Marc Shaiman


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Genres: Blues, Soul/R&B

In the late 80s, Shaiman's work writing special music for NBC's "Saturday Night Live" (for which he earned an Emmy nomination in 1987) introduced him to Billy Crystal, who helped him get the job adapting music for Rob Reiner's "When Harry Met Sally" (1989). He co-wrote two of the picture's songs and co-produced Harry Connick Jr.'s Grammy-winning, gold album of the same name, garnering a Grammy nomination himself as arranger. He solidified his association with Reiner by composing his first film score for the director's "Misery" (1990) and has since scored all or part of Reiner's "A Few Good Men" (1992), "North" (1994), "The American President" (1995), "The Ghosts of Mississippi" (1996) and "T... Continue Bio >>


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