Lior Rosner

Bio

Lior Rosner is a film, television and concert music composer, conductor, and theme branding expert. In 2018, Lior received the ASCAP award for scoring NBC’s Will and Grace revival, the third highest rated show on television. 

In the last year, Lior split his time between television and film scoring, while also writing and producing his own animated musical feature film. The project features animation from Legendary Disney Artist Floyd Norman as well as vocals by Golden Globe Winning and Oscar nominated “This is Me” song vocalist Keala Settle.  

Lior created the iconic theme for The Ellen DeGeneres Show as well as AMC’s Heroes and Villains: The Secret History of Comics. His musical accolades include being an International Film Music Critics Association nominee for “They’ll Remember You” an orchestral accompanied choral showpiece for the end titles of Tom Cruise’s Valkyrie. 

A composition and theory graduate from the Jerusalem Academy of Music And Dance, Rosner moved from Israel to Los Angeles and studied graduate music at UCLA, and conducting with a professor from the USC Thornton School of Music. He now splits his time between Los Angeles and the UK. 

Rosner's film work includes the scores for Wedding Doll, Sins of Our Youth, The Geography Club and Seconds Apart. Other recent credits include music and arrangements X-Men: Days Of Future Past, Jack the Giant Slayer, Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Valkyrie, Superman Returns, Fantastic 4: The Rise of the Silver Surfer, Little Fockers, The Invasion, Cellular, and Hide & Seek. 

His TV scores includeWill and Grace, CNN’s The History of Comedy,  The Odds, The Losers, Battle Creek, The Pee-Wee Herman Show on Broadway and ABC’s Forever. 

Additionally Rosner wrote the score for Sony video games SOCOM Fight Team Bravo 3, Syphon Filter Dark Mirror and music for many film and television trailers including, Games Of Thrones, The Imitation Game, Paddington, Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows, The Zoo Keeper, Yogi Bear, Jack And Jill, Game Of Thrones, Speed Racer, Walk the Line, Dreamer, Atonement, and Toy Story 3.