Clint Mansell
Clint Mansell

Clint Mansell

About Clint Mansell

Also known as lead singer of alternative band Pop Will Eat Itself from the late '80s through the mid-'90s, English musician Clint Mansell transitioned to film and television scoring shortly thereafter, beginning with his off-kilter, often menacing mix of orchestral and electronic music for director Darren Aronofsky. His first two films, the paranoid Pi (1998) and the drug-addled Requiem for a Dream (2000) were also Aronofsky's first feature-length projects. The` pair continued to collaborate in the decades to follow, with Mansell receiving a Golden Globe nomination for his score for The Fountain (2006). In the meantime, Mansell expanded and diversified his sound for directors including Barbet Schroeder (2002's Murder by Numbers), Duncan Jones (2009's Moon), and action helmsman Rupert Sanders (2017's Ghost in the Shell). ~ Marcy Donelson

    Coventry, England
  • BORN
    January 7, 1963

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