Annie Murphy

Annie Murphy’s past projects have included Rookie BlueFlashpointGood GodThe Story of JenBeauty and the Beast, and Blue Mountain State and has also worked in theatre in Montreal and Toronto.

Murphy is currently starring in Schitt’s Creek for CBC/ITV.  She stars alongside Eugene Levy, Daniel Levy, Catherine O’Hara, and Chris Elliott as Alexis Rose, the daughter of Levy and O’Hara.  Murphy was nominated for a Canadian Screen Award for Best Actress in a Comedy for her work on the show.

Murphy wrote, produced, and acted in The Plateaus, a CBC web series, which also features Elisha Cuthbert, Jay Baruchel, Sam Roberts, and Kevin MacDonald.  She is a graduate of both the Canadian Film Centre Actors’ Conservatory and the Theatre Performance Program at Concordia University.  She resides in Toronto, Ontario and was born in Ottawa.

Catherine O’Hara

Catherine O’Hara is a prolific, multi-award winning actress, writer, and comedian whose film credits include lead and supporting roles in Beetlejuice, Home Alone, Home Alone 2: Lost in New York, After Hours, Heartburn, The Life Before This, Penelope, Away We Go, Where the Wild Things Are, A.C.O.D., The Right Kind of Wrong, and many more.  In 2016, Catherine won the Canadian Screen Award for Lead Actress in a Comedy Series, as well as the ACTRA Award® for Outstanding Female Performance for her role as ‘Moira’ on CBC’s Schitt’s Creek.  O’Hara also received the prestigious Legacy Award (along with co-star and long-time collaborator, Eugene Levy) from the Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television.

O’Hara has collaborated with Christopher Guest and co-writer Eugene Levy four times on the critically acclaimed mockumentary films Waiting for Guffman, Best in Show, A Mighty Wind, and For Your Consideration.  Her performance in the latter won her the 2007 National Board of Review Award for Supporting Actress.

O’Hara has made many guest appearances on top-rated television series including Six Feet Under and Curb Your Enthusiasm.  Her role in the HBO’s Temple Grandin earned her Emmy, Satellite, and Screen Actors Guild Award nominations.  She first performed with Toronto’s Second City Theatre and later, with fellow alumni including Eugene Levy, created the iconic sketch comedy show SCTV.  O’Hara won an Emmy Award® and earned four Emmy® nominations for her writing on the show.   O’Hara is an Officer of the Order of Canada.

Daniel Levy

Daniel Levy began his television career as a co-host of MTV Canada’s flagship show MTV Live and later co-wrote, co-hosted, and co-produced the critically acclaimed ratings hit The After Show and its various incarnations including The Hills: The After Show and The City: Live After Show.  Levy also wrote, produced, and starred in his own Christmas special for MTV, Daniel Levy’s Holi-Do’s & Don’ts for MTV and co-hosted the MTV Movie Awards Red Carpet, the X-Factor pre-show, and national coverage of the Vancouver Olympic Games for CTV.  Levy’s acting roles include Degrassi: The Next Generation and the thriller Off Line.  He made his film debut opposite Tina Fey in Admission.

In 2013, Levy formed Not A Real Company Productions (with his father Eugene Levy and principals Andrew Barnsley and Fred Levy) to produce Schitt’s Creek, a half-hour single cam comedy for CBC/ITV.  Levy is the co-creator, co-executive producer, and writer of Schitt’s Creek and stars alongside Eugene Levy, Catherine O’Hara, Annie Murphy, and Chris Elliott.

In March 2016, Levy won the Best Writing in a Comedy Series award at the Canadian Screen Awards and, as Executive Producer, shared the CSA for Best Comedy with Eugene Levy, among others.  He was also nominated for Lead Actor in a Comedy.  Schitt’s Creek swept the Canadian Screen Awards, winning nine of a possible 10 categories, including Lead Actress in a Comedy (Catherine O’Hara); Lead Actor in a Comedy (Eugene Levy); Best Direction in a Comedy (Paul Fox); Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy (Chris Elliott); and Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy (Emily Hampshire); among others.

Eugene Levy

Eugene Levy is an award-winning actor, writer, and producer.  He has appeared in more than 60 motion pictures to date, eight of which having topped the $100M mark.  The box office success of films such as Bringing Down The House, Cheaper By the Dozen 2, and Father Of The Bride Part II have established him as one of Hollywood’s most popular comedic actors. But it was the role of Noah Levenstein in the American Pie franchise that cemented his reputation as America’s favorite Dad.  Levy’s most recent big-screen role was that of Dory’s Dad in the Disney/Pixar smash Finding Dory, in which he stars alongside Ellen DeGeneres and Diane Keaton.  The film has surpassed the $1B mark worldwide, and is on track to become one of the highest-grossing animated films of all time.  His next film is The War With Grandpa, starring Robert De Niro and Christopher Walken.

Partnering with Christopher Guest, Levy earned critical acclaim for co-writing and co-starring in Best In Show, Waiting For Guffman, For Your Consideration, and A Mighty Wind.  Levy has been nominated for and won countless awards for his films including a New York Film Critics Circle Award and a Grammy Award® for A Mighty Wind and a Golden Globe® nomination for Best In Show.  Other films include Splash, Armed and Dangerous, Multiplicity, Club Paradise, and Serendipity.

In 2013, Levy formed Not A Real Company Productions (with his son Daniel Levy and principals Andrew Barnsley and Fred Levy) to produce Schitt’s Creek, a television series for CBC/ITV he co-created, co-executive produces, and co-stars in with Daniel Levy.  The single-cam, character-driven comedy also stars Catherine O’Hara, Annie Murphy, and Chris Elliott.

In 2016, Levy won Lead Actor in a Comedy at the Canadian Screen Awards and, as Executive Producer, the CSA for Best Comedy, an award he shared with Daniel Levy, among others.  Schitt’s Creek swept the Canadian Screen Awards, winning nine of a possible 10 categories.  Levy also received the prestigious Legacy Award (along with co-star and long-time collaborator, Catherine O’Hara) from the Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television.  Levy won two Emmys® for his writing on SCTV in addition to many other awards and nominations for his television work.

Levy is a Member of the Order of Canada and a recipient of The Governor General’s Performing Arts Award – the foremost honour presented for excellence in the performing arts.