Randy Spendlove

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Who is Randy Spendlove?

Randy Spendlove is an American record producer, songwriter, Grammy Award winner, and music executive. As President of Motion Picture Music at Paramount Pictures, Randy Spendlove oversees all aspects of film music, where he has worked with such artists as Beyonce, Linkin Park, Green Day, and U2.

Early Career

In 1990 Randy started at A&M Records as VP of Promotions where he worked with Janet Jackson, Sheryl Crow, Soundgarden, and Bryan Adams. In 1998, he became President of Motion Picture Music at Miramax Films where he worked on Chicago, Shakespeare in Love, Cold Mountain and Finding Neverland.

Paramount Pictures

Randy joined Paramount in 2006 as Executive Vice President of Music and Creative Affairs. In 2007, he was promoted to President of Motion Picture Music. Some of his credits include Hugo and The Adventures of Tintin, which both received Oscar nominations for Best Original Score, and Justin Bieber: Never Say Never, which brought in $73 million at the US box office.

Other Achievements

Randy Spendlove won a 2004 Grammy for Best Soundtrack Album for a Motion Picture for Chicago.

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on July 23, 2013


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