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He co-wrote the song with Elton John and the show's creator Debbie Horsfield.
His father, actor David Fleeshman, played the role of Gilbert in the same series.
Levy recently starred as Sheila in the Broadway revival of Hair, which began previews on March 6, 2009 and opened March 31, 2009 at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre. In 2011 Levy originated the role of Molly Jensen in Ghost the Musical, which opened at Manchester Opera House in March for a seven-week run before transferring to London's West End at The Piccadilly Theatre from June 24, 2011.
The official gala opening night took place on July 19.
All the Small Things was screened in Australia under the title of Heart and Soul.
Fleeshman starred in the West End production of Ghost: The Musical, based on the film Ghost, written by Bruce Joel Rubin, with music and lyrics by Dave Stewart and Glen Ballard).
He also won Soapstar Superstar in 2006 and won £200,000 for his chosen Charity, The Kirsty Appeal. On 22 April 2007, he performed on the ITV1 show An Audience with Coronation Street.
He was the only member of his on-screen family to escape the axe in 2005, leaving the programme at the age of 16. Fleeshman later filmed an episode of Blue Murder in 2007 in which he played the character Ben Holroyd, starring alongside Jill Halfpenny.
The episode, called "Crisis Management", aired in December 2007 on ITV.
Fleeshman and Levy remained in the Broadway Production until its final performance on 18 August 2012.
In 2013, he starred as Bobby Strong in the UK premiere of the hit satirical musical, Urinetown, directed by Jamie Lloyd, at the St James Theatre.