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Charles Levin

1949 - 2019 (Age 70)

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Charles Levin was a character actor who made a memorable appearance as a hot tempered mohel on the "Seinfeld" episode, "The Bris." For full obituary and coverage from Legacy.com, click here.

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Met him , his wife and son at an Episcopal Church in Huntington Beach. He made the best scrambled eggs in the world. Our Greyhounds got along with his pugs wonderfully, which was amazing, since Greyhouds are quite snobs at times. Chuck's conversations with me over the last 15 years will be missed. His deep knowledge of the human condition and advise to me will never ne forgotten. I miss him so much!

Wonderful actor, first rate in comedies and dramas - he was amazing on Hill Street, remember his last scenes with Belker. RIP, sir.

I shared the stage with Chuck many years ago at ART. He was an amazing presence, a wonderful teacher, and a joy to watch. He is in my thoughts and will be missed.

My sincere condolences to the Levin family. May the God of comfort provide strength, peace and endurance to your family today, tomorrow and always.

Our deepest sympathies as the loss of Charles is mourned. May the promise of death being a thing of the past bring comfort and hope.

With sincere condolences. May the God of comfort give you peace in this difficult time.

You showed us what you were made of and we benefited from it. Prayers to your loved ones.

Great character actor, his work will live on for years to come. Condolences go to the family and friends. During this difficult time, I hope that you continue to draw strength through your faith.

Heartbroken by this news. Condolences to his family. I knew Chuck and Bobby at Yale, and valued both as people, Heartfelt condolences to the family.

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