Dan Levy — the co-creator and star of Schitt’s Creek — is being honored with the Human Rights Campaign’s HRC Visibility Award. The showrunner, writer, actor, director, and producer will receive the honor at the 2020 HRC Los Angeles Dinner on March 28. Tickets and further information are available here.

Levy plays David Rose, one of the first openly pansexual characters on television. Schitt’s Creek was co-created with his father, Eugene Levy, and has earned four Emmy nominations, including Best Comedy Series,  Levy has also earned a nomination for Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy from the Critics’ Choice Awards, and is currently airing it’s sixth and final season.

The HRC is the nation’s largest lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer civil rights organization. Levy is being honored alongside award-winning singer, songwriter, producer, performer, actor, and activist Janelle Monáe, who is receiving the HRC Equality Award. 

Schitt’s Creek star Dan Levy to receive Human Rights Campaign’s Visibility Award

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