Schitt’s Creek actor Sarah Levy is all set to depict love in the times of corona in her new film.
Sarah Levy has secured a role in ‘Distancing Socially‘, a COVID-inspired film about relationships and the challenges of virtual communication during the lockdown.
Director Chris Blake, who also wrote the screenplay, is shooting in New York, Los Angeles and Vancouver using remote technology.
Moreover, Levy has earned much fame through the Emmy Award-winning series Schitt’s Creek that was created by her brother, Daniel and father, Eugene.
Currently, on the work front, Levy is filming the drama, The Surrealtor, which encircles a real estate agent responsible for handling haunted house. Tim Rozon, her costar from Schitt’s Creek is also part of the show.
The 10-episode series began production on Sept. 23 in Canada. The actress posted a photo on Instagram of her and Rozon wearing masks on set. She wrote in the post: “Day 1, Different show, same faces.”
Schitt’s Creek swept the Emmys last month, winning nine trophies, including outstanding comedy series and acting honours for Eugene Levy, Catherine O’Hara, Dan Levy and Annie Murphy.