Music (22)

The Program 2016 (Movie)

("No Surprises") (Song Performer)

Whiskey Tango Foxtrot 2016 (Movie)

("Nude") (Song Performer)

I Origins 2014 (Movie)

("Motion Picture Soundtrack") (Song Performer)

Ivory Tower 2014 (Movie)

("I Might Be Wrong") (Song Performer)

Supermensch: The Legend of Shep Gordon 2014 (Movie)

("Everything In Its Right Place") (Song Performer)

Prisoners 2013 (Movie)

("Codex") (Song Performer)

Step Up: Revolution 2012 (Movie)

("Pyramid Song (Zed's Dead Remix)") (Song Performer)

The Island President 2012 (Movie)


50/50 2011 (Movie)

("High and Dry") (Song Performer)

Something Borrowed 2011 (Movie)

("Fake Plastic Trees") (Song Performer)

The Beaver 2011 (Movie)

("Exit Music (For a Film)") (Song Performer)

Choke 2008 (Movie)

("Reckoner") (Song Performer)

Twilight 2008 (Movie)

("15 Step") (Song Performer)

I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry 2007 (Movie)

("High and Dry") (Song Performer)

Southland Tales 2007 (Movie)

("Planet Telex") (Song Performer)

A Scanner Darkly 2006 (Movie)

("Fog") (Song Performer)

Children of Men 2006 (Movie)

("Life in a Glass House") (Song Performer)

Sonic Cinema 2001 - 2002 (TV Show)

Song Performer

Life As A House 2001 (Movie)

("How to Disappear Completely") (Song Performer)

Vanilla Sky 2001 (Movie)

("Everything in Its Right Place" "I Might Be Wrong") (Song Performer)

Nowhere 1997 (Movie)

("How Can You Be Sure") (Song Performer)

For Hope (TV Show)

Actor (8)

Saturday Night Live 2011 (Tv Show)


The 51st Annual Grammy Awards 2008 - 2009 (TV Show)


Glastonbury 2007 (Movie)


South Park 2001 (Tv Show)


Meeting People is Easy 1999 (Movie)

Themsleves (Actor)

ABC in Concert 1990 - 1998 (TV Show)


Live From the 10 Spot 1997 - 1998 (TV Show)




In Rainbows" is the first "pay what you will" download by a major rock band.


LP "OK Computer" becomes a worldwide hit


Released first LP, "Pablo Honey"

Known for such albums as "OK Computer" and "The Bends"

Popular songs include "Creep" and "High And Dry".

Bonus Trivia


The band took their name from the Talking Heads song "Radio Head," from the 1986 album True Stories.


The band, particularly singer Thom Yorke, are notoriously dismissive of their breakthrough hit "Creep" and rarely ever play it live. Jonny Greenwood claims the song's signature noisy guitar fills were his attempt to ruin the recording.