Douglas Romayne Net Worth
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The main source of income: Musicians
Total Net Worth at the moment 2019 year – is about $192,4 Million.
Douglas Romayne information Birth date: June 21, 1974 Birth place: New York, USA Profession:Music Department, Composer, Soundtrack
:How tall is Douglas Romayne – 1,85m.
How much weight is Douglas Romayne – 54kg
Douglas Romayne (born on June 21, 1974) is a composer writing music for moving pictures (television, film, new media). He is Irish, Scottish and Croatian and works out of his home production studio in Venice, California.Romayne studied music and advanced orchestration at the University of Chicago and DePaul University with Cliff Colnot, Chicago Symphony Orchestra new music conductor and took private composition studies with composer Hans Wurman, father of Alex Wurman. He studied film scoring at the University of Southern California Thornton School of Music Scoring for Motion Pictures and Television Program, where he was taught by Christopher Young and Elmer Bernstein among others. He won the BMI Film Music Award, the PCFMF Gold Medal for Outstanding Achievement in Film Music, Best Use of Score nomination by The Film & TV Music Academy and co-scored the Duck Dodgers episode Invictus Interruptus that won the Annie Award for Outstanding Music in an Animated Television Production.Two years after graduating from USC, Romayne was invited by Joss Whedon to score his cult series Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Since then, Romayne has scored 8 seasons of television and over 30 films. He met Whedon while working for Chris Beck as Assistant Music Director on the Emmy-nominated Buffy the Vampire Slayer musical Once More, with Feeling. Following Buffy Romayne co-scored seasons four and five of Whedons Angel for Fox, David Greenwalts supernatural thriller Miracles, Rob Bowmans action-packed series starring Taye Diggs Day Break for Touchstone TV and Warner Bros. Animations Looney Toons series Duck Dodgers.Romaynes film work scoring independent features and documentaries includes the Screamfest Crystal Skull winner H.H.Holmes, studio projects include additional music on Big Fat Liar, The Skulls III and The Skulls II for Universal, Stealing Harvard for Sony, Interstate 60 for Samuel Goldwyn Films, and short projects include a strong showing of award-winning films by emerging director including Rocketboy – honored with Best Comic Film award (Comic-Con), Best Film (Malibu Celebration of Films Festival), Gold Medal for Musical Excellence (PCFMF) and Best Use of Score (Film & TV Music Academy) – among many others.
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