Ester Dean


Ester Renay Dean is an American Actress and Songwriter Born in Muskogee, Oklahoma, raised in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The youngest of five raised by single mother, in a low-income household. Ester took to writing and singing more as a passage for escape and exit from the dysfunctional childhood full of bullying inside and outside the home. . Writing all her emotions in her songs, At a young age Ester learned how to channel her pain into her music. Using creative writing, as self-therapy. Helping her cope with a hard life, poverty, and big dreams in a small town with no glimpse of a positive future ahead. At the age of 15 Her mother moved Ester and Deandria to Omaha, Nebraska. Leaving her older siblings in Tulsa, Oklahoma the separation made Ester again dig deeper for a connection, drawing her closer to the music and the music industry. Singing in every studio. Writing for local Omaha rappers and producers. Ester unknowingly grass-rooted herself. Learning the ends and outs of her talent and creativity At 20yrs, old Esther made a bold move packed her bags and left Omaha with only $500 in her pocket she drove 18 hours alone to Atlanta Georgia to crack into the music industry She sang for anyone who would listen. At a Charlie Wilson concert, Ester sat backstage humming a tune to herself. When music producer Tricky Stewart heard he immediately asked her to set up a meeting. Tricky unaware of the songs in Esters' heart. He was blown away when she played samples of not only her voice but her songwriting ability. He signed her to a small publishing deal that allow Dean to grow and connect with other known writers and producers. Allowing Ester the tools, tricks, patterns and skills to writing a potential Top 40 song. Dean spent countless hours chipping her way through the massive music industry Ester's big Break came when she collaborated with major producers Stargate. Created Esters first #1 Rihanna's hit song "Rude Boy". She went on to write "What's my name", "Where have you been" and several other Rihanna hits as well as Katie Perry's "Firework" And Nicki Minaj "Superbass". Being named "The Song Machine" in an article in The New Yorkers Music Section written by John Seabrook Esters goals and dreams did not stop there 2012 Esther set out to conquer the voice over world lending her naturally animated squeaky boyish voice to Blue Sky Mega Franchise Ice Age Continental Drift and Fox film Rio Cracking just a tiny chip in the animation world Ester continued to write songs for A-list artists and movie soundtracks. When she was approached to write the end title song "Let it Grow" for the movie "The Lorax". Writing and delivering to Universal within five hours from the request. Showing that she was here to work hard. After making a great impression. Ester shared with to Mike Knobloch at Universal her passion to find her place on the acting side of the film industry. Mike soon after sent Ester to casting. Right at the Pitch Perfect time. Ester was asked to audition for a small upcoming movie about a girl Capella group. She jumped at the chance to audition and landed the role of Cynthia Rose in the hit movie "Pitch Perfect'' going on to costar in "Pitch Perfect 2". Now Ester Dean is grass-rooting herself into the vast industry of film and television with laser focus, strong work ethic, and a positive mind there no limit to what her future holds "Entertaining is what I love to do. From writing fun songs to make you dance. To singing a love song to make you fall in love. Being silly on the TV screen to make you laugh. To delivering a great dialog in a drama to make you cry. My life is all about connecting with people. Hoping to make the world feel like we are all one beating heart if only for second".......Ester Dean


Movie Name Release Date
Pitch Perfect 3 February 2, 2018