Benjamin Gregson-Williams (born April 20, 1998) is a British American composer, orchestrator, conductor, and music producer. He is an older brother of composers Annie Gregson-Williams, Anthony Gregson-Williams, Christopher Gregson-Williams and Mark Gregson-Williams. Early life and education
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Benjamin Gregson-Williams (born April 20, 1998) is a British American composer, orchestrator, conductor, and music producer. He is an older brother of composers Annie Gregson-Williams, Anthony Gregson-Williams, Christopher Gregson-Williams and Mark Gregson-Williams. 1 Early life and education 2...
Ben Gregson-Williams was born 20 April 1998 in London, England, United Kingdom to Harry Gregson-Williams (1961) and Karen Ducey (1969). Ancestors are from the United Kingdom, France, India, Ireland, Israel, Russia, Poland, Spain.
- 20 April 1998 London, England, United Kingdom
- Karen Ducey (1969)
- Harry Gregson-Williams (1961)
- Composer, conductor, music producer
Benjamin Gregson-Williams (born April 20, 1998) is a British American composer.
Gregson-Williams created the main title theme and scored two episodes for Amazon's 10-episode sci-fi anthology series "Philip K. Dick's Electric Dreams." For the episode titled "The Commuter," he received an Emmy nomination in the category of Outstanding Music Composition for a Limited Series, Movie or Special (Original Dramatic Score).
Gregson-Williams won a musical scholarship to St John's College School in Cambridge at the age of seven. He was a child chorister at the school and later attended Stowe School, a boarding independent school in the civil parish of Stowe in Buckinghamshire, where he was a music scholar.
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Oct 06, 2006 · Gregson-Williams, 44, is the composer of the megahit Shrek movies (the first of which won him an Annie Award), the medieval epic Kingdom of Heaven (winner of a Satellite Award) and last year’s hugely popular The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (a Golden Globe nominee).
Gregson-Williams has scored three of the five games in the highly successful Metal Gear Solid franchise for Konami and recently scored Call of Duty for Activision which became the top selling video game of 2014 and which earned him various music gaming awards.
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