Norman Arnold has composed and produced music for the most frequently watched and highest rated programs on television. He has composed music and themes for socially engaging films that address our nation's most important issues.
He has created music for Warner Bros. Disney, ABC, NBC Universal, CNN, Turner, PBS, The Discovery Channel and National Geographic Network with subjects ranging from the Iraq War, The Don’t Ask Don’t Tell Policy, LGBT Rights and the Fight for $15 to increase the minimum wage.
In 2019 he scored the Emmy Winning film "Orchard House", home of "Little Women" author Louisa May Alcott.
Originally from Toronto, Canada and educated in the U.S. he now resides in the Laurel Canyon neighborhood in