Welcome to Iconic COH, your online resource dedicated to canadian actress Catherine O'Hara. You better remember her as Kevin's mother in Home Alone. But she also did others like Frankenweenie, Penelope, Monster House, A Nightmare Before Christimas and currently on with Schitt's Creek. Site is comprehensive of a big photogallery with events, photoshoots, magazines, stills, an extensive press library to collect all the articles and interviews on her and a video gallery section for recorded interviews, sneak peeks and trailers of her projects. We claim no rights to know her personally and it's absolutely respectful of her privacy and paparazzi-free!!!
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Iconic Catherine O'Hara
Nov 30, 2018 • 0 Appearances

Catherine O’Hara OC, that’s the new designation for one of Canada’s most enduring funny ladies.

She received the initials, and her medal, and the little pin many proud Canadians wear, after being invested into the Order of Canada.

“A cultural trailblazer”

The honour, which recognizes outstanding achievement, dedication to the community and service to the nation, was created in Canada’s centennial year, 1967.

O’Hara is still known and loved for all her wacky and wonderful characters on the much-loved SCTV, television series.

But most recently she’s been entertaining us with her hilarious portrayal of  “Moira” on Schitt’s Creek, the TV series Eugene Levy created and stars in with his son Dan.

Eugene Levy is also an SCTV alumnus, and a man with whom O’Hara has shared many top billings in over 40 years of often working together.

The two starred in the 1996 movie, Waiting for Guffman, and then in 2000, Best in Show.

Described as “a cultural trailblazer” during the ceremony at Rideau Hall today, O’Hara was invested along with 41 other remarkable Canadians.

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Visit Schitt’s Creek instagram for a short video of the event.


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Nov 28, 2018 • 0 Appearances

The gallery has been updated with HQ photos of Catherine, and the cast of Schitt’s Creek, at Vulture Festival Los Angeles. Enjoy!




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Aug 16, 2018 • 0 30 Rock-Screencaptures-Television

The gallery has been updated with 120 HD screencaptures from 30 Rock, in which Catherine played the role of Pearline. Take a look and enjoy!

Jack finds himself torn between business and politics while Liz discovers a new way to spice up her love life with boyfriend, Criss.




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The gallery has been updated with HD screencaptures of the small part of Catherine as Justice Strauss in A Series of Unfortunate Events movie.




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Jul 23, 2018 • 0 Interviews-News & Articles

One Saturday early this summer, five members of the cast of the sketch-comedy show “SCTV,” Canada’s answer to “Saturday Night Live,” which aired between 1976 and 1984, assembled at the London Hotel, in midtown. They were there to meet Martin Scorsese, who is making a documentary about “SCTV” for Netflix. The plan was for an on-camera conversation, to be conducted in the hotel’s penthouse suite, but when the cast arrived, at 7 p.m., Scorsese hadn’t yet shown up. They were escorted to a small sitting room, where they lounged on hotel-style furniture, drank wine, and picked at a spread of M&M’s and charcuterie.

“What are you thinkin’, honey?” Andrea Martin called over to Martin Short, who was stretched out on a sofa.

“Me?” Short said. “I can’t wait.” He rubbed his hands together impishly. “Martin Scorsese. He’s a fan.”

This was the first of two conversation scenes that Scorsese was planning to film. The second would take place five weeks later, before an audience at Toronto’s Elgin Theatre, and would be hosted by Jimmy Kimmel. Andrew Alexander, “SCTV” ’s producer and the longtime C.E.O. of the improv-comedy theatre the Second City, suggested that the cast might actually have two onstage conversations with Kimmel, so that Scorsese could gather more material.

“I think it’s a great idea,” Martin said.

“I think it’s insane,” Short said, taking a sip of white wine.

“Will we be showing the same clips?” asked Dave Thomas, who was sitting on a tall chair by a window.

Read the full article/interview in our press library.


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