Eric Hester

Eric Hester
Birth name Eric John Michael Hester
Born (1974-01-09) January 9, 1974
Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Origin Los Angeles, California
Genres film score
Occupation(s) Composer, Songwriter, Arranger
Years active 1992 present

Eric John Michael Hester (born January 9, 1974) is an American composer. Hester was in the running to win a CableACE Award when he was 19 years old, according to an article by Gergely Hubai on the Eric Hester website.[1]

Early life and family

Eric Hester was born on January 9, 1974 in Las Vegas, Nevada. In 1979, he moved with his family to Newport Beach, California. In 1988, he moved to San Clemente where he attended San Clemente High School and studied with composer and songwriter, Mike Bacich, of Oingo Boingo. In 1992, Hester moved to Los Angeles, where he attended the University of California, Los Angeles extension program.

Hester's first composing work came on Roundhouse, on Nickelodeon, which he was nominated for the CableACE Award in 1995 for the song, "Second Chance".

Album Producer

Hester was a contributing producer on the Britney Spears song "Follow Me" (also the theme to Nickelodeon's Zoey 101). He also was the string arranger on the track.

Film and television scores

The following list consists of select films and television shows for which Eric Hester wrote the score and/or songs.[2][3]





External links


  1. Hubai, G. (2010) Biography of Eric Hester. Retrieved from
  2. Eric Hester at the Internet Movie Database
  3. Eric Hester
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