Because Canadian and American entertainment culture is so similar to one another, it's easy to not realize when your favorite actor is from Canada. In fact, there are a lot of Canadians in almost every hit show out there, including popular series on Netflix. There are the obvious ones like Sandra Oh and Finn Wolfhard who pride themselves on being Canadian, but there a few that aren't so obvious. Here are some Canadian Actors on Netflix series that you probably didn't even know about.\nFinn Wolfhard\nNetflix | Youtube\nSeries: Stranger Things\nFinn Wolfhard is actually from Vancouver, British Columbia. The Stranger Things star is basically the Zac Efron of 2019, teens love him. Because his show appeals to an audience of any age he has a pretty big fanbase. Not to mention his role in the IT movies!\nAntoni Porowski\nView this post on Instagram One year later and still just as proud. A post shared by Antoni Porowski (@antoni) on Aug 19, 2019 at 3:06pm PDT\nSeries: Queer Eye\nAntoni Porowski was born in Montreal, Quebec and is known for his influence on the Netflix series Queer Eye. He works as an expert on all things food and wine on the transformation show. He's also a model and was recently featured in Taylor Swift's video for her hit "ME!"\nAnnie Murphy\nCBC Comedy | Youtube\nSeries: Schitt's Creek\nAnnie Murphy is just one of the actors on the Canadian made show Schitt's Creek. She was born in Ottawa, Ontario and still lives in Canada. Schitt's Creek on Netflix was her biggest break!\nCatherine O'Hara\nCBC Comedy | Youtube\nSeries: Schitt's Creek\nCatherine O'Hara is one of the biggest Canadian actors on this list. She was born in Toronto and is well known for her role as Kevin McCallister's mother in the Home Alone series. You can watch her on Netflix in the Canadian comedy Schitt's Creek.\nEugene & Dan Levy\nView this post on Instagram Two men. Four brows. (📸 @georgepimentel1) A post shared by Dan Levy (@instadanjlevy) on Apr 16, 2019 at 3:15pm PDT\nSeries: Schitt's Creek\nThis father-son duo produced and star in Schitt's Creek and are honestly slaying the game. Eugene Levy was born in Hamilton and his son, Dan Levy in Toronto. Eugene is also well known for his role in all eight of the American Pie movies!\nEllen Page\nView this post on Instagram Sending love ❤️ A post shared by @ ellenpage on Jun 7, 2019 at 11:46am PDT\nSeries: The Umbrella Academy\nEllen Page is also Canadian! She was born in Halifax and currently stars in Netflix's hit series The Umbrella Academy. The show is also filmed in Toronto, Canada! You can also check out all the blockbuster hits she's been in like Juno and Flatliners.\nSandra Oh\nView this post on Instagram Heading 2 Catfight premiere now! Comes out in theatres, VOD & on @iTunes 2morrow 3/3! #catfightmovie A post shared by Sandra Oh (@iamsandraohinsta) on Mar 2, 2017 at 6:54pm PST\nSeries: Grey's Anatomy\nSandra Oh has been gracing our screens for almost two decades now. She's from Ottawa and although she no longer works in Grey's Anatomy, Netflix came in clutch with the entire series being offered to stream. She's currently working on the hit BBC show Killing Eve.\nSimu Liu\nView this post on Instagram shooting a commercial for bottled water 😉 #aquafina #aguafina #awkwardfina A post shared by Simu Liu (刘思慕) (@simuliu) on Sep 2, 2019 at 12:07pm PDT\nSeries: Kim's Convenience\nSimu Liu is not only Canadian but also works on a Canadian show. He was born in China but raised in Mississauga, Ontario. His show Kim's Convenience is a huge hit. It was also recently announced that he'll be playing the role of Marvel superhero Shang-Chi.\nManny Jacinto\nView this post on Instagram 📸: @richielubaton 🙏 making this 🤓look 😎 A post shared by Manny Jacinto (@mannyjacinto) on Sep 17, 2017 at 12:43am PDT\nSeries: The Good Place\nManny Jacinto is also another comedy actor who was born in the Philipines but moved and was raised in Vancouver, British Columbia. His role on The Good Place propelled him to fame alongside Kristen Bell. The show will air its final season next month but all previous seasons are available on Netflix!