Curtis Marolt is an experienced composer/producer and a rising star in the music industry. His work with network and cable television, feature films, interactive books, games, casino gaming and multimedia have earned him a great deal of recognition from Disney/Pixar, Dreamworks, CBS, MTV, Fox, CW, TLC, ABC Family, Sesame Street, McDonald's, Ubisoft, Dimension Films, Oxygen, Nickelodeon and many others. He is currently senior composer/sound engineer with Incredible Technologies, an adjunct faculty member with Columbia College and a contributing composer for many successful music libraries.
His work with Disney/Pixar has included scoring original music for interactive titles such as: Wall-E, Toy Story, The Incredibles, Cars, Monsters Inc., The Little Einsteins, and Cinderella just to name a few. The products on which he has worked have kept children entertained while the story comes alive as well as enhancing reading skills.
As a producer, Curtis has taken his "hook driven" chops to the pop arena for artists Sherrie Adams, David James Jr., Sarah Leichtenberg and countless others. With pop hits such as "Take My Body"(as heard on the hit Fox show Fringe & Melrose Place), "Sweat" and "Come On"(as heard on Melrose Place and "Greek"), "Name In Lights" as heard on Greek, SUPRSTR (As heard on "The Insider"), Nasty Love (as heard on MTV's "Warren The Ape") and rock anthems like "Legal in My Mind", Curtis is sought after for his ability to generate Pop classics in any genre.
In addition, Curtis has taken his memorable melodies to the online gaming arena. His compositions are the foundation for the unique environments in McDonald's new "Virtual World". Go to happymeal.com and check it out!
Curtis currently lives and works in and around Chicago, IL.