7.7: King of the Great White Way, the White Sands Hotel is host to a formidable, yet disruptive, husband and wife team from Broadway.
Avonlea’s people are not used to such flamboyance, and Hetty King certainly disapproves. Rudy and Betty Blaine find creative and technological potential among Avonlea’s residents. Most importantly, the Blaine’s help the King family realize that it is possible to pursue one’s dreams.
Appears in 7.7: King of the Great White Way.
Eugene Levy is an iconic Canadian actor, writer, and creative force. Born in Hamilton, Ontario, Levy began acting in Canada as part of Toronto’s Second City Comedy group, and the comedy show SCTV, with Martin Short, Andrea Martin, Catherine O’Hara and the late John Candy.
Levy has appeared in television series such as Ray Bradbury Theatre, Camp Candy, Drew Carey Show, Hiller & Diller, and several TV movies. Levy’s film credits include Father of the Bride, Taking Woodstock, Night at the Museum, Cheaper by the Dozen 2, Bringing Down the House, and all eight films from the hugely successful American Pie franchise. His creative work is not limited to acting, however; Levy has done acclaimed voiceover work in films such as Over the Hedge and Astro Boy. He has also worked with partner Christopher Guest to co-write and co-star in the films Best in Show, Waiting for Guffman, For Your Consideration, and A Mighty Wind – work which earned him Grammy and New York Film Critics Circle awards, and a Golden Globe Nomination.
Levy was nominated to the Order of Canada in 2011. He is married and has two children—his son Daniel Levy is a television host and journalist, working at MTV Canada and in Los Angeles.
Appears in [[7.6 King of the Great White Way]].