Eric DelaBarre is an award-winning author, filmmaker, speaker, and New York Times Best Selling Ghostwriter for Random House/Penquin.
Eric began his career with Universal Studios and Dick Wolf on NBC’s mega-hit drama, Law & Order. He is a 25 year member of the Writer’s Guild of America and his work has been sold around the world on HBO, Cinemax, Showtime, Starz, USA Networks, and NBC Universal. He won the Newport Beach Film Festival with his first film Kate’s Addiction, which was picked up by Lions Gate Films for Domestic Distribution and Saban Films International.
His Stop The Cycle PSA for the American Lung Association netted him a Best Director nomination for the ITS Monitor Award against NFL Films, Coca-Cola, Budweiser and the Sony Vios. He was awarded the Gelett Burgess Children’s Book GOLD MEDAL and the Reader’s Favorite GOLD MEDAL for his children’s adventure novel, Saltwater Taffy.
He is past president of the Boys & Girls Club Council of Santa Monica and feature writer for Boys Life Magazine. Dubbed the ‘Tony Robbins for 10 year olds,’ Eric travels the country inspiring young minds about literacy and their overall potential in life. He lives and works in Santa Monica, California with his wife, Julie DelaBarre and their two amazing children, Emery and Parker!