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Edward Shearmur

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Edward Shearmur
Born (1966-02-28) 28 February 1966 (age 55)
London, England, United Kingdom
Occupation(s)Film scorer, composer

Edward Shearmur (also known as Ed Shearmur; born 28 February 1966) is a British film composer. Born in London, England, at age 7 he sang in the boys' choir at Westminster Cathedral. Educated at Eton College, he studied at the Royal College of Music and went on to a scholarship at Pembroke College at the University of Cambridge. He worked as orchestration and conducting assistant to Michael Kamen on such films as Licence to Kill, Die Hard, Lethal Weapon and the acclaimed Don Juan DeMarco) before scoring his first full-length feature film The Cement Garden[1] which won the director's prize at the Berlin Film Festival. His first major feature score was that of The Wings of the Dove (1997). He has since scored a diverse range of popular films, including both Charlie's Angels[1] outings, Cruel Intentions, Species II, and K-PAX.[1]

In addition to his film work, Shearmur has collaborated as keyboardist and arranger with a number of prominent rock musicians, including Eric Clapton, Annie Lennox, Pink Floyd, Marianne Faithfull, Bryan Adams, Echo & the Bunnymen, Jimmy Page and Robert Plant.

Ambient artist David Helpling has cited Shearmur's compositional style as a major influence on his work.

Shearmur was married to film producer Allison Shearmur (née Brecker) until her death from lung cancer in January 2018. They have two children.[2]

Filmography

Film

Television

References

  1. ^ a b c Goldwasser, Dan (10 August 2001). "The Talented Mr. Shearmur". SoundtrackNet. Retrieved 31 July 2010.
  2. ^ Kit, Borys; Kilday, Gregg (19 January 2018). "'Star Wars' and 'Hunger Games' Producer Allison Shearmur Dies at 54". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 20 January 2018.

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