Mother: name unavailable publicly
Marriage: Christine (Gorman) Levinson
Children: Douglas; Samantha; David; Daniel; Sarah; Stephanie; Susan
Education: Attended New York University; City College of New York, B.A., 1970
During his career at the FBI, Levinson specialized in investigating organized crime in Russia.
His family says Levinson suffers from diabetes and high blood pressure among other illnesses.
1970s – Levinson is hired by the FBI after six years with the Drug Enforcement Agency.
1998 – Levinson retires from the FBI.
1998-2007 – Levinson works as a private investigator.
December 12, 2013 – The Associated Press and The Washington Post report that Levinson was working for the CIA when he disappeared in 2007, possibly investigating corruption among Iranian officials. The AP says it first learned of Levinson’s CIA ties in 2010 but delayed publishing the information at the government’s request. The next day the New York Times reports it has known of Levinson’s CIA work since 2007 but also delayed publishing the information to avoid jeopardizing his safety.
March 9, 2015 – The FBI increases the reward for information on Levinson to $5 million.