Haim Mazar, a Hollywood-based film composer, is a Summa Cum Laude graduate from Berklee College of Music. He has worked as a session musician, music producer, and arranger before relocating to Los Angeles to pursue his passion for film scoring. Haim is best known for his critically acclaimed score for “The Iceman,” a biopic thriller starring Michael Shannon, Winona Ryder, Ray Liotta, James Franco, and Chris Evans. The film was an official selection of the Toronto International Film Festival, Venice International Film Festival, and the Telluride Film Festival.
The past year has been prolific and eclectic, as Haim scored legendary director Chuck Russell’s (“The Mask,” “Eraser,” “Nightmare on Elm Street 3”) new action thriller “I Am Wrath,” starring John Travolta, Christopher Meloni, and Rebecca De Mornay; as well as the Bryan Singer-produced critically acclaimed horror hit “The Taking of Deborah Logan.” Haim also provided the West African-infused score for Jonathan Stein’s “Out of the Village,” starring Abraham Attah (“Beasts of No Nation”). Haim’s versatility shines through his diverse range of projects. Earlier this year he composed the main title theme and score for the hit reality show “Chrisley Knows Best,” and MTV’s “Teen Mom.” Haim is also a regular collaborator with composer/singer-songwriter Gabriel Mann (“Modern Family,” “Rectify”), with whom he scored two animated films for Mattel – “Barbie: Spy Squad” and “Team Hot Wheels,” both to be released by Universal Studios Home Entertainment in 2016.
Since his arrival to Los Angeles in 2008, Haim also composed the score for “On The Inside” – starring Olivia Wilde and Nick Stahl. He co-produced and orchestrated the scores for Sony Screen Gem’s films “Legion,” and “The Roommate.” In addition to his film scoring work, Haim is a sought after professor at the prestigious Musicians’ Institute in Hollywood, where he enjoys teaching composition and orchestration.