Louis Levy

Louisville, Kentucky

1931 - 2018 (Age 86)

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Always a bright spot at The Little Theater of Alexandria, we will miss your infectious smile and positive spirit, Louis. You and your family are in our prayers. Go with God, sweet friend.

Wilma and family,
I am so very sorry to hear of the passing of our dear Louis. We, your work family, will truly miss him. No one lit up a room like he did and we treasure the time that we spent with him. His optimism, kind heartedness, wit , and charm are part of his legacy that will live on in each of us that he met and touched. We are all so blessed that you, Wilma, brought him into our lives. You and family are in our thoughts and prayers. We know how very much you will miss...

Louis lit up the room with his presence and was loved by all who met him. I never saw him down or depressed-he took life as it came with good spirit, which I so admired and aspired to be. He was such a good friend to me-encouraging, kind and generous when we worked together. I knew him as a talented actor, singer and natural comedian. He was always a comedic presence at our SAG meetings and brought laughter and fun to the room. I'm so sorry you lost your soul mate, Wilma, but know that it is...

Louis was so welcoming to anyone in a room full of people who were basically unfamilar with one another. I recall his smile which seemed to burst from his heart. And his extended hand in saying hi im Louis, and you are ? evoked a greatful response. He had an eternal energy. Im pleased I got to shake that hand and see that smile. My condolences to his family. Elisabeth

I don't remember when i met Louis, i just Remener he sold his talents as a performer every chance he had. I will miss his enthusiasm.
Cynthia L Webb-Manly

Louis was such a happy soul. Whenever I worked with him in movies he always "took over the room" with his joy of life and his wonderful wit and humor. I am so sorry for your loss, Wilma. Even though we have never met, I feel that I knew you. I will really miss him, as I know you and your family will.

I'm sorry to hear of Lou's passing. We were colleagues, as actors and songwriters. I was astonished at his talent as a performer, hearing his live album; I'm sorry I never got to see and him perform on stage. He always brought laughter to our SAG-AFTRA meeting member introductions by including updates as to how long he and his wife had been happily married. Condolences to his family and friends, I hope his passing was peaceful.

What a joy it was to see and hear you at Le Canard. Louis "Sit Down You're Rocking The Boat" on "42nd Street". My condolences to you dear Wilma, you are in my prayers. Love and Hugs, Gloria Long

LOUIS ... a life to be celebrated in memories for years to come. How he loved music, friends, and life itself. We all loved hearing him at Le Canard. And I'll never forget your fantastic wedding ... what a day!
My thoughts are with you, dear Wilma ... God Bless, and Much Love, Ann


Louis's Obituaries

Levy, Louis,of Alexandria, VA passed away on December 23, 2017. He was 86 years old. Louis was an actor, voice over talent, cabaret singer, and songwriter for many years. He performed as the Rabbi in "Bernie's Bar Mitzvah", on Broadway, in Baltimore, MD and Louisville, KY. He appeared...

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