• Deborah Divine Levy was born in Canada in the ‘40s, holds Canadian nationality, and is a production manager and film producer.
• She attended an unnamed university and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in the mid-‘60s.
• She met and married Eugene Levy in 1977 and they are parents to two children, Dan and Sarah.
• She is a film fan, a music enthusiast, and a traveler.
• Eugene Levy is a famous Canadian actor, best known for his role in the “American Pie” films, and is a philanthropist.
Who is Eugene Levy’s wife? Deborah Divine Wiki Bio
Deborah Levy was born in Canada in the ‘40s – she hasn’t disclosed her exact date of birth, but holds Canadian nationality. She is a production manager and a film producer, who attracted notice after she married Eugene Levy, a famous Canadian actor and film director.
Early life and education
Deborah was raised in Canada by her parents – her mother was Patricia Divine, a famous singer named who sang in The Royal Conservatory, gaining recognition after she sang sometime in the ‘80s at the birthday celebration to honor the matriarch – for Patricia’s 80th birthday, Deborah put her name on a seat in Koerner Hallin.
Father-son duo of "Schitt's Creek," Eugene and Dan Levy, celebrated their success on the red carpet, one in a navy tuxedo and the other in a brown double-breasted tux.
Deborah attended a high school in Canada, and then enrolled into an unnamed university, graduating with a bachelor’s degree in the mid-‘60s.
Career as an actress and a TV personality
Deborah is a production manager and a film producer, who has worked on movies and TV series such as “Higgin Boys and Gruber” in 1990, “The Edge of Night” in 1996, and “Another World” among others – she also wrote the screenplay for the “Maniac Mansion” TV series in 1990.
Love life and marriage with Eugene Levy
Deborah and Eugene met and began dating in 1973 – they married four years later on 12 June 1977 at a big ceremony attended by more than 300 people. They are parents to two children – Deborah gave birth to their son Dan Levy on 19 March 1981, and five years later to daughter Sarah Levy on 10 September 1986.
Dan has become an actor and a film producer – he has been nominated for many awards such as the Canadian Screen Award in 2016 for best comedy series, and best writing in a comedy program for series with “Schitt’s Creek”.
Sarah has also become an actress and a comedian, and is known for appearing in films such as “Cheaper By The Dozen 2” in 2005, and “Working the Engels” in 2014 among the others.
Likes and other interests
Deborah has been interested in music since she was a young girl, as she was both inspired and motivated by her mother who wanted her to become a singer as well – Deborah’s favorite genres are jazz and blues, and performers Louis Armstrong and Ella Fitzgerald.
She is a film fan, and usually accompanies her husband Eugene to the premieres of his movies – her favorite actor and actress are Tom Hanks and Julia Roberts, and movies such as “Sleepless in Seattle” and “Pretty Woman”. Deborah has been a traveler since she was a teenager, and has been all around the world with her husband Eugene to attend events he was invited to, while they’ve also spent their holidays in Italy, France, and several other countries.
Appearance and net worth
Deborah is around 73 years old. She has long brown and blonde hair, brown eyes, is 5ft 6ins (1.67m) tall, and weighs around 130lbs (59kgs) – her net worth is over $1 million, while her husband Eugene’s net worth is over $18 million, as of late 2019.
Who is Eugene Levy, Deborah’s husband?
Eugene Levy was born in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada on 17 December 1946 – his zodiac sign is Sagittarius and he holds Canadian nationality. He is an actor best known for portraying Noah Levenstein in all eight “American Pie” films.
He was born into a Jewish family to a mother who was a housewife, and father who was a foreman at an automobile plant – he attended Westdale Secondary School, and after matriculation enrolled at McMaster University. While at the university, he was the vice-president of the McMaster Film Board where he met Ivan Reitman, a moviemaker, who sparked his interest in films even further.
One of his first notable appearances was in “The Second City, Toronto” when he impersonated Earl Camembert who was a news anchor at the SCTV News – then many other people who have appeared on SCTV, such as Ricardo Montalban, Sean Connery and Henry Kissinger.
Some of the first movies he has appeared in were “Foxy Lady” in 1971, and “Cannibal Girls” in 1973. He went on to play Richie Rosenberg in “Running” in 1979, and Marty in “Nothing Personal” in 1980. He appeared in numerous movies during the next 20 years, such as “Armed and Dangerous” in 1986, “Once Upon a Crime” in 1992, and “Waiting for Guffman” in 1996 before he began portraying Noah Levenstein, in the first “American Pie” movie in 1999.
— Eugene Levy (@Realeugenelevy) June 1, 2012
He repeated his role in the movie’s sequel in 2001 and in the same year played a Bloomingdales salesman in “Serendipity” – in 2003, he starred alongside Jim Carrey in the “Dumb & Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd” comedy film. He subsequently appeared in all six further “American Pie” movies, and in many other movies such as “Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian” shot in 2009, “Madea’s Witness Protection” in 2012, and “Finding Dory” (2016).
Although Euegene has mostly been focused on making movies, he has also appeared in many TV series – his debut TV series appearance was in “King of Kensington” in 1975.
He played several roles in the “Stay Tuned” TV series between 1976 and 1984, and portrayed Morty Arnold in “Billy Crystal: Don’t Get Me Started” in 1986. He was praised for playing Doc Ellis in “Maniac Mansion” in 1993 and went on to appear in the “Mad About You” TV series in 1998, and “Dilbert” in 2000. Some of the other TV series he has appeared in during the present decade include “I, Martin Short, Goes Home” in 2012, and “Working the Engels” in 2014.
Eugene is a philanthropist who has donated large amounts of money to charity – he has also donated significant amounts to organizations which have the goal of raising awareness about autism, and which are working on its treatment.