How does one prepare for life as a pal to the rich, famous and influential? For Jon Levy, it was the indignity of being the least popular kid in his junior high school class.“Nobody wanted to sit next to me,” said Levy, 36, who attended Abraham Joshua Heschel School on the Upper West Side. “I was into computers and comic books at a time when it was not cool. But I also had a willingness to embarrass myself and try [new] things.”

“Nobody wanted to sit next to me,” said Levy, 36, who attended Abraham Joshua Heschel School on the Upper West Side. “I was into computers and comic books at a time when it was not cool. But I also had a willingness to embarrass myself and try [new] things.”

Among the new things, Levy decided to try was reinventing himself. Taking Ferris Bueller as a role model, he told The Post, “I decided to align myself with interesting people and have an exciting life.”

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