Oscar Levant was an American actor, comedian, piano player, writer and music composer, who rose to prominence in the 20th century as a comic on radio and a musician on the screen. Levant grew up in New York City and learnt piano under celebrated pianist Zygmunt Stojowski. Levant got his first break when he was only 18 with the short film titled ‘Ben Bernie and All The Lads’ in 1924, but it was not until he moved to Hollywood in 1928 that he really put his career on the upward curve. Levant became a music composer in Hollywood and composed the score for a slew of films over a period of around two decades. One of his noted songs include ‘Blame it on the Youth’. On the other hand, he also became a hugely popular radio personality for his witty presence as one of the panellists of ‘Information Please’, a quiz show. Levant was a multi-faceted talent who had also acted in films and some of his credits include ‘The Band Wagon’, ‘The Barkleys of Broadway’ and ‘An American in Paris’ among many others. We have compiled Levant’s quick-witted quotes from his life and work. Read on the compilation of Oscar Levant’s thoughts and quotations that will surely draw a smile on your face.