the Dozen 2 Nominated [36]
The Man Nominated
2007 AARP Movies for Grownups Best Screenwriter For Your Consideration Nominated
2008 Governor General of Canada Governor General's Performing Arts Award Lifetime Achievement Awarded [8]
2010 AARP Movies for Grownups Best Supporting Actor Taking Woodstock Nominated
2010 ACTRA Awards ACTRA Award of Excellence Lifetime Achievement Awarded [37]
2011 Banff World Media Festival Rockie Awards Award of Excellence Awarded [38]
2016 Canadian Screen Awards Legacy Award Lifetime Achievement Awarded [39]
2016 Canadian Screen Awards Best Comedy Series Schitt's Creek Won [40]
Best Performance by an Actor in a Continuing Leading Comedic Role Won
2016 Behind the Voice Actors Awards Best Vocal Ensemble in a Feature Film Finding Dory Won [41]
2017 ACTRA Awards Members' Choice Series Ensemble Schitt's Creek Nominated [42]
2017 Canadian Screen Awards Best Comedy Series Schitt's Creek Nominated [43]
Best Performance by an Actor in a Continuing Leading Comedic Role Nominated
2017 Kids' Choice Awards #Squad Finding Dory Won [44]
2018 ACTRA Award Members' Choice Series Ensemble Schitt's Creek Nominated [45]
2018 Canadian Screen Awards Best Performance by an Actor in a Continuing Leading Comedic Role Schitt's Creek Nominated [46]
2019 ACTRA Awards Members' Choice Series Ensemble Schitt's Creek Won [47]
2019 Canadian Screen Awards Best Comedy Series Schitt's Creek Won [48]
Best Performance by an Actor in a Continuing Leading Comedic Role Nominated
2019 Critics' Choice Television Awards Best Actor in a Comedy Series Schitt's Creek Nominated [49]
2019 Gold Derby Awards Comedy Lead Actor Schitt's Creek Nominated [50]
2019 Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Comedy Series Schitt's Creek Nominated [51]
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series Nominated
2019 Satellite Awards Best Actor in a Series, Comedy or Musical Schitt's Creek Nominated [52]
2019 Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series Schitt's Creek Nominated [53]
2020 Producers Guild of America Awards The Danny Thomas Award for Outstanding Producer of Episodic Television – Comedy Schitt's Creek Nominated [54]
2020 Canadian Screen Awards Best Comedy Series Schitt's Creek Won [55]
Best Performance by an Actor in a Continuing Leading Comedic Role Won
2020 Newport Beach Film Festival Lifetime Achievement Award Lifetime achievement Awarded [56]

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