Shawn Levy

film director, producer and actor

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Shawn Levy is a Canadian film director, producer and actor. He is the head of 21 Laps Entertainment.

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 Netflix has a certified hit with its ‘80s tinged horror/comedy/sci-fi series “Stranger Things.” The show is up for two Golden…

'Stranger Things' executive producer Shawn Levy on the hit show

Production still from "Stranger Things" season 2 Netflix has a certified hit with its ‘80s tinged horror/comedy/sci-fi series “Stranger Things.” The show is up for two Golden…

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In July of 2016,  Stranger Things  on Netflix came seemingly out of nowhere to become the buzziest show of the summer. The show struck a chord with members of the TV academy as well.

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