Mark Levengood was born in 1964. He is an author and a radio and TV programme manager as well as a popular lecturer. Mark was born in the USA and grew up in Helsinki. He moved to Sweden at the age of 19. Today, Mark Levengood is one of Sweden's most popular broadcast managers and an equally popular lecturer. Several of his programmes have received national and international awards. Mark Levengood published the book Gamla tanter lägger inte ägg (Old Ladies don't Lay Eggs) in 2001 and Gud som haver barnen kär, har du någon ull? (God who holds children dear do you have any wool?) in 2003. Both books are based on conversations with children and how they experience things that we adults take for granted. Furthermore, he has co-written the choral work Af og til er min vej så ensom (Sometimes my road is so lonely) with Sven-David Sandström.