Bob Levy, executive producer of the stylish drama Gossip Girl, is Alloy Entertainment's executive vice president of film and television development and production. He has worked in the entertainment industry for more than two decades, and his involvement spans network, cable and public television. Levy joined Alloy Entertainment in 2001 following 10 years at NBC, where he was the vice president of primetime series and closely involved with such shows as Mad About You, Caroline in the City and the critically acclaimed Working.
As head of Alloy Entertainment's West Coast office, Levy oversees the company's extensive involvement in film and television development. He is an executive producer of all of Alloy Entertainment's television projects, including this fall's new drama The Vampire Diaries, last year's critically acclaimed series Privileged and Samurai Girl, which aired on ABC Family. Levy was also a producer of the company's 2008 feature films Sex Drive and the DVD-premiere movie The Clique.
Levy graduated cum laude with a bachelor's degree from Brown University. He lives in Los Angeles.