Daniel Robert Elfman is an American song composer, singer, and producer. He was born on 29th May in 1953. His birthplace was in Los Angeles in the United States.  He is the son of Milton Elfman and Blossom Elfman.  He grew up in the Los Angeles in the area of Baldwin Hills. He dropped his high school studies and went to France to follow his brother. He used to perform with the team of Le Grand Magic Circus. He then moved to Africa, journeyed through Upper Volta, Mali, and Ghana, and learned new music styles, which can influence his music world. Danny suffered from malaria and had been sick for many months. Therefore, he returned to his native town in the United States.  He began taking music classes at Cal Arts. At that time, he started dating Kim Gordon. 

In 1972, Elfman formed a new band and named as The Mystic Knights of the Oingo Boingo.  They had performed in many shows. After some months, Richards Elfman left the group to strengthen his career in making movies. From 1976 to 1979, the group was headed by Danny. They had also shown their performance in Back to School. 

In 1985, Paul Reuben and Tim Burton invited Danny to write a song for Peewee Big Adventure. He had not done this initially due to toothing problems. But later he managed to do it with the assistance and guide of Steve.

In 2004, Danny made Serenade Schizophrenia song. It premiered in the New York City on 23rd of February in 2005 at the Carnegie Hall. In 2010, it was announced that he would be writing music on Harry Houdini. However, in 2012,  he was no longer doing that project reportedly. In 2011, he wrote the music for the show Iris.  He wrote for Oz the Great and Powerful in 2013, Avengers: Age of Ultron in 2015. 
 

Elfman had received various nominations and awards. He won one Annie Awards, twenty-four BMI Film & Television Awards, one Emmy Awards, one Grammy Award, one Satellite Awards, five Saturn Awards, and one Sierra Award.

Coming to his personal life, Elfman had three children named Lola, Mali, and Oliver. Later, he got married to Bridget Fonda in 2003. 

Harald Kloser

Harald is a music composer for movies, scriptwriter, and a producer too. He was born in Central Europe in the year 1956. He worked as a music teacher in a place called Hohenems after his graduation.  He has been working as a music producer since 1984. In a band called the "Oceanliner" group, Kloser was the lead singer and the keyboardist. Sternberg-Shooting Star was the first movie for which he scored the music. In an interview given by him after the grand success of the highest grossing movie 2012, he stated that he had a keen interest in producing disaster movies. The reason behind this was that it showed a lot of ordinary people in many extraordinary situations, and also all the disaster movies had the craziest storylines. In the movie 2012, Harald was the producer and also scored the music for this motion picture.  At this stage, Harald came under the category of the leading composers in Hollywood and worked almost everytime with the two big names of Hollywood Roland Emmerich and Robert Dornhelm. One of Kloser's most famous soundtracks was the music to Emmerich‘s movie 'The Day After Tomorrow' which had released in the year 2004. The duo Emmerich and Harald announced the release of the famous movie 10,000 BC in 2008. He has also won the BMI Film Music award for that picture and also for Alien vs. Predator. He worked on movies like The Day After Tomorrow, 2012, 10,000 BC with his friend Thomas Wanker whose name was changed to Thomas Wander by Harald Kloser because he knew what its meaning was literally in British English. He married the most beautiful and talented actress Désirée Nosbusch and they have two children Luka-Teresa & Lennon-Noah together

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Harald Kloser English Actor