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Guy Michelmore is a British composer and television news presenter.

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Education

Michelmore was educated at the independent St John's School in Leatherhead, Surrey.

News presenter

Michelmore joined the BBC programme Newsroom South East in 1993. Guy left the programme to be replaced by Tim Ewart from ITN. His mother was Jean Metcalfe the BBC presenter of Two Way Family Favourites and Woman's Hour. His father is Cliff Michelmore, television presenter and producer, best known for the BBC television programme Tonight. Cliff once interviewed himself, and asked whether either his son or daughter had shown any interest in television - Cliff answered by saying that ten year-old Guy was "at that point where he is fascinated and interested in all things...even his father's job!"

He famously spilt his drink all over himself and his desk when a colleague showed him some photo (see discussion) before going into a live link on Newsroom South East shown on BBC's Auntie Bloomers (Out-Takes show). [1]

Composer

After leaving the BBC, Michelmore continued his career as a composer for television and films. He won the award for Best Music at the International Wildlife Film Festival for "Tale of the Tides", nominated for a Wildscreen Award for "Mzima: Haunt of the River Horse" and "Queen of Trees". He also won the Slate Award for Best Score for the UK feature film “Fly Fishing”. He has more recently scored films for Marvel and Lionsgate including The Invincible Iron Man, Ultimate Avengers (film) and Ultimate Avengers 2, Doctor Strange: The Sorcerer Supreme and Hulk Vs. He also created the music for the EMMY Award winning series Tutenstein and Growing Up Creepie. He is currently writing the music for the upcoming animated Marvel movie Planet Hulk. [2]

FILMOGRAPHY

Feature Films

  • "Planet Hulk" Marvel Lionsgate (2010)
  • "Thor" (animated feature) Marvel Lionsgate (2010)
  • "Hulk vs Wolverine" Marvel Lionsgate (2009)
  • "Hulk vs Thor" Marvel Lionsgate (2009)
  • "Martian Christmas" Porchlight (2008)
  • "Next Avengers" Marvel Lionsgate (2008)
  • "Dr Strange: The Sorcerer Supreme" Marvel Lionsgate (2007)
  • "Invincible Iron Man" Marvel Lionsgate (2007)
  • "Ultimate Avengers 2" Marvel Lionsgate (2006)
  • "Ultimate Avengers" Marvel Lionsgate (2006)
  • "Frozen" Shoreline Films / Zentropa (2005)
  • "Fly Fishing" Shooting Pictures (2004)" - Slate Award Best Music
  • "Distant Shadow" Adrenaline Films (2000)
  • "Killing Zone" 7/12th Films (2000)

Television

  • "Iron Man: Armoured Adventures" 26 x 22 mins Marvel/Method Films (2009)
  • "Avengers" Heros of Tomorrow" 26 x 22 mins Film Roman (2009)
  • "Cosmic Quantum Ray" 26 x 22 mins Mike Young Productions
  • "Growing Up Creepie" 52 x 11 mins Mike Young Productions
  • "Queen of Trees" BBC/ WNET - EMMY Nominee Best Music & Sound
  • "Tutenstein" Season 1 26 x 22 mins; Season 2 13x22 mins Porchlight / NBC
  • "Time Machine" 3 x 1 hrs BBC Television
  • "Roman Vice" 6x 1hrs Principal Films
  • "Talking With Animals" 6 x 30 mins BBC Televsion
  • "Cousins" 3 x 1hrs BBC Television
  • "Killing For A Living" 12 x 60 mins Discovery
  • "Nature" - PBS
  • "The Natural World" - BBC

and over 200 other projects including films, television and commercials. [3]

Training Courses

He also runs the world's largest course for film and television composers, Music for the Media. This is a correspondence course backed up by regular seminars.

External links

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