Marcus Miller

Over the duration of his Hollywood career, Marcus Miller produced music for multiple Hollywood productions. Miller began his entertainment career with his music featured in films like the Genevieve Bujold dramatic ... Read more »
Born: 06/14/1959 in New York City, New York, USA

Filmography

Music (46)

Too Late 2016 (Movie)

("You're My Choice Tonight (Choose Me") (Song)

About Last Night 2014 (Movie)

(Music)

Think Like A Man 2012 (Movie)

("Rooftop Love") (Song)

Think Like A Man 2012 (Movie)

("Rooftop Love") (Song Performer)

Reed Between the Lines 2011 (Tv Show)

Original Music

Good Hair 2009 (Movie)

(Composer)

Obsessed 2009 (Movie)

("The Christmas Song") (Song Performer)

Step Up 2 The Streets 2008 (Movie)

("Shake Your Pom Pom") (Song)

I Think I Love My Wife 2007 (Movie)

(Music)

I Think I Love My Wife 2007 (Movie)

("The Look of Love") (Music Producer)

I Think I Love My Wife 2007 (Movie)

Score Performer (Score Mixing)

I Think I Love My Wife 2007 (Movie)

("Could be the One") (Song)

This Christmas 2007 (Movie)

(Music)

Everybody Hates Chris 2005 - 2006 (Tv Show)

Original Music

Guess Who 2005 (Movie)

("You'll Never Find Another Love Like Mine") (Song Performer)

King's Ransom 2005 (Movie)

(Music)

King's Ransom 2005 (Movie)

Score Recorder (Score Recording)

King's Ransom 2005 (Movie)

("Da Butt") (Song)

Breakin' All the Rules 2004 (Movie)

(Music)

Deliver Us From Eva 2003 (Movie)

Score Performer (Performer)

Deliver Us From Eva 2003 (Movie)

(Music)

Head of State 2003 (Movie)

(Music)

Serving Sara 2002 (Movie)

(Music)

The Brothers 2001 (Movie)

(Music)

The Trumpet of the Swan 2001 (Movie)

(Music)

Two Can Play That Game 2001 (Movie)

(Music)

The Ladies Man 2000 (Movie)

(Music)

After New Year's Eve With David Sanborn 1998 - 1999 (TV Show)

Music

An American Love Story 1999 (Movie)

(Music)

Lethal Weapon 4 1998 (Movie)

(Music)

Love Jones 1997 (Movie)

("Rush Over") (Song Performer)

Love Jones 1997 (Movie)

(Song)

The Sixth Man 1997 (Movie)

(Music)

Al Jarreau: Tenderness 1995 - 1996 (TV Show)

Music

The Great White Hype 1996 (Movie)

music composer (Composer)

A Low Down Dirty Shame 1994 (Movie)

(Music)

Above the Rim 1994 (Movie)

(Music)

Bebe's Kids 1992 (Movie)

(Song)

Boomerang 1992 (Movie)

(Music)

House Party 1990 (Movie)

(Music)

Michelob Presents Sunday Night 1988 - 1989 (TV Show)

Music

Frantic 1988 (Movie)

("Chicago Song") (Song)

School Daze 1988 (Movie)

("Da Butt") (Song)

Scrooged 1988 (Movie)

song producer("We Three Kings of Orient Are") (Song)

Siesta 1987 (Movie)

(Music)

Choose Me 1984 (Movie)

("Choose Me (You're My Choice Tonight)") (Song)
Actor (4)

Jazz at the White House 2015 - 2016 (TV Show)

Performer

The 36th Annual Kennedy Center Honors 2013 - 2014 (TV Show)

Actor

After New Year's Eve With David Sanborn 1998 - 1999 (TV Show)

Actor

After New Year's Eve 1997 - 1998 (TV Show)

Actor
Editor (1)

Battlebots 2015 (Tv Show)

Editor

Biography

Over the duration of his Hollywood career, Marcus Miller produced music for multiple Hollywood productions. Miller began his entertainment career with his music featured in films like the Genevieve Bujold dramatic comedy "Choose Me" (1984), the Ellen Barkin drama "Siesta" (1987) and the Laurence Fishburne musical comedy "School Daze" (1988). His music also appeared in "Frantic" (1988) with Harrison Ford, the comedic fantasy "Scrooged" (1988) with Bill Murray and the comedy "House Party" (1990) with Christopher "Kid" Reid. Miller was nominated for an Outstanding Achievement In Music Direction Primetime Emmy Award for "Michelob Presents Sunday Night" in 1989. In the nineties, Miller's music continued to appear on the silver screen, including in films like the comedy "Love Jones" (1997) with Larenz Tate, the Marlon Wayans comedic sports movie "The Sixth Man" (1997) and the Mel Gibson hit action picture "Lethal Weapon 4" (1998). Miller's music was also featured in the comedy "Head of State" (2003) with Chris Rock, the romantic comedy "Breakin' All the Rules" (2004) with Jamie Foxx and "Guess Who" (2005) with Bernie Mac. His music was also featured in "King's Ransom" (2005) with Donald Faison and the comedy "I Think I Love My Wife" (2007) with Chris Rock. Miller most recently edited "Battlebots" (ABC, 2014-15).

Milestones

Popular songs include "Rush Over" and "Free".

Known for such albums as "M2" and "Tales"

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