Best Original Score Oscar Winners
Explore our collection of Best Original Score Oscar winners, including Bernard Herrmann, Aaron Copland, John Williams, Henry Mancini, Elmer Bernstein, Burt Bacharach, Charlie Chaplin and Prince. See full biographies, photos and videos, only at Biography.com.
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Animal Rights Activist, Songwriter, Singer / 1942 -
British vocalist, songwriter, musician, and composer, Paul McCartney was a member of the Beatles as well as one of the most popular solo performers of all time.
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profile name: John Williams profile occupation: Songwriter, Conductor
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profile name: Burt Bacharach profile occupation: Songwriter, Pianist
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profile name: Henry Mancini profile occupation: Conductor
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profile name: Prince profile occupation: Songwriter, Music Producer, Singer
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profile name: Bernard Herrmann profile occupation: Songwriter
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profile name: Paul McCartney profile occupation: Animal Rights Activist, Songwriter, Singer
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