Liza Richardson

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Liza Richardson (b. Phoenix, Arizona [1]) is a music supervisor on numerous films and TV shows, and a DJ on her weekly Saturday evening radio show on KCRW, an eclectic music and NPR news radio station based in Santa Monica, California. Her music supervisor credits include the critically acclaimed TV show Friday Night Lights, films The Kids Are All Right, Lords of Dogtown, Y Tu Mama Tambien (which garnered her a Grammy nomination), Nacho Libre (music consultant) and Surf's Up. In February 2007, she was tapped to be the first DJ to spin for the Academy Awards ceremony. Liza is the music supervisor for popular 2010-11 TV shows including Hawaii Five-0 and Parenthood.

Richardson studied dance at the Interlochen Arts Camp in Interlochen, Michigan and at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas where she received a BFA in Theater and Dance.[1]

In 2002, Liza starred in one of the Apple Switch ad campaign commercials.


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