The Subtle Way Dan Levy's GLAAD Awards Look Pays Tribute to His Schitt's Creek Family

Published Apr 09 2021 at 2:59 AM GMT
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  • Dan Levy may have subtly honored his Schitt's Creek family at Thursday night's GLAAD Media Awards, and we're loving the sweet connection.
  • The co-creator attended the virtual ceremony on April 8 to accept the outstanding comedy series award on behalf of the cast, while wearing a bold button-down shirt covered in what looks to be roses, possibly referencing his TV family.
  • "When we set out to make Schitt's Creek, we simply wanted to tell funny and hopefully meaningful stories about personal growth, love, empowerment, and b'b' crows," the 37-year-old actor said in his acceptance speech.
  • "So we created a town where everyone was not only respected, but they were also supported without question by their neighbors.
  • We had no idea how much that town would become a safe space for our viewers as well.




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  • Published Apr 9, 2021 2:59 AM GMT