Annie Murphy

actress, “Schitt’s Creek”

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Annie Murphy is a breakout star in the Canadian sitcom “Schitt’s Creek,” which is in its sixth and final season, and has gained a cult-like following.

Annie Murphy on ‘Schitt’s Creek’ success, and how Alexis Rose grows from ditzy to deep

Annie Murphy is a breakout star in the Canadian sitcom “Schitt’s Creek,” which is in its sixth and final season, and has gained a cult-like following.

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