Brian Tyler
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Brian Tyler is a composer of over 50 films and was recently nominated for “Film Composer of the Year” by the International Film Music Critics Association. He composed and conducted the scores for “Eagle Eye” for producer Steven Spielberg, the box office hits “Fast Five” and “Fast and Furious,” “The Expendables” and “Rambo” directed by Sylvester Stallone, “Law Abiding Citizen” starring Jamie Foxx and Gerard Butler, the Keanu Reeves thriller “Constantine,” and the epic science fiction film “Battle: Los Angeles.”

He began scoring features shortly after he received his bachelor’s degree from UCLA and his master’s degree from Harvard University. Tyler’s score for Bill Paxton’s “Frailty” won him a World Soundtrack Award in 2002 as well as The World Soundtrack Award as Best New Film Composer of the Year. The following year he received Emmy nominations for his scores to “The Last Call” and “Transformers: Prime.” He has also won five ASCAP Film Music Awards and the most BMI Awards in 2011 (five).

Tyler is a multi-instrumentalist - playing drums, piano, guitar, orchestral and world percussion, bass, cello, guitarviol, charango, bouzouki, amongst others. After composing the score for “The Hunted” for Academy Award-winning director William Friedkin, Tyler found himself on the cover of Film Score Monthly Magazine dubbed as “The Future of Film Scoring.” He then composed the score for Disney’s “The Greatest Game Ever Played” starring Shia LaBeouf. His score for “The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift” hit #1 on the iTunes soundtrack sales charts while his soundtrack for “Children of Dune” was the #4 best selling album on during March of 2003.

Other credits include 20th Century Fox’s science-fiction film “Timeline” directed by Richard Donner, “Alien vs Predator: Requiem,” “Star Trek: Enterprise,” “Transformers Prime,” and Steven Spielberg’s upcoming series “Terra Nova.” His music has been used in a multitude of film trailers including “Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull,” “The Departed,” and “The Chronicles of Narnia.” He is also the executive producer and composer for the upcoming thriller “Columbus Circle.” Tyler was recently inducted into the music branch of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.