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Levity Live[1](formerly Levity Entertainment Group or LEG) is a vertically integrated talent management, television production, branded entertainment, live exhibition, corporate training, and digital marketing firm based in Los Angeles, California. The company was established in its current form in 2009 with the merger of Levity Productions, Levity Management, Triage Entertainment, E-Comic Branding, and branded entertainment production company Medium.[2] Levity Live owns one of the nation's largest groups of comedy clubs and live event venues[3] and is the owner of The Improv comedy club chain. [4] In April 2018, AMC Networks, Inc. purchased a significant equity position in Levity Live.[5]


Television Production

Levity Live has produced over 100 prime-time specials with some of the biggest names in comedy, including Margaret Cho, Cedric the Entertainer, Jeff Dunham, Jamie Foxx, Gabriel Iglesias, Jamie Kennedy, Bert Kreischer, Loni Love, Sebastian Maniscalco, Jenny McCarthy, Tracy Morgan, Trevor Noah, Amy Schumer, Daniel Tosh and more, for multiple broadcast and cable networks. Collectively, Levity Productions titles have sold over 10M DVDs, been rebroadcast in over 30 countries and digitally distributed on more than 17 VOD/streaming platforms including iTunes, Netflix, Google Play, Amazon and Hulu.[6]

Levity Live produces television programs, including original series and specials for network television, cable television, and first run syndication. Levity Live's credits include programs for Food Network (Iron Chef America, The Next Iron Chef, Food Network Star), Comedy Central (The Ben Show, Gabe Iglesias' Stand-Up Revolution, The Half Hour, The Jeff Dunham Show),[7]Syfy (Dream Machines, Scariest Places on Earth), Country Music Television (Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders: Making the Team, Cowboy U), CBS (Home for the Holidays and Survivor Finale), Cooking Channel (Hungry Girl), History (Full Throttle, April 1865, Surviving The Holidays With Lewis Black), NBC (The Mentalist), Style Network (What I Hate About Me), and the syndicated programs Beyond Chance and Sightings.[8][2]

Live Venues & Restaurants

Levity Live owns, operates and licensees a national network of 30 premium entertainment venues and restaurants under multiple consumer brands, including the legendary Improv, which was acquired in early 2018, Copper Blues, and Levity Live. The company is the nation's largest purchaser of live comedy, employing more than 300 comedians weekly.[9]

Talent Management

Levity Live represents comedians, actors, live performers, writers, directors and lifestyle personalities.[10][11]


  1. ^ "AMC Networks Buys Majority Stake in Comedy Venue Operator Levity Live". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved .
  2. ^ a b Schneider, Michael (July 13, 2009). "Brevity for Levity." Variety. Retrieved August 3, 2019.
  3. ^ "Paradign Agent Norm Aladjem Exits." The Hollywood Reporter, April 20, 2012. Retrieved Jan. 31, 2013.
  4. ^ Pedersen, Erik; Pedersen, Erik (2018-02-01). "Levity Entertainment Group Buys The Improv Comedy Club Brand". Deadline. Retrieved .
  5. ^ "AMC Networks Buys Majority Stake in Comedy Venue Operator Levity Live". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved .
  6. ^ LEG Production page Retrieved March 25, 2015.
  7. ^ Frankel, Daniel (April 16, 2009). "Comedy Central Pacts with Levity." Variety. Retrieved Jan. 31, 2013.
  8. ^ Andreeva, Nellie (Oct 8, 2012). "Levity Entertainment Group Tweaks Name, Signs With WME." Deadline Hollywood. Retrieved Jan. 31, 2013.
  9. ^ Adalian, Josef (Nov. 16, 2005). "Triage Adds Some Levity to Laff Deal." Variety. Retrieved Jan. 31, 2013.
  10. ^ Gadino, Dylan P. (Aug. 12, 2009). "Judi Brown-Marmel: The Force Behind Many Laughs." Laughspin. Retrieved Jan. 31, 2013.
  11. ^ Vlessing, Etan (Nov. 2, 2011). "Entertainment One and Levity Pact on TV Comedies." The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved Jan. 31, 2013.

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