Dan Levy in August 2005.
|Birth name||Daniel Levy|
March 19, 1981 |
|Spouse||Rachel Specter (m. 2010)|
Levy was born on March 19, 1981 to Linda and Elliott L. Levy. He graduated from Emerson College in Boston.
In 1993, Levy was a member of the "Half Pint Players", a teen-age improvisation group in Stamford, Connecticut. While a student at Emerson College in Boston, Massachusetts, Levy won the title of Funniest College Comedian in America at the HBO US Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen, CO.
Levy filmed the IHaveToGoInAMinuteShow, a daily comedy show produced by CollegeHumor and directed by Todd Strauss-Schulson. Levy produced, wrote, and starred in My Long Distance Relationship, a 10-part web series for Crackle. In April 2013, Levy collaborated with Jensen Karp to create Baby Talk, a live comedy show where 3 to 4 comedians ask for parenting advice from children between the ages of 5 and 10 years old. The show is held at NerdMelt Showroom in Los Angeles.
Levy is married to writer and actress Rachel Specter. They welcomed a son, Abe, in May 2013, and daughter, Romy, in 2015. Levy is close friends with stand-up comedian John Mulaney, and officiated his wedding in 2014.
|2005||Starved for Attention||Frederick|
|2005||Hope Rocks: The Concert with a Cause||Himself|
|2007||Cash Cow||Unicom's Evil Corporate Shill and Anchorman|
|2007||My Sexiest Year||Mark|
|2008||Spring Break 2008: Pretty Smart|
|2008||Below the Law||Dave||Producer
|2009||My Long Distance Relationship||Sam||Executive producer
|2009||Blimp Prom||Danny Goodyear||Writer|
|2010||Naked But Funny|
|2010||Axe: Dirtcathlon||DJ Croozeship|
|2010||A Night of 140 Tweets: A Celebrity Tweet-A-Thon for Haiti||Himself|
|2011||Mardi Gras: Spring Break||Frat House MC|
|2012||Roast of Parks Bonifay||Himself|
|2002||The Andy Dick Show||Nick|
|2002||The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn||Himself||Guest comedian|
|2004||Your Face or Mine?||Himself||Host|
|2005||Almost Funny||Himself||Series pilot
|2005||The Reality Show||Himself|
|2007||The Suite Life of Zack & Cody||Jerry Barns|
|2008–2009||My Long Distance Relationship||Sam||Executive producer
|2009||NESN Comedy All-Stars||Himself||Producer|
|2009||Comedy Central Presents||Himself||Writer|
|2009||Casting Call: Spring Break '83||Himself||Host|
|2009–2013||Chelsea Lately||Himself||Round Table guest|
|2010||Laugh Track Mash-ups||Dan||Producer
|2010||Pretty Wild||Executive Producer
|2011||Enlightened||Seth / Sandy|
|2011||The X Factor Digital Experience||Himself||Host|
|2011||13th Annual Young Hollywood Awards||Himself||Won – Comedian of the Year Award|
|2012||The Office||Trivia moderator|
|2012–2013||Love You, Mean It with Whitney Cummings||Himself|
- Running out of Minutes (2013)
- Congrats On Your Success (2011)
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- Elist, Jasmine (2013-09-25). "In 'Baby Talk,' comedians get parenting tips from kids". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 26 September 2013.