Gary Levinsohn
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Gary Levinsohn

Gary Levinsohn
ResidenceBel Air, Los Angeles, California, U.S.[1]
OccupationFilm producer

Gary Levinsohn is an American film producer. He was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture, along with Steven Spielberg, Ian Bryce, Mark Gordon for the film Saving Private Ryan.[2][3] He is the co-owner of Mutual Film Company.[4][5]


  1. Blue Ice (1992) (executive producer)
  2. The Real McCoy (1993) (executive producer)
  3. Twelve Monkeys (1995) (executive producer)
  4. Angus (1995) (executive producer)
    ... a.k.a. Angus - Voll Cool (Germany)
  5. The Ripper (1997) (TV) (executive producer)
  6. The Jackal (1997 film) (1997) (executive producer)
    ... a.k.a. Chacal, Le (France: dubbed version)
    ... a.k.a. Schakal, Der (Germany)
  7. The Relic (film) (1997) (executive producer)
    ... a.k.a. Relikt - Das Museum der Angst, Das (Germany: TV title)
    ... a.k.a. Relikt, Das (Germany)
  8. A Simple Plan (1998) (executive producer)
    ... a.k.a. Einfacher Plan, Ein (Germany)
    ... a.k.a. Un plan simple (France)
  9. Saving Private Ryan (1998) (producer)
  10. Black Dog (1998) (executive producer)
    ... a.k.a. Black Dog (France)
  11. Paulie (1998) (producer)
  12. Hard Rain (1998) (producer)
    ... a.k.a. Flood (Japan: English title)
    ... a.k.a. Pluie d'enfer (France)
  13. All the Rage (1999) (executive producer)
    ... a.k.a. It's the Rage (USA: cable TV title)
  14. Virus (1999) (executive producer)
    ... a.k.a. Virus (France)
    ... a.k.a. Virus - Schiff ohne Wiederkehr (Germany)
  15. The Patriot (2000) (producer)
    ... a.k.a. Patriot, Der (Germany)
  16. Isn't She Great (2000) (executive producer)
    ... a.k.a. Ist sie nicht großartig? (Germany)
  17. Timeline (2003) (executive producer)
  18. And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself (2003) (TV) (co-executive producer)
  19. Casanova (2005) (executive producer)
    ... a.k.a. Femur (Philippines: English title)
  20. Life of the Party (2005) (executive producer)
  21. The Hoax (2006) (executive producer)
  22. Snakes on a Plane (2006) (producer)
    ... a.k.a. SoaP (USA: promotional abbreviation)
  23. Car Wars (2008) (executive producer)
  24. After Earth (2013) (filming) (producer)

Awards and Nominations[6]

In 1999, Gary Levinsohn, along with Steven Spielberg, Ian Bryce and Mark Gordon, was nominated for Academy Award and BAFTA Film Award for Saving Private Ryan, for the category of Best Picture and Best Film respectively. Saving Private Ryan won him Best Drama Picture at 1999 Online Film & Television Association Film Award and 2nd place in Best Motion Picture at Awards Circuit Community Awards. Levinsohn, along with Mark Gordon, Allison Lyon Segan and John Roberts, won BAFTA Children's Award for the film Paulie in the same year. In 2016, Levinsohn, along with Michael Worth, Kassi Crews and Dennis Ho, won an Award of Merit Special Mention at the Accolade Competition for the film Broken Memories.


  1. ^ "Behind the Scenes: Homes of Producers and Directors". Forbes. June 28, 2011.
  2. ^ "The 71st Academy Awards". Retrieved 2014.
  3. ^ "The 71st Academy Awards | 1999". | Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Retrieved 2016.
  4. ^ "About the Filmmakers". Retrieved 2016.
  5. ^ ELLER, CLAUDIA (July 24, 1998). "Producing Partners Step Aside for Spielberg With 'Saving' Grace". Los Angeles Times. ISSN 0458-3035. Retrieved 2016.
  6. ^ "Gary Levinsohn". IMDb. Retrieved 2016.

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