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Lorne Balfe
Lorne Balfe
Biographical information
Gender

Male

Born

February 23, 1976

Alias

Lorne "Shiver Me Timbers" Balfe

Behind the scenes
First appearance

Dead Man's Chest

Latest appearance

At World's End

Filmmaking role(s)

Composer

Lorne Balfe (born February 23, 1976) is a Scottish composer and music producer. Best known for providing music for video games such as Assassin's Creed III, he worked at the Remote Control Productions Studio. Balfe had worked alongside Hans Zimmer multiple times to add additional music. Lorne Balfe worked on the music for two of the Pirates of the Caribbean films, Dead Man's Chest and At World's End, often being credited as Lorne "Shiver Me Timbers" Balfe.

Biography

Early life and career

Born in Inverness, Scotland, Lorne Balfe started off his professional musical career by composing jingles for Radio Forth (now Forth One) in Edinburgh. He eventually became a composer. Balfe is best known for providing music for video games such as Assassin's Creed III, and having done some film music. On several occasions, Balfe had worked alongside legendary composer Hans Zimmer multiple times to add additional music. He was known to have worked at the Remote Control Productions Studio.

Pirates of the Caribbean

When Hans Zimmer started working on music for the two sequels of Gore Verbinski's Pirates of the Caribbean trilogy, Dead Man's Chest and At World's End, Lorne Balfe would work alongside him on additional music, where he was first credited as "Lorne "Shiver Me Timbers" Balfe".

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