| Julian Lefay|
Julian Lefay Wikipedia
Julian Lefay, sometimes referred to affectionately as the "Father of The Elder Scrolls", joined Bethesda Softworks shortly after the company's creation in 1987. He held the role of Chief Programmer there for many years, and guided the company through the creation of some of its seminal games, such as Arena and Daggerfall.
Lefay also provided the music programming for the hide-and-seek NES game Where's Waldo?.