Barry W. Levy is one of the actors of A Million Little Things, portraying the role of Cal O'Connor.


Early lifeEdit

Not much is known about Levy's early life. He is a dual US/Canadian citizen, and holds a BFA degree from the Department of Theatre and Film at rhe University of British Columbia.


Levy's first movie role was in Mark Sawers Stroke (1993), which was screened at The Cannes International Film Festival. Later, he can also be heard on the Japanese cartoon series Sairento mebiusu (1998). He also worked as a radio broadcaster.

Levy's film credits include A&E's Flight 93 (2006), Scary Movie 4 (2006), Stephen King's Riding the Bullet (2004), A Very Cool Christmas (2004), The Ex (1996), The Risen (2003), and Stan Douglas' Win, Place, or Show (1998).

In 2003, Levy wrote and directed Spook. It became the first Canadian feature to ever be accepted into the Shanghai International Film Festival in 2003, but was prevented from screening. The film exposes Canada's covert involvement in the Vietnam War, and the over 40,000 Canadians who secretly served there. Spook went on to win numerous festival and grand jury awards in the USA.

Levy's TV roles include Scandal, Mad Men, Revenge, Psych, Millennium or The X Files, among others.

In 2019, Levy was cast as Cal O'Connor on A Million Little Things.

Personal lifeEdit

Levy currently lives in Los Angeles with his wife Helenna Santos.


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