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Eugene Levy
Birthday: December 17, 1946

Birth Place: Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
Height: 5' 1"

Below is a complete filmography (list of movies he's appeared in) for Eugene Levy. If you have any corrections or additions, please email us at corrections@actorsofhollywood.com. We'd also be interested in any trivia or other information you have.



A gifted comic actor who also won acclaim as a writer and director, Eugene Levy was born on December 17, 1946, in Hamilton, Ontario, the home of McMaster University, where he enrolled after graduating from Westdale High School in the same city. Levy studied film at McMaster, and, in 1967, became vice president of the McMaster Film Board, a student film group where he met fellow aspiring moviemaker Ivan Reitman. (Other McMaster students at the time included Martin Short and Dave Thomas.) In 1970, Reitman began work on a low-budget horror movie called Cannibal Girls and cast Levy as Clifford Sturges. One of his co-stars was a struggling actress named Andrea Martin, who would later work alongside Levy's old pals Short and Thomas — as well as John Candy and Joe Flaherty — on the short-lived Canadian sitcom The David Steinberg Show. Levy and Martin's paths crossed again when they were cast in the Toronto production of the musical Godspell; the cast also included Gilda Radner and Paul Shaffer, in addition to Short, Candy, and Thomas. After Godspell closed in 1973 (just in time for the long-delayed Cannibal Girls to finally hit the grind-house circuit), Levy joined the Toronto company of the famed improvisational Second City comedy troupe, in which Candy and Flaherty were already cast members. After two years as a part of Second City, Levy, Candy, and Flaherty decided to move to California to try their luck in the States; they didn't fare well at first, but their idea for a television series about a ramshackle, low-budget television station eventually blossomed into Second City TV, or (SCTV, for short). While the show, ironically, brought Levy and his friend's back to Toronto (where it was shot), it also became a solid hit in Canada and developed a loyal cult following in the U.S., and, moreover, launched the careers of Levy, Flaherty, Thomas, Candy, Short, Martin, and Catherine O'Hara in America. (After SCTV's initial run ended in 1981, NBC brought the show back in an extended version called SCTV Network 90, which featured a higher budget, more guest stars, and ran until 1983. Levy also won two Emmy awards as a member of the show's writing staff.) Levy and Candy also created an acclaimed spin-off from the show based around their characters of polka musicians Stan and Yosh Shmenge, a 1984 cable special entitled The Last Polka. By the mid-'80s, Levy had become a familiar face on both episodic television and in movies, albeit almost always in comic supporting roles. In 1989, he began working behind the camera again, directing a special for his old partner Martin Short, and, in 1992, made his feature directorial debut with the John Candy/Jim Belushi comedy Once Upon a Crime. In 1996, however, Levy scored a bigger breakthrough when he and Christopher Guest began writing a screenplay for a mockumentary about a small town theater troupe. Waiting for Guffman became a surprise hit and gave Levy a meaty comic role as stage-struck dentist Allan Pearl. In 1999, the actor won another high-profile success with the blockbuster hit American Pie, in which he played the understanding but terminally non-hip father of hormonally charged teenager Jim (Jason Biggs); Levy reprised the role in the 2001 sequel American Pie 2 and again in 2003's American Wedding. Levy and Guest teamed up again in 2000 for the comedy, Best in Show, for which the two received a Best Screenplay nomination from the Writers Guild of America. He and Guest also co-wrote and starred in another 2003 mockumentary, A Mighty Wind, a parody about '60s folk musicians who reunite for a tribute concert several years after their heyday.

