Lloyd Levin

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Lloyd A. Levin (born 1958) is an American film producer.


Early life[edit]

Levin is a native of Paramus, New Jersey, where he attended Paramus High School and graduated in 1976.[1] He is the brother of Dr. Steven J. Levin, professor at the Robert Wood Johnson Medical School of the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey and medical director of St. John's Health Center in New Brunswick, New Jersey. Dr. Levin was named 2007 Family Physician of the Year by the American Academy of Family Physicians.[2]

Producing career[edit]

He won the Online Film Critics Society Award for Best Picture for his work on United 93. He was also nominated for a BAFTA for the same film. He received a nomination for a Golden Satellite Award for the film Boogie Nights. Levin will produce the film adaption of Warren Fahy's bestselling novel Fragment.[3]



  1. ^ Beckerman, Jim. "Hollywood weighs in on 9/11", The Record, April 23, 2006. Accessed May 26, 2010. "... you're particularly sensitive and you're out for an evening of fun and the trailer catches you unaware it could be upsetting says Levin a Paramus native ..."
  2. ^ "Committed to the health of those most in need". The Star-Ledger. October 12, 2006. 
  3. ^ Fragment Promises Jurassic Terrors! Reality TV Gone Awry!

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