Martin Phipps


Coming from a musical background (as Benjamin Britten’s godson), Martin Phipps read drama at Manchester University, and fortunately for the acting profession, he decided to concentrate his energies on writing music. Since scoring his first TV drama, “Eureka Street” in 2002, he has won two BAFTAs, five Ivor Novello Awards, and received multiple Emmy nominations for writing music to many of the most interesting series of recent years. These include the BBC’s “War and Peace,” Hugo Blick’s “The Honourable Woman,” “Peaky Blinders,” “Black Mirror” and seasons 3, 4, and 5 of the Netflix series “The Crown.”

Recently Martin Phipps has scored Ed Perkins’ The Princess and the Amazon Studios series “Solos,” starring Morgan Freeman. Other film credits include Woman In Gold (scored with Hans Zimmer), starring Ryan Reynolds and Helen Mirren, and Fox Searchlight’s The Aftermath, starring Keira Knightley and Alexander Skarsgård, Harry Brown, and Brighton Rock.

As from the press release from Sony Pictures, Cristiana Caimmi.

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