Bobby LeFebre

Bobby LeFebre

 Denver, Colorado, USA
BandSpoken Word

Bobby LeFebre is a two time Denver Grand Slam Champion, a National Poetry Slam Finalist, an Individual World Poetry Slam Finalist, and has been a member of the SlamNuba National Poetry Slam Team since 2007. The socially conscious Latino Slam Poet has been ranked the 10th best slam poet in the world!

Biography

Bobby LeFebre is an award-winning spoken word artist, actor, and social worker. He is a two time Grand Slam Champion, a National Poetry Slam Finalist, an Individual World Poetry Slam Finalist, and has been a member of three National Poetry Slam Teams. Bobby is managed by Layman Lyric Productions for performance poetry booking.

LeFebre is a company actor with Denver's only Latino Theater, El Centro Su Teatro, and has performed in countless productions as an actor for the last ten years.

Bobby is represented by Radical Artists Agency who manages Colorado's top actors for work in film, television, commercials, industrials, voice-overs, theater, and commercial print. He has landed national and international commercial spots, voice-over work, and uses his talent as a spoken word artist to stretch the boundaries of conventional acting.

Combining his passion for education and performance, LeFebre is founder of Cafe Cultura, Denver's largest monthly open mic and artistic expression event serving the Mile High inner-city community. The event was voted best open mic in 2007, and has showcased both local and national talent.

As a performer, LeFebre has taught and performed poetry and spoken word at cultural events, protests, schools, detention centers, and colleges and universities across the United States. He has been featured in a number of publications including The Denver Post, Viva Colorado, El Semenario, and Westword, and has been seen and heard on KGNU radio, KUVO radio, and the Latin View television show. He was also the recipient of the 2008 Cesar Chavez Peace and Justice Award. He has shared stages with the top performance poets in the nation, Grammy-nominated musicians Les Nubian, Amy Goodman of Democracy Now, Dead Prez, UNIVERSES, Saul Williams, Bahamadia, The Chicano Messengers of Spoken Word, D.J. Kool Herc, Talib Kweli, Gil Scott-Heron, Sandra Maria Esteves, and The Last Poets.

LeFebre was recently featured in the first-year report from the National Museum of the American Latino Commission to President Obama and Congress addressing the importance of the museum on the National Mall in Washington DC.