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You Can Spot These Familiar Canadian Faces In Netflix's New Show ‘Ginny & Georgia’

They appear in Schitt's Creek & Degrassi. 📺

After binging season one of Netflix's Ginny & Georgia, you might have recognized a lot of familiar faces. Not only was it filmed in Ontario, but it has a long list of Canadian actors too.

Several of the stars might give you flashbacks to Degrassi. But you'll also spot actors from Canadian sitcom Kim's Convenience and the award-winning comedy Schitt's Creek.

Perhaps the most surprising is seeing The Boys Black Noir ditch his mask to play Ginny's dad Zion.

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Jennifer Robertson (Ellen)

Instagram: @frennifer

Why You Should Know Them: Born in Vancouver, fans of Schitt's Creek will recognize her as Jocelyn.

Sara Waisglass (Maxine)

Instagram: @sarawais

Why You Should Know Them: The Toronto native also starred as Frankie in Degrassi: The Next Generation, Don't Look Back and Next Class.

Nikki Roumel (Teen Georgia)

Instagram: @nikkiroumel

Why You Should Know Them: In addition to her role as the teenage version of Georgia, Nikki also appeared in Designated Survivor.

Nathan Mitchell (Zion)

Instagram: @itsnatemitchell

Why You Should Know Them: Nathan plays Black Noir in The Boys and has had cameos in Supernatural, Timeless, The Tomorrow People and Arrow.

Sabrina Grdevich (Cynthia)

Instagram: @sabrinagrdevich

Why You Should Know Them: Originally from Brampton, she also stars as Ms. Murray in Kim's Convenience.

Chelsea Clark (Norah)

Instagram: @chelsseaclark

Why You Should Know Them: Degrassi fans are sure to recognize her as Esme.

Raymond Ablack (Joe)

Instagram: @raymondablack

Why You Should Know Them: Before playing the owner of the Blue Farm Cafe, Raymond had a role in Shadowhunters: The Mortal Instruments, Narcos, Degrassi: Next Class and Orphan Black.

Alisen Down (Bev)

Instagram: @thealisendown

Why You Should Know Them: She has had a role in popular hit shows like Star Trek: Discovery, Supernatural, Battlestar Galactica and Smallville.

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