Samuel Levinson is a filmmaker and actor best known for creating the HBO drama Euphoria.
It is an adaptation of the Israeli series with a similar name and has been airing since 2019.
Samuel was born in 1985 to Academy Award-winning director Barry Levinson and TV commercial production designer Diana Rhodes.
He got his first writing acclamation when he co-wrote the movie Operation: Endgame, an action-comedy released in 2010.
The following year, he made his directorial debut with the movie Another Happy Day, released at the Sundance Festival.
He was also credited with writing the movie, The Wizard of Lies, which his father directed.
Other films he wrote and directed include the 2018 movie Assassination Nation and Malcolm & Marie, released in 2021.
The star is not only a key figure in Hollywood but is also a husband. His wife is known as Ashley Lent Levinson.
The two are still married, and Ashley, like her spouse, has a profession in the entertainment industry though she majors in film and television production.
She has been involved in many shows throughout her career and has been involved in many episodes in Euphoria as an executive producer and co-producer.
Not much is known about her outside her profession since she likes to keep a low profile.
She Has Served in Various Capacities
According to her LinkedIn, she is a film producer.
She was an executive producer in the 2019 movies Bombshell and Queen & Slim, and in 2020, she produced Malcolm & Marie and The Green Knight.
Apart from that, she, her husband, and Kevin Turen are partners at Little Lamb Production, which created Euphoria and Pieces of a Woman, which stars Shia Labeouf and Vanessa Kirby and is directed by Kornél Mundruczó.
The film was released in 2020 at the Venice Film Festival, and this was proceeded by a Gala Screening at the Toronto International Film Festival.
She was once labeled “a Sundance darling and veteran of Soho House’s executive team” and included in the 2012 Elle’s Women in Hollywood Power List.
She started her profession in showbiz before venturing into real estate, fashion, and performing arts before making a comeback to entertainment.
In 2009, she became a member of the Soho House Group.
She developed and guided artistic programming in film, art, music, dance, performance art, and literary events in various major cities within and outside the country.
Her role also involved press, marketing, and partnerships.
After Soho House, she became the Head of Alumni Relations at Sundance Institute.
She created and implemented strategic relations with the institution’s alumni to create money-making activities, support the institute’s endeavors using artistry and press, and work with them to develop marketing strategies.
She was also responsible for talent programming and was a vital member of the Sundance Advisory Board.
In 2014, she was appointed the president of REX; an application used to share and curate cultural recommendations.
She served as president until she got a job as Chief Operating Officer at Annapurna pictures.
In 2018, she got a job at BRON.
Her Net Worth and Family
According to reports, Lent is worth approximately $1 million, even though she has never talked about details concerning her annual income, personal assets, and endorsements.
The couple also has a single child, a son, but there is no information available about him since the couple prefers keeping their private lives to themselves.
Very few people know when the child was born and his name.