Jack Levin as he appeared in F-Zero GX
|Occupation||Pop Star, Racer|
|First Appeared||F-Zero X|
|Later Appeared|| F-Zero GX|
F-Zero Legend of Falcon
Jack Levin is a worldwide entertainment phenomenon known for his unmatched singing and dancing talents, having started out as a member of a pop group and then branching off on his own after his popularity became too great. Even though Jack grew up in poverty and was watched over by his single, ailing mother, he somehow managed to survive such a harsh lifestyle and make a true name for himself in the vast media spectrum. After a good amount of time in the light of fame and glory, the F-Zero committee took his mighty public appeal and obvious athletic abilities and put him into consideration as a worthy addition to the Grand Prix circuit. Jack himself agreed without hesitation, seeing it as a wonderful way to build more hype and publicity around himself. And a wise decision this was, because not only did it increase Jack's overall popularity two-fold, but the same effect rubbed off on the sport of F-Zero itself. The many companies which sponsor Jack collaborated to build him the Astro Robin and he was all set for the Grand Prix from there. Despite the immense attention and respect he receives from his fans, Jack isn't at all seen in a good light by his fellow pilots, as they see him as a horribly shallow glory-hog with absolutely no true love for what really goes into the art of F-Zero racing.
 F-Zero X
In the second console-based installment of the F-Zero franchise, Jack Levin was introduced as a fairly mild-mannered-seeming young man, with a flat, subtle haircut and ego that even Captain Falcon could overshadow. Dedicating his victory to his fans rather than himself in his ending video somewhat proves this.
 F-Zero GX
In the most recent console-based title, Jack Levin returns with a completely new hairstyle which perfectly accents the new overtoned personality he's been given: really long and spiked straight up. He is seen and described as much more egotistical in this installment as opposed to his introducation in F-Zero X. His new hairstyle is seen as much more fitting for his pop-star persona but makes it a little more tough to take him seriously. The F-Zero TV interviews starring him proves that he still shows some care and respect for his legion of fans though.
 F-Zero Climax
Due to the lack of an actual storyline, besides being based off of the finale to F-Zero Falcon Legend(character-wise), Jack Levin struts his stuff once more with a wonderful grip accompanied by an average speed stat and body strength.
 F-Zero Legend of Falcon
In the anime adaptation, Jack Levin is a prominent character who is introduced in the first episode as a member of the Elite Mobile Task Force. He is one of the first inhabitants of 2201 to meet Rick Wheeler for the first time after he comes out of cold sleep and shows him around some must-see sights of Mute City, where their headquarters is stationed. He still walks around with a big head in this show, but it's more or less an attribute that makes this character oddly appealing in a begrudging type of way.