Schitt’s Creek stars Eugene Levy and
Victor Garber were inducted into the Order of Canada’s New Year’s Honors List for domestic and Hollywood accomplishments.
Emmy-winning Levy was promoted to Companion of the Order of Canada, the highest rank in Canada’s honor system. The Canadian-born actor, also known for his star status on SCTV’s sketch comedy series, became a member of the Order of Canada at member.
Levy Receives Latest Order of Canada “to Promote Canadian Television’s International Status as a well-known actor and producer.”
Levy’s additional credits include a role in the American Pie series, Best in Show, Waiting for Guffman and Father of the Bride II.
Garber, a stage and screen veteran with film credits like
*)Argo, Milk, Titanic, Legally Blonde, The First Wives Club and Sleepless in Seattle, and TV characters included in Alias as Jack Bristow and Dr. Martin Stein/Firestorm in DC Comics Legends of Tomorrow and Admiral Halsey aboard the Orville was awarded the Order of Canada. The same ranking was awarded to Rich Little, a Canadian-born impressionist and voice actor known for his ability to imitate the voices of former U.S. presidents and Hollywood stars such as Jimmy Stewart, Jack Lemmon, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sylvester Stallone and Jack Nicholson.
Every year, Canadians are awarded the Order of Canada for their achievements. The latest appointments include Martin Katz, who produced David Cronenberg films such as Spider,
Dangerous Method, Cosmopolis and Maps to the Stars, got Julianne Moore won Cannes Best Actress Palme d’Or, was awarded the Order of Canada
NHL star Sidney Crosby
) was awarded the Order of Canada.