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John Powell
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Age: 54, born 18 September 1963

Country of origin: United Kingdom


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Description: English composer and conductor, best known for his scores to motion pictures. After studying at London's Trinity College of Music, Powell rose to fame in the late 1990s and 2000s, scoring numerous animated films, in addition to his live-action collaborations with directors Doug Liman and Paul Greengrass. He has been based in Los Angeles since 1997 and has composed the scores to over fifty feature films. His 2010 score for the film How to Train Your Dragon earned him his first Academy Award nomination at the 83rd Academy Awards. He was a member of Hans Zimmer's music studio, Remote Control Productions, and collaborated frequently ... (more)
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"1. How to Train Your Dragon (2010 - 2014) 2. Shrek (2001) 3. Happy Feet (2006 - 2011)"



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