Her character on Schitt's Creek has a somewhat rocky dating life and ended season five about to embark to Galapagos for six months with her boyfriend Ted. Though she's just trying to navigate life in the tiny and rundown town she now calls home, the Canadian actress is actually married in real life. You might be asking who is Annie Murphy's husband? He's in the entertainment industry as well.\nHere are eight facts about Menno Versteeg.\nHe's From Ottawa Just Like His Wife\nView this post on Instagram Safety first. @annefrances A post shared by Menno Versteeg (@mennovers) on Jul 29, 2014 at 6:56pm PDT\nVersteeg was born in Ottawa on January 7, 1980, and will celebrate his 40th birthday in a few days. Murphy was born in the same city in December 1986. The two got married in 2011.\nHe Was In A Canadian Rock Band\nView this post on Instagram We have a super weird video coming out next week directed by @cowboydrugs! But in the mean time tix for our fall tour are getting low in a bunch of cities. If you wanna see our last ever show in your city before we retire and hit the professional bingo circuit, hit that ol link in bio. 🏌️♂️🎟🏌️♂️🎟🏌️♂️🎟🏌️♂️🎟🏌️♂️🎟🏌️♂️🎟🏌️♂️🎟🏌️♂️🎟🏌️♂️🎟🏌️♂️ A post shared by Hollerado (@hollerado) on Jul 4, 2019 at 6:04am PDT\nThe band called Hollerado was created in 2007 and he played lead vocals and guitar. His bandmates, who all come from Ottawa as well, were Dean Baxter, Jake Boyd, and Nixon Boyd. The Globe and Mail called them "a Canadian alternative to Weezer." In February 2019, they announced they were splitting up and played their final shows in December.\nHe Has Lived In Three Cities In Canada\nView this post on Instagram It's fun being tourists in the city we grew up in. A post shared by Menno Versteeg (@mennovers) on Mar 22, 2014 at 9:43am PDT\nAlso according to The Globe and Mail, the band that was formed in Ottawa eventually moved to Montreal and then Toronto at the beginning of their career.\nHe Loved Playing Cover Songs While On Tour\nView this post on Instagram TOUR DATES BELOW. GET YOUR TIX, THEY'RE MOVING FAST! TIX LINK IN BIO! May 10 - Kingston - The Ale house May 11 - Montreal - La Sala Rossa May 12 - Ottawa - Bronson Centre May 25 - Waterloo - Starlight May 26 - St Catherines - Warehouse May 27 - Hamilton - Mills Hardware SOLD OUT May 29 - Sudbury - Townhouse May 30 - Sault St. Marie - Loplop's May 31 - Thunder Bay - Crock's June 1 - Winnipeg - Park Theater June 2 - Saskatoon - Amigo's June 3 - Edmonton - Starlite Room June 4 - Red Deer - Beau's Bar June 7 - Kelowna - Habitat June 8 - Nanaimo - The Queens June 9 - Victoria - Sugar June 10 - Vancouver - Commodore Ballroom June 12 - Whistler - Garibaldi Lift Co. June 13 - Kamloops - The Blue Grotto June 14 - Rossland - The Flying Steamshovel June 15 - Calgary - The Marquee June 17 - Regina - Exchange A post shared by Hollerado (@hollerado) on May 4, 2017 at 4:36pm PDT\nA YouTube interview by Alicia Atout - AMBY Interviews in 2012 brought up the question of his favourite songs to play while on tour. He told the interviewer, "Songs that aren't ours. We get sick of our own songs so we just play covers and that's always fun if we just play something we've never played before." He continued saying that his favourite cover to play changes every day.\nHe's An Avid Twitter User\nView this post on Instagram Meet Enzo my new buddy A post shared by Menno Versteeg (@mennovers) on May 3, 2013 at 5:03pm PDT\nIn an interview with Juno TV, the Canadian said that he checks Twitter often in order to communicate with his fans. He said, "on a show day like today we gave away a whole bunch of tickets on Twitter so it's kind of big job because you gotta write them back but I enjoy doing it." His most recent tweet was on New Year's Eve.\nTook me all year, and it really came down to the wire, but I finally made good on my 2019 resolution to come up with an anti-circumcision slogan. “Ignorance is briss”.— menno versteeg (@mennovers) January 1, 2020\nHe Has A Tattoo That Says "Amigos"\nView this post on Instagram Last time we played Amigos in Saskatoon, @mennovers got a tattoo to commemorate the last time we would ever play Amigos. Well, it turns out that we got booked at Amigos one more time. This is our ACTUAL last show ever at @amigossk and the tattoo has been adjusted accordingly. Show starts at 9:30 with @thelittlejuniors A post shared by Hollerado (@hollerado) on Oct 19, 2019 at 4:36pm PDT\nThe band's Instagram posted a photo showing a tattoo that he originally got in February 2018 and updated in October 2019. They explained it with the caption, "Last time we played Amigos in Saskatoon, @mennovers got a tattoo to commemorate the last time we would ever play Amigos. Well, it turns out that we got booked at Amigos one more time. This is our ACTUAL last show ever at @amigossk and the tattoo has been adjusted accordingly."\nHe & Murphy Lost Their Apartment In A Fire\nView this post on Instagram Redecorating has taken a turn for the tragic. @annefrances A post shared by Menno Versteeg (@mennovers) on May 8, 2013 at 4:39pm PDT\nNot the most uplifting fact, but right before her audition for Schitt's Creek, the couple's apartment burned down while they were away at Murphy's parents' cottage. They both lost all of their possessions and her new role as Alexis helped her get back on her feet.\nHe Met Ian McKellen\nView this post on Instagram Sir Ian, Sir Ian, Sir Ian, Sir Ian, Sir Ian, "Cheese!" , Sir Ian, Sir Ian, Sir Ian, Sir Ian A post shared by Menno Versteeg (@mennovers) on Apr 14, 2013 at 11:06am PDT\nIn an Instagram photo from April 2013, Versteeg posted a black and white photo beside the English actor with the caption, "Sir Ian, Sir Ian, Sir Ian, Sir Ian, Sir Ian, "Cheese!" , Sir Ian, Sir Ian, Sir Ian, Sir Ian."\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.