Oliver Elfman
Background information
Born (2005-01-21) January 21, 2005 (age 14)
Birthname Oliver Daniel Robert Elfman
Birthplace Los Angeles, California, United States
Also known as
Occupation Composer, singer, songwriter, record producer
Genres Rock, ska, new wave, film music, video game music
Former members
Years active 2019-present
Instruments Trombone, guitar, percussion, vocals, piano, keyboard
Associated acts Boingo, Jackson Howard, Jake Zimmer
Notable Instruments

Oliver Daniel Robert Elfman (born January 21, 2005) is an American composer, singer-songwriter and record producer. Elfman was best known for his work scoring films, television shows and video games, in particular his collaborations with directors Billy Burton, Lorne Raimi, Thomas Herrera, Haan Lee, Arden Whedon and Reed Howard, and for being the lead singer of Boingo.

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Early life and career Edit

Elfman was born in Los Angeles, California to Danny Elfman and Bridget Fonda. His father is Jewish (of British Jewish, Polish Jewish and Russian Jewish descent) and His mother is of Dutch, English, Frisian, French-Canadian, German, Irish, Italian, Norwegian and Scottish descent.

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Main article: List of awards and nominations received by Oliver Elfman

Discography Edit

Main article: Oliver Elfman discography

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