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Shuki Levy

Shuki Levy
Born (1947-06-03) June 3, 1947
Nationality American / Israeli

Shuki Levy (


  • Biography 1
  • Personal life 2
  • Selected musical compositions 3
    • Musicals 3.1
    • TV series 3.2
    • TV 3.3
    • Videos 3.4
    • Movies 3.5
  • References 4
  • External links 5


Born in Mandatory Palestine, Levy began his career as a singer and music performer in various clubs around Tel Aviv. He also appeared in the musical Hair. During the 1970s, Levy performed in France and Germany for a duet known as "Shuki & Aviva". Together with his partner Aviva Paz he scored a hit single throughout Europe called "Signorina - Concertina" which sold two million copies.

Levy and then-partner Power Rangers franchise. The company was sold to The Walt Disney Company by the end of 2001.

Levy is noted for his prolific career in composing music; he has a total of 14 Gold- and Platinum-certified records and has composed theme tunes for more than 130 TV shows, which makes him the world-record holder in this regard.

Levy composed Halayla, the Israeli entry to the 1981 Eurovision Song Contest.

As of October 3, 2013 Levy is currently working on a new show he created called Tribe Of The Wild set for a 2014 release, Levy also signed a first-look production deal with Relativity TV to oversee worldwide distribution, finance and production for Levy’s content in the children’s and family space, Tribe Of The Wild will be the first show under the deal.[1]

Personal life

Levy was married to television actress Deborah Shelton (Dallas) and was also previously engaged to television actress Sarah Brown (General Hospital). He has a son and two daughters from these relationships.

Selected musical compositions


TV series





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External links

  • Shuki Levy Online
  • Levy discusses his work on The Real Ghostbusters
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