You might know him as Patrick from Emmy-garlanded comedy Schitt's Creek, but Canadian actor Noah Reid is also a singer and he’s just released his latest single, Honesty.
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Reid’s song-writing style has been compared to Bruce Springsteen and David Gray and his new track is a folk-rock love song from his second album Gemini, which was released last May.
Reid joined the cast of Schitt’s Creek in season three and became a series regular in season four, playing the son-in-law of Danny (Eugene Levy) and Moira (Catherine O’Hara) Rose.
The show, a kind of Beverly Hillbillies in reverse, broke the record for the most amount of Emmy awards won in a single year by a comedy series last month, bagging seven gongs at the prestigious TV award ceremony.
The series follows the trials and tribulations of a now-bankrupt couple who once bought their only remaining asset, the small town of Schitt’s Creek, as a gag. First aired on CBC TV in Canada in 2015, it became a runaway success when it was added to streaming platform Netflix.
Reid has twice been No. 1 of the iTunes US singer-songwriter charts and has been featured on four Billboard, as well as being nominated for a Canadian Screen Award for Best Original Song for his work in the feature film People Hold On in 2016.
He was unable to complete a North American tour earlier this year due to Covid-19, but he did marry Canadian actress Clare Stone in July this year. The pair were engaged since December 2018. He also plays to play dates in Ireland next year.