Canada has amazing representation in the entertainment industry and there are so many celebs that you'd never guess are Canadian. There are also tons that come from small towns across the country too. It's pretty typical for entertainers who make it big is to pack up and move to Los Angeles which houses most of Hollywood's stars. But not everyone follows that rule, and these are seven Canadian celebrities who still live in their hometown city.
McAdams keeps her personal life very private, and you won't find her on any social media accounts. But we do know that the Mean Girls star, who was born in London, Ontario, now lives nearby in Toronto while raising her son with boyfriend, Jamie Linden.
The singer-songwriter was born in Burnaby, B.C. and still lives in there with his wife and three kids. Vancouver Sun reported last year that Bublé had a 27,000 square foot mansion built "across from his childhood elementary school."
The One Dance singer has a 35,000 square foot mansion in Bridle Path in his hometown of Toronto that took three years to build. Features include a giant pool, piano room, elevator, and a gym. He recently hosted his son Adonis' second birthday at the mansion, too.
The Schitt's Creek star was born in Toronto to his mother, Deborah Divine and famous father, Eugene Levy. Filming for the hit CBC show takes place at a motel in Orangeville, Ontario, but the series is coming to an end next year. Levy splits his time between Toronto and Los Angeles.
The Niagara Falls-born DJ still lives very close to his hometown in a mansion located in Campbellville, Ontario, with his wife, Kelly Fedoni.
Though he's currently on a world tour right now, the Pickering born singer recently bought his own home in Toronto. He'll likely be back relaxing in it for the holidays when his tour ends on December 21.