James S. Levine

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This article is about the composer. For the conductor and pianist, see James Levine.

James S. Levine is a composer and member of Remote Control Productions.[1] He has won seven BMI awards and seven ASCAP awards. His credits include the films Running with Scissors, Delta Farce, and The Weather Man, and the television shows Nip/Tuck, Glee, The Closer, Rizzoli & Isles, and American Horror Story.[2] He has also provided additional music for films such as Madagascar, Pearl Harbor, and Something's Gotta Give.


Year Title Notes
2000 Die Motorrad-Cops: Hart am Limit TV series
2001 Siren Film
2001 About Barbers Short
2003 Blue Collar Comedy Tour: The Movie Documentary
2003 Jimmy Neutron's Nicktoon Blast Short
2003 The Challenge TV movie
2003 The In-Laws Film
2003–2010 Nip/Tuck TV series
2004 Blue Collar Comedy Tour Rides Again TV documentary
2005 More Sex & the Single Mom TV movie
2005 Roar: Lions of the Kalahari Documentary short
2005 The Weather Man Film; co-composer
2005–2012 The Closer TV series
2006 3 lbs. TV series
2006 Running with Scissors Film
2006 American Storage Short
2006 Ajax Short
2007 Hidden Palms TV series
2007 Delta Farce Film
2007–2012 Damages TV series
2008 Otis Film
2008–2009 Raising the Bar TV series
2009–2010 NCIS: Los Angeles TV series
2009–2012 Royal Pains TV series
2009–2015 Glee TV series
2010 Outlaw TV series
2010–2013 Rizzoli & Isles TV series
2011 Glee: The 3D Concert Movie Documentary
2011–2014 American Horror Story TV series
2012–2013 Major Crimes TV series
2012–2013 The New Normal TV series
2013 Do No Harm TV series
2013 The Blacklist TV series (3 episodes, replaced by Dave Porter
2014-Present The Last Ship TV series (Composed with James Dooley)


  1. ^ Jon, Burlingame (7 May 2014). "Remote Control Prods.: Hans Zimmer’s Music Factory as a Breeding Ground". Variety. Retrieved 10 May 2014. 
  2. ^ "Oh, the Horror: Master Session with James S. Levine". 2013 ASCAP Expo. 18 April 2013. Retrieved 10 May 2014. 

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