Guy Gross is an Australian film and television composer. He is known most for writing the award winning music for the Australian science fiction series Farscape and the international hit film The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert. He also composed for the animated television series Blinky Bill and Dumb Bunnies. He has approximately 50 credits as composer.
Gross began film scoring while studying classical composition at the Conservatorium High School in Sydney, Australia. He is the son of film producers Yoram Gross and Sandra Gross. Gross composed music for the family animation business in High School.
He has won various awards and been nominated for many awards in his native Australia as well as in other countries.
Notable awards and nominations include:
- In 1994 he was nominated for an Australian Film Institute Award in the Best Original Music Score category for his score for The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert.
- In 1995, he was nominated for the British Academy of Film and Television Arts' Anthony Asquith Award for Original Film Music for The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert.
- In 2001 he won the Australian Screen Music Award for achievement in Film music for his score for Farscape.
- In 2002 he won the Screen Music Award for Best Music for a Television Series for his score for Farscape.
- In 2009 he won the International Achievement Award (a Screen Music Award) from the Australasian Performing Right Association and the Australian Guild of Screen Composers. Additionally, the same year he won another Screen Music Award in the category Best Music for Children’s Television for his score for Dex Hamilton: Alien Entomologist
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