Roy Webb American composer

Roy Webb is a 94 years old American composer from New York City, New York. Roy Webb was born on October 03, 1888 (died on December 10, 1982, he was 94 years old) in New York City, New York.

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Biography

Roy Webb was an American film music composer. Webb has hundreds of film music credits to his name mainly with RKO Pictures. He is best known for film noir and horror film scores in particular for the films of Val Lewton.
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Is Roy Webb still alive?

No, he died on 12/10/1982, 39 years ago. He was 94 years old when he died. Cause of death: myocardial infarction. He died in Santa Monica and buried in Forest Lawn Memorial Park .

Works

Roy Webb Albums (4)

There are 4 albums of Roy Webb.

His last album You Raise Me Up released 7 years 5 months ago. When You Raise Me Up released, he was 126 years old. This album contains 10 tracks

His first album Webb: Cat People / The Body Snatcher released 22 years ago, he was 111 years old when this album released. There were 36 songs in this album.

You Raise Me Up
You Raise Me Up
Fixed Bayonets (Original Soundtrack) [1951]
Fixed Bayonets (Original Soundtrack) [1951]
Webb: Cat People / The Body Snatcher
Webb: Cat People / The Body Snatcher
Webb: Cat People / The Body Snatcher
Webb: Cat People / The Body Snatcher

Roy Webb Movies (188)

There are 188 movies of Roy Webb.

His first feature film was Out of the Past (1947). He was 59 when he starred in this movie. Since 1947, he has appeared in 188 feature films. The last one is Bengazi (1955). .

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Roy Webb movie characters

The names of the characters/jobs in the films he starred in are as follows:

Awards (3)

Nominated Academy Award for Best Original Dramatic or Comedy Score , nominated Academy Award for Best Original Score , nominated Academy Award for Best Score, Adaptation or Treatment ,

Education

He graduated from Columbia University

What was Roy's zodiac sign?

Roy Webb zodiac sign was libra.

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