Deborah Lurie

Deborah Lurie has had quite the varied film scoring career:  she's written the sweeping, melodic scores to movies such as Dear John and An Unfinished Life, the driving action score for the Tim Burton-produced animated feature 9, and the subtle but heartwarming score for Justin Bieber: Never Say Never.  Her most recent score for Disney's PROM is an entirely indie rock driven score, and it marks her 3rd feature film collaboration with director Joe Nussbaum.

In addition to her own scoring career, Lurie has worked frequently with Danny Elfman, composing additional music for WantedSpider-Man 3, and the IMAX film Deep Sea 3D as well as arranging/orchestrating for Charlotte's WebCharlie And The Chocolate Factory, and Alice in Wonderland.

Lurie also has an extensive background as an arranger and producer of pop, rock, and theater music. Lurie has arranged for such artists as Katy Perry, Bon Jovi, Kelly Clarkson, Creed, Daughtry, The All-American Rejects, Adam Lambert, and 3 Doors Down. The #1 hit single The Reason marked the beginning of Lurie's longest and most prolific collaboration in rock music is with producer Howard Benson, who was Grammy nominated in 2007 for Producer Of The Year. Lurie's work in pop music began with productions for the live stage, including arranging and producing the the music for The Pussycat Dolls' live appearance at The Roxy, starring Christina Aguilera and Gwen Stefani and Carmen Electra, and arranging/producing the music for the Off Broadway musical "Bare" and Vegas' hit show "PeepShow." Lurie's arrangements also appear in the films Dreamgirls and Fame.

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