Chance Thomas

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Chance Thomas is a composer and producer of original music for video games, animation, films and television. Video game credits include Lord of the Rings Online, James Cameron's Avatar: The Game, King Kong, Dungeons and Dragons Online, X-Men, Heroes of Might and Magic, Quest for Glory V: Dragon Fire, and Dota 2.[1][2] Animated film projects include Columbia Picture's The ChubbChubbs!, which won an Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film, and InSpire: The Chicago Spire Art Film. [3] Both films also won Aurora Awards for Best Original Music Score. [4] For a full list of credits, awards and updated biographical information, please refer to the composer's website, linked below.

Thomas' projects have won major awards, including the Oscar, Emmy, IGN, Telly, Aurora and several G.A.N.G. awards. He is considered the father of game music Grammy eligibility, and was honored in 2013 with the Game Audio Network Guild's Annual Recognition Award.[5][6]

Personal life[edit]

Thomas is married to the singer Pamela Michaels. They have adopted three children. He is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.[7][8]

Thomas served a mission for the LDS Church in Italy. He has a music degree from Brigham Young University.[9]



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