Physical Production

Michael A. Levine


Composer, songwriter, and violinist Michael A. Levine is an 8-time ASCAP award recipient for work ranging from the Jerry Bruckheimer/CBS dramas Cold Case and Close to Home, to the George Lucas-produced Star Wars Detours animated Star Wars parody. His theme song for the award-winning documentary, Landfill Harmonic, was Oscar-shortlisted, as was his song Running with legendary vocalist Roberta Flack for the feature documentary 3100: Run and Become. His theme song for Resident Evil VII Biohazard became a viral hit as was his production of Lorde‘s version of Everybody Wants to Rule the World. Michael also composed the theme for Scrat, the sabertooth squirrel featured in the Ice Age shorts. Levine also provided additional music and violin on a number of Hans Zimmer scores, including Dunkirk, The Simpsons Movie, Batman: The Dark Knight, Megamind, and Rango. Levine’s concert music includes Anthem, performed by piano virtuoso Lang Lang and, Double Crossings, an album of duets with percussionist great Evelyn Glennie on mallets and Michael on electric violin. Michael began his career in advertising where he composed the classic KitKat candy bar “Gimme a Break” jingle. Levine is a former Governor of the Television Academy (Emmys) Music peer group.