Filmmaker Brian Koppelman and wife Amy Levine are determined to keep their children out of the limelight??

January 8, 2016
First published on:January 8, 2016
by HitBerry

Filmmaker Brian Koppelman has received several titles in the show biz because of his involvement in different fields related to the profession. Besides a filmmaker, he is also an essayist, podcaster, former music business executive and record producer. Phew! That is quite a long list, isn’t it? 

He might have different names and titles and he might be famous in Hollywood, but this co-writer of movies like Ocean’s Thirteen and Rounders is determined to keep his two children out of the limelight. Don’t believe me? Well, you will after you read all the details we have for you via a reliable source. 

A source close to the former record producer gave us all the exclusive details on him and his wife Amy Levine’s decision to keep their two kids away from the hustle and bustle of the Tinseltown. 

The insider claimed that they knew Koppelman and his wife up close and also said that the lovely duo was not ready to expose their children to the lime light. The informant revealed: “Brian and Amy are totally against exposing their kids to the limelight and fame of Hollywood. They want to make sure that the lives of their precious kids remain untouched by Hollywood. They are determined to do anything to make sure that their babies live normal lives as normal kids.”

The insider further shared: “Brian and Amy have seen lots of kids become spoiled by the so-called fame and stardom that they garner at an early age. The kids, who end up being popular at young ages, haven’t really been able to turn their lives into the right track. And they feel that once the fame monster catches up to you, then it all goes into your head and there is no turning back.

“This is the reason why the concerned parents want to keep their kids away from the media attention. But that does not mean, they are preventing the children from living their lives in their own way. They are concerned that the kids might get spoiled, but they have full freedom to make their own decisions.

“They are worried about their kids’ future, but they are not dictators, you see. They love their kids and they want the very best for them, like any other parent” stated the gossip monger. 

The producer of The Illusionist and The Lucky Ones is truly a loving and concerned father and we hope the very best for him and his family. 

 The director married his novelist wife Amy Levine in 1992.

His net worth remains undisclosed. But we do know that he has accumulated millions of dollars through his movies and TV shows. 


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