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Meet Todd Levin: 'Sex' & 'Conan' Writer

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Todd Levin is the Director of ABS Community Outreach. The ABS is the Association For Betterment of Sex, of course. It sounds serious -- but not so fast.

This association is a group of comedy writers who have released a new book ("written by Association For Betterment of Sex”) called “Sex: Our Bodies, Our Junk.” Levin has teamed up with writers whose credits include: The Daily Show, The Onion, Vanity Fair, Esquire, Radar, and GQ -- Scott Jacobson, Michael Sacks, Ted Travelstead and Jason Roeder.

Levin’s a career writer whose last few years have been focused in late night television. Hired as a writer for the last six weeks of Late Night with Conan O’Brien’s run, Levin moved to LA for what would be seven months of The Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien. (He’s not sure if he’s to be joining Conan at TBS.)

Originally from Albany, New York, Levin spent fourteen years in New York City before his near-surprise moving to Los Angeles to be with Coco. Now, he’s living in Silver Lake, driving a car, and happily eating fake-meat soy products stuffed in tacos. LAist had a chance to talk with Todd Levin about sex, Conan and living as a New Yorker in Los Angeles.