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Eugene Levy

Eugene Levy



Canada

Age: 74

Born: 17 Dec, 1946

Known for

In Schitt's Creek as Johnny Roseas Johnny Rose

in Schitt's Creek
In Greg the Bunny as Gil Benderas Gil Bender

in Greg the Bunny

TV Series Starring Eugene Levy

Schitt's CreekSchitt's Creek
CBC, 2015 | Comedy | ► Trailer
Rating: 4.3/5

When filthy-rich video store magnate Johnny Rose (Eugene Levy), his soap star wife Moira (Catherine O'Hara), and their two kids - ├╝ber-hipster son David (Dan Levy) and socialite daughter Alexis (Annie Murphy) - suddenly find themselves broke, they are forced to live in Schitt's Creek, a small, depressing town they once bought as a joke. With their pampered lives now abandoned, they must confront their new-found poverty and discover what it means to be a family, all within the rural city limits of their new home.


Greg the BunnyGreg the Bunny
FOX, 2002 | Comedy
Rating: 1/5

Can puppets and humans live side by side? In the world of Greg the Bunny, they can. Set in Hollywood, land of movie stars and struggling actors of all fabrics, Greg the Bunny (Dan Milano), a squeaky-voiced rabbit puppet, longs to live the high life - one where he's got a job or something. Greg's best friend and roommate, Jimmy Bender (Seth Green), is a slacker - not to mention a human. Jimmy's father, Gil (Eugene Levy), is the blunt and perpetually nervous executive producer/director of the low-budget (and low-rated) children's show, Sweetknuckle Junction. A cross between Sesame Street and Mister Rogers' Neighborhood, Sweetknuckle mixes the fun of trains with the joy of letters and numbers, and is brought to you by the human co-stars, Junction Jack (Bob Gunton), the conductor, and Dottie Sunshine (Dina Waters), the helper, with funding provided by the puppet co-stars, Professor Ape (Dan Milano), the scholarly monkey, and Count Blah (Drew Massey), the counting vampire. Off-ca