Amir appeared in the French feature film Big House starring Gerard Depardieu (Jean-Emmanuel Godart, Dir), Minyan (Eric Steel, Dir) and the upcoming feature Listen by Omri Bezalel.
Amir was seen in Season 2 of Pose on FX (Gwyneth Horder-Payton, Dir), the new Netflix series Its Bruno! by Dir. Solvan "Slick" Naim (The Blacklist, Animal Kingdom) and Season 3 of FBI on CBS (Alex Chapple, Dir).
Amir was an associate producer on the romantic comedy feature film, Out Of Order! (Priority Films) to be released soon.
Amir is voice-acting new characters for the upcoming animated series The Chosen.
Other television/film credits include the FX hit show Louie, and numerous short films, industrials, and commercials.

Born and raised in Israel, Amir has received numerous awards from the America-Israel Cultural Foundation and was declared a Distinguished Artist by The Israeli Ministry of Education.

Amir has been a company member with leading dance organizations including the Bat-Dor Dance Company, Ballet Hispanico of New York and he has spent the last twenty-five seasons with the Metropolitan Opera as both dance captain and as principal dancer.

With the Met, Amir has been seen in over 50 productions, including many via the Met HD Live broadcast series seen in movie theaters across the globe. These broadcasts have showcased his work with some of opera's leading directors including Anthony Minghella (Madama Butterfly), Adrian Noble (Macbeth), Julie Taymor (Magic Flute), Franco Zeffirelli (Turandot), Michael Mayer (Rigoletto), Bartlett Sher (Tales of Hoffmann), Mary Zimmerman (La Sonnambula) and Francois Girard (Parsifal).

Additionally, Amir has worked closely with some of the world’s leading singers including Renee Fleming, Christine Goerke, Jonas Kaufmann, Peter Mattei, Natalie Dessay, Anna Netrebko and Asmik Grigorian.

Major musical theater credits include the first national tour of Victor/Victoria and the Hal Prince Evita.

Amir can be seen performing with The Met Opera’s 24-25 Season.

Amir made his Atlanta Opera debut in 2018, choreographing a new production of Carmen -

Colorful and compelling production. The Scene of actual frenzied, festive chaos in the tavern is thoroughly effective… one of the production’s many strengths.
The Atlanta Opera’s successful production makes it clear why Carmen has remained such an enduring classic
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The Atlanta Opera’s production of Carmen undoubtedly marks itself as a true theatrical triumph.” -

He returned in 2020 to choreograph the critically acclaimed production of Salome -

(Zvulun’s) dream team consists of set designer Erhard Rom, costume designer Mattie Ullrich and choreographer Amir Levy.
Dance of the Seven Veils... bewitching... accompany Amir Levy’s provocative troupe of dancers.
Distilled and grotesquely beautiful, making it impossible to look away.
Brilliant cast and an enviable creative team
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"Kudos to choreographer Amir Levy who created a hypnotic rendering of the Dance of the Seven Veils.” - Stephanie Adrian Opera News

The dancers, choreographed by Amir Levy, were used as an expert interpretation of Salome’s youthful control over men, seducing and entrancing the men at various points of the piece.” -

A theater of the mind. Not-to-be missed production”-

Amir is set to return to The Atlanta Opera to choreograph a production of Semele for their 2025 season.

He has been an associate choreographer to Sara Erde and Richard Eyre on critically acclaimed productions of Werther (Met), Manon Lescaut (Baden-Baden)  and Le Nozze di Figaro (Met Season Opening Production 2014).
A major musical theatre credit include the Hal Prince/Larry Fuller Evita where he recently set the lead dancers tracks for new international touring companies in association with original choreographer, Larry Fuller.

Amir acts as artistic consultant for Priority Films Productions and works with many charitable organizations, including Red Light Children and the America-Israel Cultural Foundation, helping produce artistic presentations and Gala fundraisers which benefit the causes of these important organizations.
During his years of active duty in the Israel Special Forces (IDF), Amir specialized in administration of soldier/civilian integration as part of the Manpower Directorate Corps. Through this experience and in connection to his artistic administration and stage management work with companies like Sha’ar Hanegev Dance Academy and Fuller Productions, Amir continues working in arts management and administration.

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