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  • John Debney (b. 1956) composed the film score for The Adventures of Elmo in Grouchland, as well as the Creature Shop-effects films Cutthroat Island, Cats & Dogs, Snow Dogs and Old Dogs. His other film scores include The Passion of the Christ, Elf, The Princess Diaries, The Emperor's New Groove, Chicken Little and Spy Kids.
  • John Debney is an American film composer. He received an Academy Award nomination for his score for Mel Gibson's The Passion of the Christ. He also composed the score for Cutthroat Island, which has been celebrated by music critics as a notable example of swashbuckling film music.
  • His credit list is extremely lengthy, as he is a much in-demand composer. However, his most noted scores include: The Emperor's New Groove, The Passion of the Christ (which garnered him an Oscar nod), The Ant Bully, Liar Liar, I Know What You Did Last Summer, Inspector Gadget, Spy Kids, The Princess Diaries, Cats & Dogs, The Scorpion King, Bruce Almighty, Elf, Snow Dogs and Sin City.
  • John C. Debney scored Iron Man 2.
  • John Debney is a composer of animated films.
  • John Debney is an American composer and conductor, having worked on the films, Hocus Pocus, Yogi Bear, and The Jungle Book (2016). He has also provided music for television series, Star Trek: The Next Generation and Tiny Toons Adventures (starring Charlie Adler and Tress MacNeille).
  • John Debney did for The Adventures of Elmo in Grouchland, The Emperor's New Groove.
  • John Debney (* 18. August 1956 in Glendale, Kalifornien) ist ein US-amerikanischer Komponist für Filme und Fernsehserien. Er komponierte den Soundtrack für drei Star-Trek-Episoden von [[]] und [[]]. Bekannt ist Debney für die Vertonung einiger Walt-Disney-Produktionen. Debney bekam für seine Musik zu Die Passion Christi eine Oscarnominierung. Außerdem gewann er drei Emmys. Debney hat schon öfters mit Robert Rodriguez und dem ehemaligen Industrial-Musiker Graeme Revell bei der Vertonung von Rodriguez' Filmen zusammengearbeitet.
  • John Debney is the Additional Music Composer of Spider-Man 2 and Spider-Man 3 and Composer for Iron Man 2.
  • He has composed music for some films from Nickelodeon Movies, as well composed the theme song for Supah Ninjas.
  • John Debney (b. August 18, 1956) is an American film score composer best known for composing the scores for Jetsons: The Movie (1990), Liar Liar (1997), The Adventures of Elmo in Grouchland (1999), Cats and Dogs (2001), Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius (2001), Spy Kids (2001), Elf (2003), Bruce Almighty (2003), Zathura (2005), Barnyard (2006), The Ant Bully (2006), Everyone's Hero (2006), Spiderman 2 and 3 (2004 and 2007), Hotel for Dogs (2009) and Aliens in the Attic (2009).
  • John Debney was the composer for the score of Iron Man 2.
  • thumb|250pxJohn Debney (b. August 18, 1956) is an American film score composer best known for composing the scores for Jetsons: The Movie (1990), Liar Liar (1997), The Adventures of Elmo in Grouchland (1999), Cats and Dogs (2001), Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius (2001), Spy Kids (2001), Elf (2003), Bruce Almighty (2003), Zathura (2005), Barnyard (2006), The Ant Bully (2006), Everyone's Hero (2006), Spiderman 2 and 3 (2004 and 2007), Hotel for Dogs (2009) and Aliens in the Attic (2009).
  • Academy award nominated John Debney is considered one of the most sought after composers in Hollywood. His unique ability to create memorable work across a variety of genres, as well as his reputation for being remarkably collaborative, have made him the first choice of top level producers and directors. Debney combines his classical training and a strong knowledge of contemporary sounds to easily adapt to any assignment.
