Sarah Levy is a Canadian actor born on September 10, 1986 in Toronto, Ontario. Levy is the daughter of actor Eugene Levy and producer Deborah Devine; her brother, Dan, is also an actor. She attended the independent girls' school Branksome Hall, then studied theatre at Dalhousie University. Levy made her acting and television debut on a 2011 episode of the follow up to TV movie "XIII: The Conspiracy" (2008), "XIII: The Series" (Canal+, 2011-12). The same year, she made her film debut with a small part in the Tom Hanks-led "Larry Crowne" (2011). Levy's best-known role, however, came about in 2015, when she joined the main cast of "Schitt's Creek" (CBC, 2015-19) as Twyla Sands; she acted opposite her father and brother throughout its run.