Paul Leonard-Morgan

Biography

Paul Leonard-Morgan is a BAFTA-winning and Ivor Novello-nominated British composer, producer and artist.

Recently he scored the smash hit Relativity Media feature film, Limitless, directed by Neil Burger and starring Robert De Niro and Bradley Cooper (for which he received a prestigious World Soundtrack Discovery Award 2011 Nomination). The film was the Box Office No 1 in both the UK and US, taking in more than $160 million worldwide.

Over the past few years, Paul has been working on a number of feature films, including the smash hit Relativity Media feature film, Limitless, directed by Neil Burger and starring Robert De Niro and Bradley Cooper (for which he received a prestigious World Soundtrack Discovery Award 2011 Nomination). The film was the Box Office No 1 in both the UK and US, taking in more than $160 million worldwide. Following Limitless, Paul scored the soundtrack for Dredd, directed by Pete Travis (Vantage Point) from a script by Alex Garland (The Beach, 28 Days Later, Sunshine). Dredd was Box Office No 1 in the UK, becoming the first 18 certificate film to top the chart in 2 years.

More recently, Paul scored 3 short films for Despicable Me 2, teaming up with Illumination and Universal.

Other recent scores include The Numbers Station, starring John Cusack, the critically acclaimed BBC film Murder, directed by The Killing's Birger Larsen, and series 5-10 of the award-winning BBC spy drama Spooks (MI5 in US), with series 7 earning him a BAFTA nomination.

News

  • Paul Leonard-Morgan Scores American Dharma

    Paul Leonard-Morgan Scores American Dharma

    31st October 2019

    Paul Leonard-Morgan has written the score to the Errol Morris directed documentary American Dharma due for release tomorrow, Friday 1st November. The film, released over year after it's premiere at the Venice Film Festival, centres on...