‘Schitt’s Creek’: Catherine O’Hara Has a Plan to Keep Moira Rose Alive Forever

Everybody loves Catherine O’Hara. To mention her name in mixed company is to hear a chorus of coos. “She’s the besssst,” they hiss, with abject envy. The Emmy-winner is so great that despite being a full-fledged Canadian, the U.S. has claimed her as an national treasure based wholly on the principle of Manifest Destiny.

Despite being beloved, the star of Pop TV’s “Schitt’s Creek” is as unassuming as she’s been throughout her entire comedy career. With her roots in The Second City in Toronto and as a founding member of sketch comedy show “Sctv,” the actress comes by her comedic bona fides honestly, and in the process found herself forming a lifelong creative bond with “Schitt’s Creek” co-creator and co-star Eugene Levy.

The pair play Moira and Johnny Rose, whose public fall from grace forces them to move to a small town with
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