Frank Wildhorn is an American composer.
In 1999, Wildhorn became the first American composer in twenty two years to have three shows running simultaneously on Broadway: Jekyll & Hyde at the Plymouth Theatre, The Scarlet Pimpernel at the Minskoff, and The Civil War at the St. James Theatre.
In the popular music arena, Wildhorn has worked with such artists as Natalie Cole, Kenny Rogers, Sammy Davis Jr., Trisha Yearwood, Tracy Lawrence, Trace Adkins, Patti LaBelle, Jennifer Holliday, Dennis DeYoung and Linda Eder, to whom he was married. His Where Do Broken Hearts Go? was an international number one hit for Whitney Houston in the late 1980s.
He was named Creative Director of Atlantic Theatre, a division of Atlantic Records which specializes in developing new American musical works and their potential stars while strengthening the relationship between commercial theatre and the music industry.
In 2005, he co-founded *GlobalVision Records with long-time collaborator Jeremy Roberts. GlobalVision releases include a new concept recording of Dracula, and a new studio recording of Jekyll & Hyde: Resurrection