Louis Febre

Mexican born Emmy Award-winning composer Louis Febre found his humble beginnings churning out music for films for PM Entertainment in the 90’s, before meeting his mentor John Debney and forming a partnership that would produce successful collaborative efforts up to the present time.

Louis collaborated with John Debney on such films as Doctor Who, Cats and Dogs, Jimmy Neutron and Chicken Little, as well as the television show The Cape, which would earn them an Emmy for Best Dramatic Underscore.

In 2001, Louis could be found collaborating with Steve Jablonsky on the first season of the hit television series Desperate Housewives

Louis also collaborated with Mark Snow on the X-Files movie, which led to another collaboration on the hit show Smallville.  Louis became the sole credited composer for Smallville in 2007, and continued working on Smallville for the next 5 years.

Febre has enjoyed solo success with the movies Swimfan, and Tower of Terror (Disney), and a set of Scooby-Doo straight-to-video movies. He earned an Annie Award nomination for his score for Scooby-Doo and the Alien Invaders. That same year, he won a Pixie Award for the independent short film: Revenge of the Red Balloon.

Louis’ recent work includes a collaboration with Mark Isham on both ABC’s  “Once Upon a Time” and “Once Upon a Time in Wonderland” as well as an acclaimed indie film called “Bastards Y Diablos.”