Shuki Levy is famously known as composer for anime and children programs for TV. Throughout the '80s and '90s, he created many of the most popular and enduring cartoon theme songs and scores of the era, such as The Mysterious Cities Of Gold, Inspector Gadget, Kidd Video, Heathcliff and the Catillac Cats, M.A.S.K., Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers, Ruby Spears's Mega Man, the '90s X-Men series, Samurai Pizza Cats, C.O.P.S., The Legend of Zelda, The Super Mario Bros. Super Show, The Real Ghostbusters, Dinosaucers, Jayce and the Wheeled Warriors, He-Man and the Masters of the Universe, Sailor Moon (the DiC dub), Dragonball Z (the Ocean dub). In short, if you watched a cartoon back in the 80's or 90's there's a good chance that you heard his music.
Shuki was born 1947 in Ramat Gan (Palestine those days). A self-taught musician, he had mastered the guitar by the age of 14, and founded one of Israel's first rock groups. In 1975, Shuki partnered with actress Aviva Paz and started a pop group called “Shuki and Aviva,” which found popularity throughout Europe, South Africa, and Asia. Several singles were released and the biggest success was Signorina Concertina.
As an award winning composer, songwriter, recording and performing artist, Shuki Levy has garnered 15 Gold and Platinum records with sales in excess of 14 million records worldwide. He has scored over a dozen feature and television films, composed the music for over 130 television shows, written the music for a Broadway-bound musical, and produced, written and directed multiple film and television projects. Well known for his ability to pinpoint and express the musical "soul" of a project, Shuki currently holds the world record for composing the most television theme songs.
He later became the driving creative force behind Saban Entertainment, a television programming company founded in Los Angeles with his longtime friend and partner, Haim Saban.