LC Powell

Multi-Grammy® and Emmy® winning music creative LC Powell (formerly Laura Dickinson) is best known for their voice acting work for Riot Games (League of Legends) and extensive work for Disney, with selected credits including four seasons of Phineas and Ferb and Sofia the First, both Frozen films, Elena of Avalor, The Little Mermaid Live, Phineas and Ferb: Candace Against The Universe, Ralph Breaks the Internet, Lady and the Tramp (2019) and Mulan (2020).

Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross’ “The Way It Used to Be” for Watchmen (HBO) featuring Mx. Powell’s principal vocal work received critical acclaim and was nominated for a 2020 Emmy® award.  “Something In The Air” from Elena of Avalor featuring a vocal ensemble that LC contracted and directed was nominated for a 2021 Daytime Emmy® award.  Other recent selected credits include Disenchanted, Perry Mason, Paul McCartney’s Egypt Station, Christmas on the Square with Dolly Parton, The Orville, Marvel’s WandaVision & Dr. Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, Cherry, Q: Into The Storm, The Morning Show, Esther Povitsky’s Hot For My Name, Summer Camp Island, Close Enough, Perfect Harmony, American Horror Story, Disenchantment, Justin Timberlake and Chris Stapleton’s Say Something video, and The Secret Life of Pets 2.

LC is a long-time member of the American Society of Music Arrangers and Composers, joining their Board of Directors in 2019 ( and is passionate about NARAS’ #GiveCredit initiative.  LC has also served as one of Michael Bublé’s music contractors and his support vocal director/arranger since 2015.  LC was grateful to open for Tony Bennett, Bob Newhart, and Lyle Lovett.  Previous principal soloist work with Latin American Jazz Orchestra, Owensboro Symphony, Santa Rosa Symphony, New West Symphony, United Nations Ambassador Ricky Kej, and Salt Lake City Jazz Orchestra has brought great musical joy, in addition to an 18-year relationship with Laguna Beach’s Festival of the Arts / Pageant of the Masters as Principal Vocalist, Vocal Contractor / Supervisor, Recording Engineer, and Music Synchronist.

Mx. Powell is currently working as lead composer on an upcoming animated television series and independent short film, in addition to multiple projects in development as a writer.