Eugene Levy

actor, writer and producer

Guest

Canadian actor, comedian, producer, director, writer and musician; father of Dan Levy

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Actor Eugene Levy and his son Dan Levy visit The Treatment to discuss their new comedy series Schitt's Creek.

Eugene Levy & Dan Levy: Schitt's Creek

Actor Eugene Levy and his son Dan Levy visit The Treatment to discuss their new comedy series Schitt's Creek.

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