Born in Chicago, Illinois, Samm Levine is an actor and a comedian and presently, a prominent figure among the media for appearing in on NBC’s TV series, “Freaks and Geeks”. Additionally, he is also famous for starring as PFC Hirschberg in Quentin Tarantino’s film Inglourious Basterds.
Samm was born Samuel Franklin Levine on March 12, 1982, in the city of Chicago, Illinois. He holds an American nationality and belongs to Ashkenazi Jewish ethnicity. His parents Lynne Levine(mother) and Harris Levine(father).
Talking about education, there are no details available regarding his education.
The young, talented and handsome guy, Samm is yet be married. Previously, he dated web creator and comedian Gaby Dunn. There is no doubt that he gets the attention of lots of women. But as of now, there is no concrete proof regarding his relationship.
The personal life of a celebrity has always been the interest of people. But he has not revealed any details regarding it yet. well, currently, he is believed to be single.
Samm has an estimated net worth of $2 million. He earns a huge sum of money from his career and has managed to keep a decent net worth in his life.
The average salary of an actor earns $500,000-$600,000 so, he might be receiving the same amount from his career.
Levine started his career as a stand-up comedian at bar mitzvahs at the age of 12. He began his acting career Wet Hot American Summer in 2001. She debuted on television in the year 1997, appearing in an episode of the series, One Life to Live.
In 1999, he joined the cast of American teen drama Freaks and Geeks as Neal Schweiber. The show released on September 25, 1999, and ran for around 1 year. He appeared in 18 episodes of the series. Although the series was short-lived, it made him popular.
In addition, he appeared in other movies and TV shows including Quentin Tarantino‘s Inglorious Basterds, Not Another Teen Movie, Sydney White, Jobs, Promoted, Club Dread, Comedy Bang! Bang!, Hawaii Five-0, Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later, and I’m Poppy.
Currently, he is active on the podcast, working as a sidekick as well as a fill-in host on a weekly interview program, Kevin Pollak’s Chat Show, which is streamed over the web on YouTube. Similarly, he appeared as a contestant on Movie Trivia Schmoedown.