Haim Mazar, a Hollywood-based film composer, is best known for his work on Millennium Nu Image’s biopic thriller “The Iceman” – starring Michael Shannon, Winona Ryder, Ray Liotta, James Franco, and Chris Evans. The film was an official selection of the Toronto International Film Festival and the Venice International Film Festival.
Since his arrival to Los Angeles in 2008, Mazar composed the score for “On The Inside” – starring Olivia Wilde and Nick Stahl, and for MTV’s hit reality show “Teen Mom”. Mazar also co-produced and orchestrated the epic score for Screen Gem’s film “Legion” – starring Paul Bettany and worked as an orchestrator, music programmer and pianist for other titles including “Shelter” – starring Julianne Moore, “The Roommate” – starring Leighton Meester and Minka Kelly, and the hit TV show “The Office”. Born in the US and growing up in Israel, Haim discovered music at the age of 5 with extensive classical piano training at the Givataim music conservatory near Tel Aviv from which he graduated with honors.
While working and touring with Israel’s top artists as a session keyboardist and musical director, Haim continued his musical education at the Katzanelson high school music program and the Rimon school of music. In 2005 Haim relocated to Boston, Massachusetts in order to complete his college degree at Berklee College of Music. There he received his BA degree in Film Scoring and graduated Summa Cum Laude. While attending Berklee, Haim won many awards for outstanding musical achievements and was involved with many high profile projects as a composer, conductor, arranger and pianist around the US, including performances and TV appearances with artists such as Christopher Guest, Gloria Estefan, Jeffery Osborn and The Edge (U2 Guitarist).
Currently Haim is working in Hollywood as a freelance composer from his studio in Los Angeles.