Rebecca Kneubuhl is a Los Angeles based composer whose scores and voice can be heard worldwide across film, television and video game platforms.

Currently Rebecca is scoring Disney Channel’s popular series SYDNEY TO THE MAX and coming this fall to ABC, co-scoring new procedural drama STUMPTOWN with frequent collaborator Gabriel Mann. Recent work also includes the theme and interstitial music for TOSH.O (Comedy Central). 

The song "Does She Love" co-written for a special episode of Rosewood was nominated for a 2017 GUILD OF MUSIC SUPERVISORS AWARD for Best Song/Recording Created for Television.

Rebecca has scored several animated features for Mattel properties including BARBIE and HOT WHEELS, including Mattel's pop-culture phenomenon "LIFE IN THE DREAMHOUSE," which has amassed billions of views worldwide.

Additional network television credits include ANGEL FROM HELL (CBS), THE GEENA DAVIS SHOW (CBS) and ONE ON ONE (UPN). While working with composer Jonathan Wolff, Rebecca also wrote additional music for numerous seasons of many sitcoms including WILL AND GRACE (NBC). 

Selected video game scores include the LEGEND OF SPYRO trilogy (Vivendi Universal), SABOTEUR (Pandemic), TIMESHIFT (Saber Interactive), NO ONE LIVES FOREVER (Fox Interactive) and CRASH: TWINSANITY (Vivendi Universal).

Rebecca graduated from the USC Thornton School of Music with a bachelor's degree in Music Composition. She previously studied classical piano, voice, and conducting at the University of Puget Sound. She is a past participant of BMI's 20th annual conducting workshop for composers, led by Lucas Richman. She currently resides in LA with her husband and three daughters.