Johann Johannsson, 'Theory Of Everything' Composer, Dead at 48

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Jóhann Jóhannsson has died aged 48 By Claire Lobenfeld Feb 10 2018

His body was discovered in his apartment in Berlin on Friday, and at the time of writing, no cause of death has been reported.

Rosalie Voss, who runs Redbird's European office, said: "We are waiting to find out more in the coming days". "We have lost one of the most talented and brilliant people who we had the privilege of knowing and working with".

He won a Golden Globe and was nominated for an Oscar for his original composition for the aforementioned James Marsh film Theory of Everything. He is survived by his parents, sisters, and daughter.

He was nominated for an Oscar in 2016 for the soundtrack to Dennis Villeneuve's Federal Bureau of Investigation thriller "Sicario".

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Last year, he worked with Darren Aronofsky on Mother! which starred Jennifer Lawrence.

He was also a solo musician, releasing his first album Englaborn in 2002.

Tributes have poured for the musician and producer on social media. "Love and thoughts to all family and friends". "Going to listen to the attractive Virðulegu Forsetar now".

Johannsson-who blended classical form and electronic instrumentation-was nominated for "Arrival" and scored several films out in 2018, including "Mary Magdalene".

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