Levitan

Levitan is a surname and may refer to:

  • Avri Levitan, Israeli violist
  • Boris Levitan, mathematician
  • Félix Lévitan, Tour de France organiser
  • Isaac Levitan, Russian painter
  • Israel Levitan, American abstract expressionist sculptor
  • Jerry Levitan, Canadian known as "the kid who interviewed John Lennon"
  • Nadav Levitan ,Israeli film director, screenwriter, writer and songwriter
  • Solomon Levitan, treasurer of Wisconsin
  • Steven Levitan, director
  • William Levitan, professor at Grand Valley State University in Michigan
  • Yuri Levitan, Soviet actor
  • Levitan, Seinfeld character in Season 1, Episode 12 (George's boss)
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Other articles related to "levitan":

I Met The Walrus
... Josh Raskin (known for his musical project Kids Explosions) and produced by Jerry Levitan ... The film stars Levitan and John Lennon ... The film is based on an interview of John Lennon by Jerry Levitan in 1969 ...
Isaac Levitan - Life and Work - Late Life
... In the summer of 1890 Levitan went to Yuryevets (Юрьевец) and among numerous landscapes and etudes he painted The View of Krivooserski monastery ... Levitan spent the last year of his life at Chekhov’s home in Crimea ... In April 1941 Levitan's remains were moved to the Novodevichy Cemetery, next to Chekhov's necropolis ...
Yuri Levitan
... Yuri Borisovich Levitan (Russian Юрий Борисович Левитан ), (2 October 1914, Vladimir - 4 August 1983) was a Soviet radio announcer famous for ... Levitan was Jewish ... and was born in Vladimir, his father Boris Levitan was a tailor, and his mother Maria was a housewife ...
Sepia (magazine)
... by Good Publishing Company (aka Sepia Publishing), owned and operated by George Levitan, who was not black himself ... Levitan also published Hep, Jive and Bronze Thrills ... Levitan financed John Howard Griffin's investigative journalism book, Black Like Me, which was first serialized in Sepia ...