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Trevor Morris is a two-time EMMY award winning composer, dual citizen of Canada and Great Britain, living and working in Los Angeles.  He is a Composer for Feature Film, Television and Video Games.


Recent Feature Film work includes “London Has Fallen” for dir. Babak Najafi / Nu-Image Millennium Films, his first foreign langue Film “Michiel De Ruyter” (The Admiral) which is the all time top grossing film in The Netherlands.  Also “Olympus Has Fallen” for dir. Antoine Fuqua, “Brick Mansions” for Luc Besson’s Europa Corp., and “Immortals” for dir. Tarsem Singh.


Largely known for his period Television work on such Titles as “The Tudors”, “The Borgias” and currently on air “Vikings”, Trevor’s prolific style extends to his Electronic / Hybrid work on such shows as “Body of Proof”, “The Firm”, and “Dracula” for NBC.  He is currently working on “Of Kings and Prophets” for ABC as well as “Emerald City” and “Taken” for NBC.


He recently completed the epic third installment of the “Dragon Age” video game franchise for Electronic Arts, recorded with full orchestra and choir.  “Dragon Age” was awarded video game of the year honors


Trevor has also entered the World Stage as a Concert Conductor, conducting suites of his music adapted for the Live Concert Venue.  Trevor recently conducted Full Orchestra and Choir for an audience of 12,000 fans in Krakow Poland at their FMF.  He also conducted at the Fimucite festival in Tenerfie Spain this past summer marked the first ever concert there dedicated to Television music.  This was preceded by the first live concert in Los Angeles of his music at SCORE!, an amazing night of Television music past and present, performed at Royce Hall in concert with LA’s best musicians.  He has also performed in Cordoba Spain for the first inaugural concert of Festival de Musica.


With over 15 solo Feature Film Credits, 25 Prime Time Television series and 5 Interactive Titles, Trevor is one of the most prolific and versatile composers in Hollywood.

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