  • John Debney (born August 18, 1956) is an American composer and conductor. John will be the composer of the upcoming Ice Age: Collision Course in replace of John Powell who's been the composer of 2nd, 3rd, and 4th films of the Ice Age (franchise).He received an Academy Award nomination for his score for Mel Gibson's The Passion of the Christ (2004). He also composed the score for Cutthroat Island, which has been celebrated by music critics as a notable example of swashbuckling film music.The son of Disney Studios producer Louis Debney (Zorro, The Mickey Mouse Club), John was born and raised in nearby Glendale, California, where he began guitar lessons at age six and played in rock bands in college. Debney earned his B.A. degree in Music Composition from the California Institute of Arts in 1
  • John Debney (born 1956) is an American film, television and video game composer. A protege of both Disney composer Buddy Baker and television composer Mike Post, Debney began his career doing music for rides at Disneyland and Walt Disney World. After leaving Disney, Debney went into television (scoring for shows as diverse as Star Trek the Next Generation to much of the Hanna-Barbera output). While serving as a composer for Hanna-Barbera, he did his first film Jetsons the Movie. He went into film full-time after James Horner recommended him to score Hocus Pocus three years later and got his big break when he replaced David Arnold on 1995's Cutthroat Island.
  • Debney has won Emmy Awards for his music composition on the television series The Young Riders, seaQuest DSV, and The Cape. He was also received an Academy Award nomination for his music in Mel Gibson's epic film The Passion of the Christ, which was co-produced by Steven McEveety. He also composed the score for the Doctor Who television movie produced by FOX in 1996.
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  • John Debney
  • John C. Debney
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  • 1956-08-18
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  • Debney at the Los Angeles premiere of "Raising Helen"
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  • 1990
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  • Glendale, California, United States
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  • John Debney (b. 1956) composed the film score for The Adventures of Elmo in Grouchland, as well as the Creature Shop-effects films Cutthroat Island, Cats & Dogs, Snow Dogs and Old Dogs. His other film scores include The Passion of the Christ, Elf, The Princess Diaries, The Emperor's New Groove, Chicken Little and Spy Kids.
  • John Debney (born August 18, 1956) is an American composer and conductor. John will be the composer of the upcoming Ice Age: Collision Course in replace of John Powell who's been the composer of 2nd, 3rd, and 4th films of the Ice Age (franchise).He received an Academy Award nomination for his score for Mel Gibson's The Passion of the Christ (2004). He also composed the score for Cutthroat Island, which has been celebrated by music critics as a notable example of swashbuckling film music.The son of Disney Studios producer Louis Debney (Zorro, The Mickey Mouse Club), John was born and raised in nearby Glendale, California, where he began guitar lessons at age six and played in rock bands in college. Debney earned his B.A. degree in Music Composition from the California Institute of Arts in 1979. Two weeks after graduating from CalArts, he got a job at copying department at Disney. One day, Buddy Baker saw him and had him arrange music that would later be used for different pavilions and rides at EPCOT Center (at Walt Disney World in Florida). After three years at Disney, he freelanced for television composer Mike Post. Debney furthered his hands-on training by working with Hanna-Barbera composer Hoyt Curtin. After this, Debney went on to score television projects as diverse as Disneyland, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, SeaQuest DSV, A Pup Named Scooby-Doo, The Cape, The Lazarus Man, Piggsburg Pigs!, The Further Adventures of SuperTed, Doctor Who, Cagney and Lacey, Tiny Toon Adventures, The Young Riders, The New Yogi Bear Show, Police Academy: The Animated Series, Fame, Captain Power and the Soldiers of the Future, Dragon's Lair, Freshman Dorm, Pop Quiz and Dink, the Little Dinosaur, for which he won an Emmy for Best Main Title. In the early 1990s, Debney began to score indie films and Disneyland attractions. In 1991, Debney composed the music for Phantom Manor in Disneyland Paris. In 1993, he scored his first studio feature, the Disney comedy Hocus Pocus starring Bette Midler.
  • John Debney is an American film composer. He received an Academy Award nomination for his score for Mel Gibson's The Passion of the Christ. He also composed the score for Cutthroat Island, which has been celebrated by music critics as a notable example of swashbuckling film music.
  • His credit list is extremely lengthy, as he is a much in-demand composer. However, his most noted scores include: The Emperor's New Groove, The Passion of the Christ (which garnered him an Oscar nod), The Ant Bully, Liar Liar, I Know What You Did Last Summer, Inspector Gadget, Spy Kids, The Princess Diaries, Cats & Dogs, The Scorpion King, Bruce Almighty, Elf, Snow Dogs and Sin City.
  • John C. Debney scored Iron Man 2.
