While Schitt's Creek may be where people in 2019 know Eugene Levy from best, the Canadian actor has a whole other list of credentials that are just waiting to make audiences laugh. Luckily for Canadians, Eugene Levy movies on Netflix Canada are available with just the click of a button. Watching Levy's expressive eyebrows act has never been easier!\nWhether you're looking for some adult humour in American Pie, some classic Tyler Perry hijinks, or even animated children's films, the Canadian actor's comedic style is ready to entertain any Netflix user.\nSo if you've been missing Schitt's Creek over the hiatus and need a little more humour from the Levy family before the shows season 6 premiere, check out these five films on Netflix Canada.\nMadea's Witness Protection\nRating: 4.9/10 on IMDb\nLevy got his chance to star in one of Tyler Perry's infamous Madea films back in 2012.\nMadea's Witness Protection follows an investor who is relocated with his family to the southern states where his aunt Madea lives.\nAmerican Pie Presents: The Naked Mile\nRating: 5.1/10 on IMDb\nAmerican Pie showcases Levy's humour perfectly.\nThe film follows Erik Stifler who's worried he'll graduate high school a virgin. His cousins convince him and two friends to participate in a naked campus run that he hopes will rectify the situation.\nAmerican Pie Presents: Beta House\nRating: 5.3/10 on IMDb\nThe next film in the American Pie installment also features Levy.\nErik Stifler, now in college, decides to become a part of a fraternity house but is thrown into a war after a group of nerds take over the Beta House.\nGoon\nRating: 6.8/10 on IMDb\nGoon, besides featuring Levy, also stars fellows Canadian Jay Baruchel.\nit follows a bouncer who is shunned from his "put together" family and sets out to prove them wrong by leading a group of outcasts to pro-hockey victory.\nOver The Hedge\nRating: 6.7/10 on IMDb\nWhile this last film is animated, meaning you can't exactly enjoy Levy's phenomenal eyebrows, you can enjoy his humour even in a children's film.\nOver The Hedge follows a raccoon who promises a family of porcupines that he'll climb over the barrier between the forest and a suburban neighbourhood in order to repay them the debt he owes in food.\nLevy plays the father porcupine Lou.\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.