Movie Credits
American Pie 5: The Naked Mile (2007)
[ Christopher McDonald ][ Steve Talley ]
For Your Consideration (2006)
[ Christopher Guest ][ Harry Shearer ][ Michael McKean ][ Fred Willard ][ Bob Balaban ]
Over the Hedge (2006)
[ Bruce Willis ][ William Shatner ][ Thomas Haden Church ][ Nick Nolte ][ Steve Carell ]
Curious George (2006)
[ Will Ferrell ][ Dick Van Dyke ][ David Cross ][ Clint Howard ][ Frank Welker ]
Cheaper by the Dozen 2 (2005)
[ Tom Welling ][ Steve Martin ][ David Bowie ][ Robert Davi ][ Jonathan Bennett ]
American Pie Presents Band Camp (2005)
[ Tad Hilgenbrink ][ Jason Earles ]
The Man (2005)
[ Samuel L. Jackson ][ Miguel Ferrer ][ Luke Goss ][ Anthony Mackie ]
New York Minute (2004)
[ Jared Padalecki ][ Elvis Presley ][ David Bowie ][ Robert Davi ][ Frank Welker ]
American Wedding (2003)
[ Seann William Scott ][ Jason Biggs ][ Thomas Ian Nicholas ][ Avril Lavigne ][ Eddie Kaye Thomas ]
Dumb and Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd (2003)
[ Shia LaBeouf ][ David Bowie ][ Robert Davi ][ Bob Saget ][ Eric Christian Olsen ]
A Mighty Wind (2003)
[ Christopher Guest ][ Harry Shearer ][ Michael McKean ][ Fred Willard ][ Bob Balaban ]
Bringing Down the House (2003)
[ Steve Martin ][ Michael Rosenbaum ][ Pharrell Williams ][ Steve Harris ][ Victor Webster ]
The Unkindest Cut (2002)
Like Mike (2002)
[ Crispin Glover ][ Bow Wow ][ Morris Chestnut ][ Jonathan Lipnicki ][ Robert Forster ]
Repli-Kate (2002)
[ Desmond Askew ][ James Roday ]
The Kid (2001)
[ William Shatner ]
Serendipity (2001)
[ John Cusack ][ Jeremy Piven ][ John Corbett ][ Leo Fitzpatrick ][ Bob Marley ]
American Pie 2 (2001)
[ Seann William Scott ][ Casey Affleck ][ Adam Brody ][ Chris Klein ][ Jason Biggs ]
Down to Earth (2001)
[ Chris Rock ][ Chazz Palminteri ][ Mark Addy ][ Frankie Faison ][ Pharrell Williams ]
The Sports Pages (2001)
[ Kelsey Grammer ][ Bob Newhart ][ John Kapelos ]
Club Land (2001)
[ Alan Alda ][ Brad Garrett ][ Steven Weber ][ Peter Riegert ]
The Ladies Man (2000)
[ Will Ferrell ][ Billy Dee Williams ][ Lee Evans ][ Tim Meadows ][ Kevin McDonald ]
Best in Show (2000)
[ Christopher Guest ][ Michael McKean ][ Fred Willard ][ Bob Balaban ][ Larry Miller ]
Silver Man (2000)
[ Joe Pantoliano ][ Daniel Baldwin ]
American Pie (1999)
[ Seann William Scott ][ Casey Affleck ][ Chris Klein ][ Jason Biggs ][ Thomas Ian Nicholas ]
Dogmatic (1999)
[ Joe Flaherty ]
The Secret Life of Girls (1999)
[ Patrick Renna ][ Jay O. Sanders ][ Alice Cooper ]
D.O.A. (1999)
[ Christopher Guest ]
Akbar's Adventure Tours (1998)
[ Martin Short ]
Richie Rich's Christmas Wish (1998)
[ David Gallagher ][ Richard Riehle ][ Martin Mull ][ Michael McDonald ]
Holy Man (1998)
[ Eddie Murphy ][ Jeff Goldblum ][ Eric McCormack ][ Jon Cryer ][ Robert Loggia ]
Almost Heroes (1998)
[ Chris Farley ][ Harry Shearer ][ Lewis Arquette ][ Bokeem Woodbine ][ John Farley ]
They Craved Duckman's Brain! (1996)
Waiting for Guffman (1996)
[ Christopher Guest ][ David Cross ][ Fred Willard ][ Bob Balaban ][ Brian Doyle-Murray ]
Multiplicity (1996)
[ Michael Keaton ][ Brian Doyle-Murray ][ Harris Yulin ][ Obba Babatundé ]
Creature Crunch (1996)
[ Martin Short ]
Father of the Bride Part II (1995)
[ Steve Martin ][ Kieran Culkin ][ Martin Short ][ B.D. Wong ][ George Newbern ]
Harrison Bergeron (1995)
[ Hayden Christensen ][ Sean Astin ][ Christopher Plummer ][ John Astin ][ Mackenzie Astin ]
I Love Trouble (1994)
[ Nick Nolte ][ Robert Loggia ][ Paul Gleason ][ Keith Gordon ][ Frankie Faison ]
Partners 'n Love (1992)
Stay Tuned (1992)
[ John Ritter ][ Jeffrey Jones ][ Ken Kirzinger ]
Once Upon a Crime... (1992)
[ John Candy ][ James Belushi ][ Frank Welker ][ George Hamilton ][ Giancarlo Giannini ]
Father of the Bride (1991)
[ Steve Martin ][ Kieran Culkin ][ Martin Short ][ B.D. Wong ][ George Newbern ]
Speed Zone! (1989)
[ John Candy ][ Tim Matheson ][ John Schneider ][ Peter Boyle ][ Lee Van Cleef ]
I, Martin Short, Goes Hollywood (1989)
[ Christopher Guest ][ Martin Short ][ Fred Willard ][ Dave Thomas ][ Joe Flaherty ]
Biographies: The Enigma of Bobby Bittman (1988)
Eugene Levy Discovers Home Safety (1987)
Bride of Boogedy (1987)
[ David Faustino ][ Vincent Schiavelli ]
Armed and Dangerous (1986)
[ John Candy ][ Robert Loggia ][ Tommy 'Tiny' Lister ][ Brion James ][ James Tolkan ]
Club Paradise (1986)
[ Robin Williams ][ Peter O'Toole ][ Rick Moranis ][ Bruce McGill ][ Brian Doyle-Murray ]
Billy Crystal: Don't Get Me Started (1986)
[ Christopher Guest ][ Rob Reiner ]
The Last Polka (1985)
[ John Candy ][ Rick Moranis ][ Dave Thomas ]
Martin Short: Concert for the North Americas (1985)
[ Christopher Guest ][ John Candy ][ Dave Thomas ][ Joe Flaherty ]
The Canadian Conspiracy (1985)
[ John Candy ][ Joe Flaherty ]
Splash (1984)
[ Tom Hanks ][ John Candy ][ Clint Howard ]
Going Berserk (1983)
[ John Candy ][ Kurtwood Smith ][ Ernie Hudson ][ Paul Dooley ][ Pat Hingle ]
Vacation (1983)
[ Anthony Michael Hall ][ Michael C. Hall ][ Chevy Chase ][ John Candy ][ Randy Quaid ]
MacArthur Park (1981)
Heavy Metal (1981)
[ John Candy ][ Ivan Reitman ][ John Vernon ][ Joe Flaherty ]
Nothing Personal (1980)
[ Donald Sutherland ][ Michael Wincott ][ Dabney Coleman ][ Saul Rubinek ][ Joe Flaherty ]
Double Negative (1980)
[ John Candy ][ Michael Ironside ][ Anthony Perkins ][ Dave Thomas ][ Joe Flaherty ]
Running (1979)
[ Michael Douglas ][ Giancarlo Esposito ]
Half-Way Home (1975)
Cannibal Girls (1973)
[ Ivan Reitman ]
Foxy Lady (1971)
[ Ivan Reitman ]


