Dan Levy Breaks Down the ‘Very Different’ Philosophies His Family Has on Brows

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Dan and Eugene Levy may have made some father-son magic in Schitt’s Creek, but that doesn’t mean they see eye-to-eye on how to groom their brows.

“They’re turning gray now, which is a very sobering experience for me,” shared the younger Levy—who’s currently getting rave reviews for Netflix’s ‘Good Grief’—with this week’s WSJ. Magazine’s My Monday Morning.

“I trim them,” admitted the one-and-only David Rose. “My dad and I have very different philosophies on brows. He likes his very unbridled, which works for him because he has a much larger head than I do. But when you have a small head and very large brows, you need to kind of trim them back.”

The Canadian-born actor-writer also said that, on the aesthetic front, he has a “very elastic face,” yet is not super ecstatic about the wellness-fitness scene in Los Angeles, where he now lives.

“I know that there are people who get up at 5 a.m. and do a cold plunge. God bless those people. I get up around nine o’clock if I’m lucky…I hate exercise. I’ll probably get up and go for a hike because that’s my favorite kind of exercise. A lot of really great ideas come from hiking, from clearing your mind and just doing an activity.”

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