Leopoldo Gout is a film producer, film, graphic novelist, writer and composer Mexican. Gout is the author of the novel Radio death, published by HarperCollins, and executive producer of animated film Little Spirit: Christmas in New York with NBC and Curious Pictures.
Leopoldo Gout was born in Mexico City, Mexico and contemporary art from Central Saint Martins School of the Arts in London. In 1996, Leopold founded the Group of Mexican art and production company Calabazitaz (English: tender Squash), with his brother Everardo Gout, also a director, writer and producer. Leopold wrote, directed and produced several short animation, that also composed film, original scores of Calabazitaz entity. Eberhard and Leopold developed Calabazitaz developed in house Buñuel / Voodoo Post, a producer of films, animation, TV documentaries and music videos with worldwide distribution.
In 2004, he joined Curious Pictures in New York city and became a partner and executive producer. 2008 Leopold became a key Executive in James Patterson entertainment in 2006 in collaboration with James Patterson in the Dangerous days of Daniel X graphic novel. Leopold manages the co-production agreement between James Patterson entertainment and Curious Pictures to develop Patterson-author of young adults in the animated titles motion media.
The first novel of Leopold, Radio death, it was published in 2008 by HarperCollins.