|Profession||Motion picture producer|
|Years active||2000 to present|
|First episode||"Do You Know What it Means"|
|Last episode||"Do Watcha Wanna"|
|Credits||21 episodes (see below)|
Levin made her motion picture debut as a Producer for the short film The Ice People in 2000. She was also a Producer for Muse 6 (2000). She was a Producer for the acclaimed short Gina, an Actress, Age 29 (2001) which had success at film festivals. She was a Co-Producer for the film Rhinoceros Eyes (2003). She was a Producer for the television feature My Sexiest Mistake in 2004. She was the production manager and post production supervisor for the television documentary Rikers High in 2005. She was a producer for the film Day Night Day Night (2006) and won an Independent Spirit Award for her work. She was an Associate Producer, the production manager, and the post production supervisor for the film Dedication (2007). She was a producer for the film Grace Is Gone (2007) and the short film Got Next (2007).
She was an Associate Producer and the post production supervisor for Sleep Dealer (2008). She was the post production supervisor for the Charlie Kaufman film Synechdoche, New York (2008). She was the post production supervisor for the television pilot Washingtonienne in 2009, working with Treme producer Nina Kostroff-Noble on the project. Levin also served as a post production supervisor for HBO films television feature Into the Storm (2009), the film Carriers (2009), and HBO films A Dog Year (2009).
She joined the crew of Treme as a Co-Producer for the first season in 2010. She is in charge of post production, which includes editing, visual effects, sound and more. She remained in this role for the second season in 2011. She also worked as an Associate Producer for the HBO miniseries Mildred Pierce.
She is a producer for the film The Sisterhood of Night (2012).