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Stuart Levy

Highest Rated: 87% Foxcatcher (2014)

Lowest Rated: 9% Taxi (2004)

Birthday: Not Available

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Stuart J. Levy is surely the envy of a lot of manga-loving American geek boys. He is the CEO of popular United States-based manga publisher Tokyopop, which has helped spread the word about this imaginative, fascinating, and sometimes disturbing Japanese art form to the shores of America. The company, started in the late 1990s, revolutionized the availability of manga in the United States, giving wide exposure to titles like "Sailor Moon." Acquiring anime for American distribution followed. Levy has been an executive producer or chief producer of a number of anime programs, including high school anime "G.T.O.: Great Teacher Onizuka," the racing anime"Initial D," and the popular action anime "Reign: The Conqueror." His first major live-action feature film, for which he served as executive producer, was the post-apocalyptic "Priest," starring Paul Bettany, Karl Urban, and Christopher Plummer. Levy, under the moniker of D.J. Milky, has also written a number of graphic novels, children's books, and a novelization. He has composed music for some of his productions as well.



35% 74% Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins Film Editing $28.1M 2021
32% 34% The Nutcracker and the Four Realms Film Editing $54.8M 2018
11% 41% The Divergent Series: Allegiant Film Editing $66.2M 2016
No Score Yet No Score Yet A Place in Hell Production Design - 2015
28% 58% The Divergent Series: Insurgent Film Editing $130.1M 2015
87% 66% Foxcatcher Film Editing $12.1M 2014
50% 54% Savages Film Editing $47.3M 2012
34% 27% The Resident Film Editing - 2011
52% 46% Nim's Island Film Editing $48.0M 2008
17% 43% Sleepwalking Film Editing $169.0K 2008
81% 77% Chicago 10 Film Editing $176.5K 2007
37% 76% The Nativity Story Film Editing $37.6M 2006
9% 43% Taxi Film Editing $36.6M 2004
13% 47% Catch That Kid Film Editing $16.7M 2004
69% 70% Confidence Film Editing $12.2M 2003
14% 33% Driven Film Editing $32.6M 2001
80% 83% Jesus' Son Film Editing $1.3M 1999
52% 73% Any Given Sunday Film Editing $75.5M 1999