|Birth name||William Ross|
|Occupation(s)||Composer, orchestrator, conductor|
William Ross (born 1948) is an American composer, orchestrator, arranger, conductor and music director. He has worked with a large array of artists and musicians, from famous Hollywood composers John Williams, Alan Silvestri, John Powell, Michael Giacchino, Klaus Badelt, and Michael Kamen, to pop music icons and best-sellers such as Barbra Streisand, Celine Dion, Andrea Bocelli, Josh Groban, Laura Pausini, Whitney Houston, Kenny G, Michael Jackson, David Foster, Quincy Jones, Babyface and Sting.
Ross has composed the soundtrack for films such as Tuck Everlasting, My Dog Skip and Ladder 49. He adapted and conducted John Williams's themes for Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. In 2008, he scored the CGI-film The Tale of Despereaux, from Universal Studios.
William Ross is credited on The Last Jedi soundtrack as an additional conductor.
|1983||The Hasty Heart||Martin M. Speer||TV film|
|1991||One Good Cop||Heywood Gould|
|1993||Look Who's Talking Now||Tom Ropelewski|
|Cops & Robbersons||Michael Ritchie|
|The Little Rascals||Penelope Spheeris|
|1995||The Amazing Panda Adventure||Christopher Cain|
|1996||Black Sheep||Penelope Spheeris|
|House Arrest (Lyrics)||Harry Winer|
|Tin Cup||Ron Shelton|
|My Fellow Americans||Peter Segal|
|The Evening Star||Robert Harling|
|1997||A Smile Like Yours||Keith Samples|
|1998||T-Rex: Back to the Cretaceous||Brett Leonard|
|2000||My Dog Skip||Jay Russell|
|2001||Her Majesty||Mark J. Gordon|
|2002||Tuck Everlasting||Jay Russell|
|2002||Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets||Chris Columbus||Composed arrangements for John Williams' score|
|2003||Young Black Stallion||Simon Wincer|
|2004||Ladder 49||Jay Russell|
|2005||The Game of Their Lives||David Anspaugh|
|2007||September Dawn||Christopher Cain|
|2008||The Tale of Despereaux||Sam Fell|
|2009||The Mighty Macs||Tim Chambers|
|2011||Balls to the Wall||Penelope Spheeris|
|A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas||Todd Strauss-Schulson|
|Steel Magnolias||Kenny Leon||TV film|
|2013||Alone yet Not Alone||Ray Bengston
George D. Escobar
|with Bruce Broughton|
|2014||50 to 1||Jim Wilson|
|In My Dreams||Kenny Leon||TV film|
|One Christmas Eve||Jay Russell||TV film|
|2015||Away and Back||Jeff Bleckner||TV film|
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