|Name Guy Michelmore|
|Siblings Jenny Michel|
TV shows Newsroom South East
|Parents Cliff Michel, Jean Metcalfe|
Albums Ultimate Avengers 2, Ultimate Avengers: The Movie
Grandparents Gwendoline Annie, Guy Vivian Metcalfe
Similar People Cliff Michel, Jean Metcalfe, Frank Paur, Craig Kyle, Will Meugniot
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Guy Michelmore is an English film/TV composer and former television news presenter.
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Michelmore is the son of BBC presenters Cliff Michelmore and Jean Metcalfe. He was educated at the independent St John's School in Leatherhead, Surrey and Pembroke College, Oxford.
Michelmore began reporting on Anglia TV's About Anglia before joining the BBC programme Newsroom South East in 1993. Guy left the programme to be replaced by Tim Ewart from ITN. His mother was Jean Metcalfe, the BBC presenter of Two Way Family Favourites and Woman's Hour. His father was Cliff Michelmore, television presenter and producer, best known for the BBC television programme Tonight. Cliff once interviewed himself, and asked whether either his son or daughter had shown any interest in television - Cliff answered by saying that ten-year-old Guy was "at that point where he is fascinated and interested in all things...even his father's job!"
He famously spilt his drink all over himself and his desk before going into a live link on Newsroom South East, later shown on the BBC's Auntie's Bloomers out-takes show.
Michelmore is a composer of music for film and television. He is best known for his work with Marvel which includes eight animated features films and a number of TV series, including Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes, Iron Man: Armoured Adventures and The Super Hero Squad Show. He scored Ewan McGregor's feature film Jackboots on Whitehall in 2010. His other work includes The Jungle Book, Growing Up Creepie, for which he received an Annie Award nomination, and scores for Emmy Award winner Tutenstein, The Woodlies, The DaVincibles, amongst others. He worked extensively scoring natural history films and was nominated for an Emmy Award for his score to "The Queen of Trees" for the Nature series on PBS.
He also runs a course for film and television composers, Music for the Media. This is a correspondence course backed up by regular seminars.