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Adam Berry


Adam Berry is a two-time Emmy Award winning composer and songwriter who has scored over 500 episodes of television and 15 feature films. Adam's career began in 1997 when he was asked to write a demo for a new Comedy Central show, "South Park." His demo secured him the job, and his guitar and mandolin music became the signature sound of the show. Adam scored the first 4 seasons of South Park and played bass guitar in Matt Stone's and Trey Parker's punk band, DVDA. The following year Adam began working for Disney, composing scores for five series and three movies, including one of Disney's most popular and longest-running shows, "Kim Possible." A song from the show, "Naked Mole Rap," which was a collaboration between Adam and the show's creators, was in the Top 10 on Radio Disney and won Adam two "World of Rap" awards. In 2005 Adam received his first Emmy nomination for his work on "Kim Possible." Adam returned to Comedy Central in 2007 to score "The Sarah Silverman Program." In addition to the underscore, Adam worked with Sarah and the cast recording and producing the songs for the third season, lending his vocals to a few of the tracks as well. The program's score and songs were released on the soundtrack CD "Songs in the Key of Yuck." Adam's collaboration with Sarah Silverman continued with her NBC pilot, numerous YouTube videos, including her Black Pencil Award-winning "The Great Schlep" video, and her recent Emmy-winning HBO comedy special, "We Are Miracles." When Dreamworks/Nickelodeon's, "Penguins of Madagascar" went into production, Adam was hired as composer. He wrote the main title theme, the underscore and co-wrote the songs. Between 2010-2014, Adam was nominated for nine Emmy awards and two Annie awards for his work on the show, winning an Emmy in 2011 for best score and again in 2012 for best song. The show also won a BAFTA award in the International category, judges calling it "...exemplary in its technical aspects, storytelling, pacing, dialogue, musical score." Adam went on to collaborate with Dreamworks and Nickelodeon once again for the show, "Monsters vs. Aliens." Adam scored the award-winning indie thriller "Blood Punch" in 2013, using a string quartet recorded in Los Angeles to highlight both the tense, claustrophobic atmosphere and the macabre humor of the film. The result is an emotional, intimate, darkly comedic score that one critic called, "freakin' fantastic." Adam is currently working the new Amazon show, “Lost in Oz.”

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