  • John Debney is a composer of animated films.
  • John Debney is an American composer and conductor, having worked on the films, Hocus Pocus, Yogi Bear, and The Jungle Book (2016). He has also provided music for television series, Star Trek: The Next Generation and Tiny Toons Adventures (starring Charlie Adler and Tress MacNeille).
  • John Debney did for The Adventures of Elmo in Grouchland, The Emperor's New Groove.
  • John Debney (* 18. August 1956 in Glendale, Kalifornien) ist ein US-amerikanischer Komponist für Filme und Fernsehserien. Er komponierte den Soundtrack für drei Star-Trek-Episoden von [[]] und [[]]. Bekannt ist Debney für die Vertonung einiger Walt-Disney-Produktionen. Debney bekam für seine Musik zu Die Passion Christi eine Oscarnominierung. Außerdem gewann er drei Emmys. Debney hat schon öfters mit Robert Rodriguez und dem ehemaligen Industrial-Musiker Graeme Revell bei der Vertonung von Rodriguez' Filmen zusammengearbeitet.
  • John Debney is the Additional Music Composer of Spider-Man 2 and Spider-Man 3 and Composer for Iron Man 2.
  • He has composed music for some films from Nickelodeon Movies, as well composed the theme song for Supah Ninjas.
  • Debney has won Emmy Awards for his music composition on the television series The Young Riders, seaQuest DSV, and The Cape. He was also received an Academy Award nomination for his music in Mel Gibson's epic film The Passion of the Christ, which was co-produced by Steven McEveety. He also composed the score for the Doctor Who television movie produced by FOX in 1996. In his prolific career, Debney has also composed the film scores for Hocus Pocus, Cutthroat Island, Liar Liar, I Know What You Did Last Summer, Inspector Gadget, The Emperor's New Groove (for which he received an Annie Award nomination), the first two Spy Kids movies, the two Princess Diaries movies, Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius, The Scorpion King, Bruce Almighty, Elf, and Chicken Little, among many others. He was also one of the three composers (along with Graeme Revell and Robert Rodriguez) who wrote the music for 2005's Sin City. He is currently slated to work on the scores for Sin City 2 and Sin City 3.
  • Academy award nominated John Debney is considered one of the most sought after composers in Hollywood. His unique ability to create memorable work across a variety of genres, as well as his reputation for being remarkably collaborative, have made him the first choice of top level producers and directors. Debney combines his classical training and a strong knowledge of contemporary sounds to easily adapt to any assignment. Debney's career seemed almost destined for Hollywood. The son of Disney Studios producer Louis Debney ("Zorro," "The Mickey Mouse Club"), John grew up in nearby Glendale, Calif. where he began guitar lessons at age six and played in rock bands in college. Debney earned his B.A. degree in Music Composition from the California Institute of Arts (1979). After college, Debney's professional entry into the business came from television composing legend Mike Post ("Magnum P.I.," "The Rockford Files," "Law and Order") who gave the young composer his start. Debney furthered his hands-on training by working with Hanna-Barbera composer Hoyt Curtin. With this experience under his belt, Debney went on to score television projects as diverse as "Star Trek: The Next Generation," "A Pup Named Scooby-Doo," and "Sea Quest DSV," for which he won an Emmy for Best Main Title. In the early 1990's, Debney began to score films for indie projects. In 1993 he secured his first studio feature, the Disney comedy "Hocus Pocus" starring Bette Midler. Debney has proven his versatility with films ranging from blockbuster comedies such as "Elf," "Liar Liar" and "Bruce Almighty," action adventures like "The Scorpion King" and "Spy Kids (1 & 2)" to dramatic features including "I Know What You Did Last Summer" and "Sin City." Although Debney had built an industry reputation as a talented composer, it was in 2004 that the rest of the world discovered him. Blending symphonic orchestra, a wide range of world instruments and the beauty of the human voice, Debney composed the landmark score for "The Passion of the Christ." Strong in his faith, Debney was enticed by the idea of working on a project that held deep, spiritual meaning for him. "The Passion of the Christ" became one of the top ten box-office grossing films of all time, and his emotional score for the film connected with viewers and listeners and debuted on Billboard's charts at #1 on the Soundtrack and Christian Album charts and #19 