Joseph Leonard Gordon-Levitt, or Joseph Gordon-Levitt as widely known, is an American film director and actor.
Throughout his career, Gordon-Levitt garnered prestigious awards such as Golden Globe Award for Best Actor and Primetime Emmy Awards.
Apart from starring in almost 40 films in the industry, he also directed several Television shows and movies through HitRecord, an online media platform he founded.
These materials also gathered big awards.
The big-shot actor was born on February 17, 1981. He was born and raised in Los Angeles, California.
Joseph is a child of Dennis Levitt and Jane Gordon, both Jewish. He has an older sibling, Daniel.
Follow this article for more information about the Hollywood star’s parents and siblings in this Wikipedia-type biography.
Dennis Levitt and Jane Gordon’s Relationship
Jane and Dennis are married and are still together presently. However, their marital date and duration are not publicly disclosed.
They crossed paths at a radio station, KPFK-FM, where they worked.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s Father, Dennis Levitt
Dennis Levitt once worked for KPFK-FM as a news director. Currently, he owns energy and technology-based business and is also a software developer.
He is occasionally spotted with Joseph, watching basketball matches. Dennis’ birthday is unknown.
Jane Gordon, Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s Mother
Jane Gordon is a politician, professor, and activist in the feminist movement. She ran for congress as a member of the Peace and Freedom Party.
Together with her husband, they founded the Progressive Jewish Alliance. Jane was a daughter to Michael Gordon, a film director.
She was credited by her son for being a stage mother and supportive, claiming that Jane gave him the freedom to choose his projects. Personal details about Gordon are kept from the public.
Daniel Gordon-Levitt, The Sole Sibling
Daniel Gordon-Levitt, or Dan, is also an actor. He starred in Hollywood films such as Moon Shot (1994) and Cinema of the Subconscious (2010).
He was born on July 27, 1974. He lived 36 years before meeting his demise on October 4, 2010, due to a drug overdose.