From a very young age, Eban Schletter had a
hobby of making Super 8 films and scoring them
himself in an extremely lo-tech manner. He spent much of his after school time at the piano either writing his own music or figuring out piano
renditions of his favorite songs and movie themes. In high school he was asked to be the drummer for a hardcore punk band The Missionaries, and soon found himself drumming for various Bay Area bands such as Kwik Way and Speed Queens.

Meanwhile, Eban's friend Michael Moreira, who
at the time fronted the band The Undesirables,
offered Eban the chance to demo some of his
instrumental ideas on a cassette 4-track, in the
process teaching Eban the basics of recording.
The two eventually played together in the band
Twitch (Eban on bass, Michael on drums).

In 1989 Eban became the drummer for San
Francisco rockers Stone Fox, with whom he
performed in drag under the name of "Debbie"
(to preserve the "all girl" nature of the band)
until 1991 when he went to law school at the
University Of San Francisco. After passing the
California Bar Exam in 1993, he moved to Los
Angeles. Although he found it difficult to find
employment as a lawyer, he did find work as a musician.

In 1996 he landed a job composing music for
HBO’s “Mr. Show with Bob and David.” His work
there won a CableACE award and an Emmy
nomination. Since then, Eban has been consistently working in films and television.

  • Fat Actress (Showtime, 2005)
  • Drawn Together (Comedy Central, 2004)
  • Father Of the Pride (Dreamworks, (2004)
  • Kathy Griffin: The D-List (Bravo, 2004)
  • The Osbourne Family Christmas Special (MTV, 2003)
  • Life Of Luxury (ABC, 2003)
  • Wake Up Your Smile: The Best Of The Ben Stiller Show (Comedy Central, 2003)
  • The Real Roseanne Show (ABC, 2003)
  • Ask Rita (syndicated, 2003)
  • Trigger Happy TV (Comedy Central, 2003)
  • MTV Movie Awards (MTV, 2003, 2002, 1999)
  • Big in 2002 Awards (VH1, 2002)
  • Spongebob Squarepants (Nickelodeon, 2000-2002)
  • Dave Foley’s The True Meaning of Christmas Specials (CBC, 2002)
  • Battlebots (Comedy Central, 2000-2002)
  • Contact with George Anderson (ABC, 2002)
  • MTV's Kidnapped (MTV, 2002)
  • Inside TV Land: The Pitch (TV Land, 2001)
  • VH1/Vogue Fashion Awards (VH1, 2000)
  • Ellen DeGeneres: “The Beginning” (HBO, 2000)
  • Running With Scissors (Oxygen, 2000)
  • Cousin Skeeter (Nickelodeon, 2000)
  • The Television Show with John Henson (ABC, 2000)
  • Senseless Acts Of Video (MTV, 2000)
  • Web Riot (MTV, 1999)
  • The Best TV You’ve Never Seen (And Some You Have) (ABC, 1999)
  • David Cross: The Pride Is Back (HBO, 1999)
  • Peta Party Of The Century (VH1, 1999)
  • MTV Movie Awards: Austin Powers/Billy Crystal open (MTV, 1999)
  • Random Play (VH1, 1999) Vs. (Comedy Central, 1999)
  • Frank Leaves For The Orient (Comedy Central, 1999)
  • Protect And Serve: Shocking Police Videos (UPN, 1999)
  • Teen People’s 21 Hot Stars Under 21 (ABC, 1999)
  • Celebrity Weddings In Style (ABC, 1999)
  • The Best Commercials You’ve Never Seen (And Some You Have) I-VI (ABC, 1998-2000)
  • Tenacious D (HBO, 1997,1999)
  • Billy’s Opening Film (69th/70th Annual Academy Awards, 1997, 1998)
  • Pulp Comics - Dana Gould (Comedy Central, 1998)
  • The Super Adventure Team (MTV, 1998)
  • Mafia -What Went Wrong (E!, 1998)
  • Casper - The Animated Series (Universal/Fox, 1997)
  • HBO 1/2 Hr. Comedy Specials (1997)
  • The Jenny McCarthy Show (MTV, 1997)
  • Chris Rock Champaign Video; opening underscore (MTV, 1997)
  • Road to Aspen (HBO, 1997)
  • Def Comedy Jam (HBO, 1996)
  • Andrew Taylor VH1 Fashion Awards (MTV Networks, 1996)
  • Mr. Show with Bob and David (HBO, 1996, 1997, 1998)
  • The Big Scary Movie Show (Sci-Fi Network, 1995)
  • Comedy Product (Comedy Central, 1995)
  • Dumb and Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd (Dir. Troy Miller, New Line Cinema, 2003)
  • Welcome Space Brothers (Dir. George Nachtrieb, Rusted Fork Media, 2003)
  • Run Ronnie Run (Dir. Troy Miller, 2002)
  • The Announcement (Dir. Troy Miller, Dakota Films, 2001)
  • Sham (Dir. Augusta, It’s A Chick Productions, 1999)
  • Malaika (Dir. Marina Martins, I.Q. Entertainment, 1998)
  • Pain and Parking In Los Angeles (Dir. David Bret Egan, 2001)
  • Greg Ford For Congress (Dir. Steve Lipscomb, 1998)
  • Soul Mates (Dir. Dana Gould, 2003)
  • Following Tildy (Dir. Jonathan Schmock, 2002)
  • Acting On Intuition (Dir. Robin Bianchi, 2002)
  • Agent 15 (Dir. Augusta, 2001)
  • The Bomb (Dir. Jay Johnston, 2000)
  • Tripple Ripple (Dir. Deidre Elissa, 1998)
  • Mean Black Pussy (Dir. Steve Danielson, 1998)
  • Statical Planets (Dir. Joel Hodgson, 1997)
  • Progress (Dir. Gina Prince, 1997)
  • Desert (Dir. Jay Johnston, 1995)
  • The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie (Music Consultant) (Dir. Stephen Hillenberg, Nickelodeon Movies, 2004)
  • Scored Reese Witherspoon video for “The Declaration of Independence Road Trip” traveling exhibit, produced by Norman Lear (2002)
  • Rock ‘n’ Roll Dad for (2000)
  • Co-arranger, Andy Prieboy’s White Trash Wins Lotto (1999)
  • “Intermission Organist” on Tool’s Aenima, (1997)

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