Levin (surname)

The surname Levin comes from the Jewish biblical tribe of Levi, whose descendants the Levites had distinctive duties in the Temple period. Variations on this surname include Levy, Levine, Levitt and many others.

A – J

* Alan Levin, an American businessmen, CFO of Pfizer, Inc.
* Alan Levin, a South African internet governor
* Alan Levin (1926-2006), an American filmmaker and journalist
* Arnold Levin, a New Yorker cartoonist
* Bernard Levin (1928–2004), British writer and broadcaster
* Bernice Levin, a Soviet Union spy in America
* Burton Levin, an American diplomat, former Ambassador to Burma
* Carl Levin (born 1934), U.S. Democratic Senator from Michigan
* Charles Leonard Levin (born 1926), a Michigan jurist
* David Levin (born 1962), a British businessman
* David Levin, American singer-songwriter
* Diane Levin, an American author and educator
* Ezra G. Levin, an American lawyer
* Fred Levin (born 1937), U.S. plaintiffs' attorney in the state of Florida
* Gerald M. Levin (born 1939), U.S. businessman with Time Warner
* Gilbert Levin, an American engineer
* Hanoch Levin (1943–1999), Israeli writer and theater director
* Harold Levin, an American violist, composer, and conductor
* Harry Levin (1912–1994), U.S. literary critic
* Harvey Levin, a TV and movie producer
* Janna Levin, a theoretical cosmologist
* Ira Levin (1929-2007), U.S. novelist, playwright and songwriter
* Jack Levin, a professor at Northeastern University
* Jennifer Levin (1978–1986), a murder victim in New York City's Central Park
* Joe Levin, an American lawyer
* Jonathan Levin (1966–1997), a public school teacher at the Bronx and a murder victim
* Joseph Levin, an American lawyer, real estate developer and politician

K – Z

* Kenneth Levin (born 1944), American psychiatrist and author
* Leonid Levin (born 1948), Russian-born computer scientist
* Lewis Charles Levin (1808–1860), first Jewish Representative to the U.S. Congress
* Marc Levin, a Jewish filmmaker
* Mark Levin (born 1957), U.S. conservative radio talk show host
* Meyer Levin (1905–1981), U.S. novelist
* Michael Levin, a professor of philosophy at the City University of New York
* Neil Levin, former Executive Director of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey
* Noel Arnold Levin (1929-1986), lawyer and labor relations expert.
* Nora Levin (1916-1989), a Holocaust historian
* Richard Charles Levin (born 1947), an American economist, president of Yale University
* Roland Levin (born 1957), a Latvian photographer
* Robert Levin (1912–1996), Norwegian pianist and composer
* Robert Levin, writer
* Rober Levin (1955-2006), Freenode IRC network founder
* Robert D. Levin (born 1947), U.S. composer and musicologist
* Sander M. Levin (born 1931), U.S. Democratic Representative from Michigan
* Simon A. Levin, theoretical ecologist, Moffett Professor of Biology at Princeton University
* Susan Bass Levin, a politician in New Jersey
* Tatyana Levina (born 1977), a Russian sprinter
* Theodore Levin (1897–1970), a U.S. federal jurist
* Tony Levin (born 1946), U.S. bass player
* Vladimir Levin, Russian mathematician and alleged criminal hacker
* Yuval Levin, a member of the White House domestic policy staff
* Zara A. Levina (1906-1976), a Ukrainian composer

Fictional characters

* Konstantin Dmitrich Levin, the protagonist in Tolstoy's novel "Anna Karenina"

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