  • He was part of the group Northern Lights, which sang the song "Tears Are Not Enough," which was on the "We are the World" benefit album.
  • Attended Westdale High School in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.
  • Part of the original, groundbreaking cast of "Second City TV" (1976)--otherwise known as SCTV. The Canadian TV Series was an comedic smash hit in the early 1980s and started the careers of Martin Short, Andrea Martin, Catherine O'Hara, and the late John Candy just to name a few. He played many roles but was probably best known as earnest but dimwitted Melonville news broadcaster Earl Camembert and schlock Las Vegas lounge comic Bobby Bittman.
  • Was listed as a potential nominee on the 2005 Razzie Award nominating ballot. He was listed as a suggestion in the Worst Supporting Actor category for his performance in the film New York Minute (2004/I). However, he failed to receive a nomination. The very next year, though, he got a Worst Supporting Actor Razzie Nomination for his roles in Cheaper by the Dozen 2 (2005) and The Man (2005).
  • Read for the part of Toby Ziegler on "The West Wing" (1999), but Richard Schiff eventually got the roll. According to producers, Levy came very close to getting the role, but they decided to cast Schiff for the part instead.
  • Has worked with actor Steve Martin on four different films--Father of the Bride (1991), Father of the Bride Part II (1995), Bringing Down the House (2003) and Cheaper by the Dozen 2 (2005).
  • Was supposed to host "Saturday Night Live" with John Candy back in 1985 (he, Candy and Billy Crystal did a promo for it on SNL the week before it was supposed to have been aired), but that episode never happened, due to a writer's strike shortly after the promo was aired.
  • He is the only actor to be in all four American Pie Movies.

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