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Les Hooper

Les Hooper is a composer in Los Angeles, US. His music ranges from classical to blues and jazz; from commercials to concert commissions. His credits include films, television, commercials, live performances, orchestral commissions, and many published pieces of music. He has received Emmies and Grammy nominations, as well as Clio and film festival awards.


  • Filmography 1
  • Television credits (partial) 2
  • Awards and nominations 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5


Television credits (partial)

Year Title Info Limited? Label OOP / SOLD OUT
1979 Lou Grant Incomplete episodes:
"Denial" (season 2)
"Sweep" (season 2)
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|| 1979 || Rhoda || last season || 1979-80 || Man Called Sloan || various episodes || 1982 || The Master || season || 1979-81 || Charlies Angels || various episodes


Awards and nominations

  • Emmy "The Newperformers" NBC
  • Clio "United Airlines Commercial"
  • Grammy "Look What They've Done" Album (nomination)
  • Grammy "Raisin the Roof" Album (nomination)
  • Grammy "The Four of Us" Album (nomination)
  • Grammy "Easy to Love" Album (nomination)
  • Grammy "Anything Goes" Album (nomination)


  1. ^ 1st hand experience

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