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Harry Gregson-Williams

Los Angeles
HARRY GREGSON-WILLIAMS is one of Hollywood’s most sought-after and prolific composers whose long list of film and television credits underscore the diverse range of his talents.  Gregson-Williams was the composer on all four installments of the animated blockbuster “Shrek” franchise, garnering a BAFTA Award nomination for the score for the Oscar-winning “Shrek.”  He also received Golden Globe and Grammy Award nominations for his score for Andrew Adamson’s “The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe.” He has collaborated multiple times with a number of directors, including Ben Affleck on the films “Live by Night,” “The Town” and “Gone Baby Gone”; Joel Schumacher on “Twelve,” “The Number 23,” “Veronica Guerin” and “Phone Booth”; Tony Scott on “Unstoppable, The Taking of Pelham 1 2 3,” “Déjà Vu,” “Domino,” “Man on Fire,” “Spy Game” and “Enemy of the State”; Ridley Scott on “The Martian,” “Prometheus”, “Exodus: Gods and Kings and “Kingdom of Heaven”; Bille August on “Return to Sender” and “Smilla’s Sense of Snow”; Andrew Adamson on the Shrek series, the first two Narnia movies and “Mr. Pip”; and Antoine Fuqua on “The Replacement Killers,” “The Equalizer” and most recently “The Equalizer 2.”

Gregson-Williams is writing the music for Disney’s live-action feature film “Mulan” scheduled for release in 2020. Some of his recent film projects include “The Meg” directed by Jon Turteltaub, Aardman Animation’s “Early Man” directed by Nick Park for which he received an Annie Award nomination and Disneynature’s “Penguins.” For television, he and his brother, composer Rupert Gregson-Williams most recently wrote the music for the limited series “Catch-22” directed and executive produced by George Clooney for Hulu. He created the main title theme and scored two episodes for Amazon’s 10-episode sci-fi anthology series “Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams” and received an Emmy nomination in 2018 for the episode titled “The Commuter.”