Eugene Levy might be most recognizable to a generation of fans for his work as the patriarch of the Rose family on Schitt’s Creek. However, before that, he also played a father figure in the American Pie franchise.
The 76-year-old star reflected on being recognized for the series during a recent interview. He also explained why the recognition “got a bit tedious” at a certain point.
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Eugene said that people wanted to talk about Schitt’s Creek “all over the world” now while chatting with The Guardian.
Before it was American Pie, but it was a different experience by the sounds of it.
“The American Pie thing got a bit tedious. People would bring me apple pie every time I went into a restaurant or to a wedding. Which is kind of funny, but it did happen a lot,” he explained.
Speaking of Schitt’s Creek, Eugene recently revealed his thoughts on a the future of the show.
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