Peter Levin

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Peter Levin
Born United States
Occupation Film director, television director, theatre director
Years active 1967–present

Peter Levin is an American director of film, television and theatre.

Career[edit]

Since 1967, Levin has amassed a large number of credits directing episodic television and television films. Some of his television series credits include Love Is a Many Splendored Thing, James at 15, The Paper Chase, Family, Starsky & Hutch, Lou Grant, Fame, Cagney & Lacey, Law & Order and Judging Amy.[1]

Some of his television film credits include Rape and Marriage: The Rideout Case (1980), A Reason to Live (1985), Popeye Doyle (1986), A Killer Among Us (1990), Queen Sized (2008) and among other films.[1]

Prior to becoming a director, Levin worked as an actor in several Broadway productions. He trained at the Carnegie Mellon University. Eventually becoming a theatre director, he directed productions at the Long Wharf Theatre and the Pacific Resident Theatre Company. He also co-founded the off-off-Broadway Loft Theatre and was also an associate artist of The Interact Theatre Company.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Peter Levin Biography ((?)-) Film Reference
  2. ^ Peter Levin biography at Movies on TNT

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