Schitt’s Creek actor Dan Levy has been cast as a tutor in season four of the hit Netflix dramady Sex Education
Dan Levy has joined the cast of Sex Education.
The Canadian actor, 39, is among several new cast members that have been added to the British dramady about a teen who sets up an underground sex therapy clinic at his school.
He will star as Thomas, a cult author and the tutor of Emma Mackey’s Maeve, who is studying at an Ivy League college in the US.
Sex Education: Dan Levy, 39, has joined season four of the hit Netflix dramady Sex Education, currently shooting in Wales
This is the Schitt’s Creek actors first live action project since 2020.
Others joining the critically acclaimed Netflix show are Doctor Who’s Thaddea Graham, and Kamikaze’s Marie Reuther as well as newcomers, Felix Mufti, Anthony Lexa, Alexandra James and Imani Yahshua.
The cast is currently shooting season four in Wales.
Tutor: The four-time Emmy winner will play Thomas, a cult author and tutor to Emma Mackey’s Maeve who is stuyding at an Ivy League college in the US
Gillian Anderson will return to her role as sex therapist and single mom Jean, mother to Asa Butterfield’s Otis, who sets up the clandestine clinic.
Netflix has revealed that in season four, the cast will be attending a new school, Cavendish Sixth Form College.
In addition to getting an education, they will be in a culture that has daily yoga in the communal garden, a strong sustainability vibe and a group of kids who are popular for being kind.’
Deal: The Canadian actor has signed a film and TV deal with Netflix which allows him to star in, write, direct and produce a romantic comedy feature film/ Pictured LA March 2022
Dan signed a film and TV deal with Netflix nearly a year ago, which allows the four-time Emmy winner to star in, write, direct and produce a romantic comedy feature film.
The deal took effect in July, and that’s when the actor and producer opened his own production company, called Not a Real Production Company, with publicist Meghan Zehmer.
The Happiest Season actor released a statement explaining the goals for his new endeavor. ‘At the end of the day, my goal for this company is to continue to produce and create elevated projects across all mediums, genres, and formats that resonate with people in meaningful ways. And I am thrilled to say that our current slate of projects surpasses all our expectations.’
New company: The Happiest Season actor opened his own production company, called Not a Real Production Company, in July/Pictured New York December 2021
Originally posted 2022-08-19 18:47:40.