Chris Frantz

Chris Frantz

Chris Frantz produced music that was featured in many Hollywood productions. Frantz worked on a variety of projects during his early entertainment career, including "Cross My Heart" (1987), "Married to the Mob" (1988) and "Siesta" with Ellen Barkin (1987). He also contributed to "Slaves of New York" with Bernadette Peters (1989), "Stop Making Sense" (1984) starring David Byrne and "True Stories" (1986) starring David Byrne. In the nineties and the early 2000s, Frantz's music continued to appear on the silver screen, including in films like "Inspector Gadget" (1999) starring Matthew Broderick, the Christian Bale action film "American Psycho" (2000) and the drama "Alice and Martin" (2000) with Juliette Binoche. His work was also in the Barry McEvoy dramedy "An Everlasting Piece" (2000). Frantz's music was also featured in the romantic comedy "Lars and the Real Girl" (2007) with Ryan Gosling, the comedy adventure "Nim's Island" (2008) with Jodie Foster and the Adam Sandler box office smash action comedy "You Don't Mess With the Zohan" (2008). His music was also featured in the Aaron Eckhart dramatic adaptation "Towelhead" (2008) and "Religulous" (2008) with Bill Maher. Frantz's music was most recently featured in the Alan Rickman musical drama "CBGB" (2013).