Dan Wool

Originally from St. Louis, Missouri where he played in the punk rock band The Strikers, Dan Wool is a San Francisco, California, based composer who has worked in New York, Los Angeles, London and Mexico City creating scores for more than 45 feature film and broadcast television projects, including seven films for celebrated cult filmmaker Alex Cox (Repo Man, Sid & Nancy) Sid and Nancy, Straight to Hell, Searchers 2.0, Death and the Compass, and Repo Chick among others, as well as television movies and episodic series for all major U.S. networks (ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC) and HBO . He is perhaps best known for his work as principal composer in film score soundtrack-group Pray for Rain. Wool has also worked extensively creating sound and music for international and domestic advertising and also as sound-designer for short films and documentaries, including several for the BBC and Channel 4 (UK).


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