on the Billboard Top 200. The record was certified gold by the RIAA and won the Dove award for Best Instrumental Album. The score was nominated for an Oscar in 2005. In July 2005, fresh off his success with "The Passion of the Christ," he premiered "The Passion of the Christ Symphony" in Rome, Italy. The performance featured an 83-person choir and a 96-piece orchestra, and included special guest vocalist Lisbeth Scott and woodwind soloist Pedro Eustache, plus solo musicians from both the film and the classical worlds. The symphony was a success with the audience erupting into a 15-minute standing ovation catapulting Debney's success not just in Hollywood but worldwide. For his most recent scores, Debney has enlisted world-renowned musicians, including violin virtuoso Joshua Bell on Dreamworks' score for "Dreamer" and trumpet legend Arturo Sandoval on the upcoming OutKast musical "Idlewild." His upcoming projects include "Sin City (2) & (3)"starring female box-office powerhouses Jessica Alba and Rosario Dawson, "Evan Almighty," starring Steve Carrel and Morgan Freeman and animated feature "Ant Bully." In the tradition of classical composers, John Debney enjoys conducting his own work. "A big part of the joy in what I do is that I consider it an honor to stand in front of live musicians and have the opportunity to hear my music played by these talented people." In addition to conducting some of the world's greatest orchestras performing his original works, Debney also conducted the Royal Scottish National Orchestra on a series of classic film scores for Varese Sarabande Records. He has been celebrated for incorporating a myriad of musical styles and techniques into his work, from contemporary beats to ancient instrumentation. Only in his forties, Debney received ASCAP's prestigious Henry Mancini Lifetime Achievement Award in 2005. As director Robert Rodriguez perfectly described it, "It's not the years, it's the mileage."
  • John Debney (b. August 18, 1956) is an American film score composer best known for composing the scores for Jetsons: The Movie (1990), Liar Liar (1997), The Adventures of Elmo in Grouchland (1999), Cats and Dogs (2001), Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius (2001), Spy Kids (2001), Elf (2003), Bruce Almighty (2003), Zathura (2005), Barnyard (2006), The Ant Bully (2006), Everyone's Hero (2006), Spiderman 2 and 3 (2004 and 2007), Hotel for Dogs (2009) and Aliens in the Attic (2009).
  • John Debney was the composer for the score of Iron Man 2.
  • John Debney (born 1956) is an American film, television and video game composer. A protege of both Disney composer Buddy Baker and television composer Mike Post, Debney began his career doing music for rides at Disneyland and Walt Disney World. After leaving Disney, Debney went into television (scoring for shows as diverse as Star Trek the Next Generation to much of the Hanna-Barbera output). While serving as a composer for Hanna-Barbera, he did his first film Jetsons the Movie. He went into film full-time after James Horner recommended him to score Hocus Pocus three years later and got his big break when he replaced David Arnold on 1995's Cutthroat Island. Steadily working since then, he has tackled multiple genres and is known to adapt to any style given to him. He also mentored director Robert Rodriguez on scoring and has collaborated with him on a few scores. Debney has received an Oscar nomination for The Passion of the Christ and won three Emmys, for The Cape (not this one), SeaQuest DSV and The Young Riders.
  • thumb|250pxJohn Debney (b. August 18, 1956) is an American film score composer best known for composing the scores for Jetsons: The Movie (1990), Liar Liar (1997), The Adventures of Elmo in Grouchland (1999), Cats and Dogs (2001), Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius (2001), Spy Kids (2001), Elf (2003), Bruce Almighty (2003), Zathura (2005), Barnyard (2006), The Ant Bully (2006), Everyone's Hero (2006), Spiderman 2 and 3 (2004 and 2007), Hotel for Dogs (2009) and Aliens in the Attic (2009). For Disney, he composed the music for Sport Goofy in Soccermania, Hocus Pocus, My Favorite Martian, Inspector Gadget, The Emperor's New Groove, The Princess Diaries, Snow Dogs, The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement, The Pacifier, Chicken Little, Hannah Montana: The Movie, Old Dogs and the 2016 remake of The Jungle Book. He also composed the soundtracks for Splash Mountain, Haunted Mansion Holiday, Phantom Manor and the Disneyland Paris version of It's a Small World.
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