Deborah Lurie

Deborah Ruth Lurie (born March 9, 1974) is an American composer, arranger, and music producer. She has scored several films such as ''Sleepover'' (2004), ''An Unfinished Life'', ''Mozart and the Whale'', (both 2005), ''Sydney White'' (2007), ''Dear John'' (2010), ''One for the Money'' (2012), ''Safe Haven'' (2013), and ''Poms'' (2019). She has been a string arranger for musicians such as Brandi Carlile, Kelly Clarkson, Allison Iraheta, Adam Lambert, and Katy Perry. Lurie has also been a string arranger for several rock bands such as 3 Doors Down, Bon Jovi, Creed, Halestorm, Papa Roach, Simple Plan, The All-American Rejects, and Three Days Grace, though her best known collaborations have been with Hoobastank and Theory of a Deadman.

In 2015, the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers awarded Lurie the Shirley Walker Award for her contributions to the diversity of film and television music. She was one of the composers interviewed in ''Score: A Film Music Documentary''. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences extended membership to Lurie in 2016 for her contributions to motion pictures. Provided by Wikipedia
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