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Simón Wilson

SIMÓN WILSON (he/him) is an award winning Los Angeles based film and television composer. After studying with Theodore Shapiro and working on major studio productions, he has gone on to score documentaries such as Rhino Man and Momentum, write additional music for Netflix’s Delhi Crime and Disney’s The Mysterious Benedict Society, and score the NBC special Celebrity Escape Room. Most recently he joined composer Craig Wedren (Yellowjackets) in co-scoring the short documentary Alok, which premiered at Sundance in 2024. Simón’s latest music can be heard in National Geographic’s UFO’s: Investigating The Unknown, Paramount’s reality show The Family Stallone and Hans Zimmer’s Bleeding Fingers and Extreme Music catalog.


Simón is a multi-instrumentalist as well as a classically trained singer. His compositions draw on a broad palette of musical influences - from cinematic orchestral music, to psychedelic electronic scores, to guitar-driven funky jams. His gift of precision tied to a relentless work ethic ascend his love for music into an elaborate and eccentric career. The end goal is to always tell a story with compelling, evocative, and original sound.




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