Sarah Levy net worth $4,2 Million
Sarah Levy (born September 10, 1986) is a Canadian actress best known for her role in Schitt’s Creek as Twyla Sands. The daughter of actor Eugene Levy and Deborah Divine, and the younger sister of actor Dan Levy, she also had a small role in the film Larry Crowne (2011).
Levy is the daughter of actor Eugene Levy and Deborah Divine, and the sister of actor Dan Levy. Sarah graduated from Branksome Hall and studied theatre at Dalhousie University. Her father is Jewish and her mother is Protestant; the family celebrates both Christmas and Hanukkah.
One of Levy’s earliest film roles was in Larry Crowne. She also played a minor part in Adam Shankman’s Cheaper by the Dozen 2, in which her father appeared. Her most notable role was Twyla Sands on Schitt’s Creek. In the series, which chronicled the life of a mega-wealthy family relocating to a small town after losing all their money, Sarah co-starred with her father and brother. She played a waitress at the town’s Café Tropical. According to Dan, working together with Sarah and their father brought the family closer.
Filmography[Sponsored by WikiPedia]
|2005||Cheaper by the Dozen 2||N/A||assistant to Mr. Levy|
|2011||XIII: The Series||Librarian||“Green Falls”|
|2012||The Applicant||Lola||Short Film|
|2014||Working the Engels||Irene Horowitz||“Meet Irene Horowitz”|
|2015–2020||Schitt’s Creek||Twyla Sands||series regular (62 episodes)
Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series (2020)
Nominated — Canadian Screen Award for Best Supporting Actress, Comedy (2020)
Nominated — IGN Summer Movie Award for Best TV Ensemble (2020)
|2016||Baroness Von Sketch Show||Janice||“Last Year You Weren’t 40”|
|2019||The Winner Mindset||Lisa G.||Short Film|
|2019||Best Intentions||Becky Fistick||TV Movie|
|2020||Dear Class of 2020||Twyla Sands||Direct-to-Video|
|2020||United We Fall||Kendra||“The Biter”|
|2021||All Rise||Debbie Daines||“Georgia”|
|TBA||The Surrealtor||Susan Ireland||filming|
|TBA||Patty’s Auto||Jenna||“Pilot” (announced)|