Composer for film, television & video games


About Tony


Tony Morales is an EMMY®-nominated composer who has traversed the worlds of drama, animation, comedy and documentary for both television and film. He is known for his music on the Netflix original series ‘Bloodline’, Disney’s ‘Elena Of Avalor’ for which he received multiple Daytime EMMY nominations as well as an Annie Award nomination and the hit CBS show ‘Scorpion’.

Morales began his career as a composer within Hans Zimmer’s Media Ventures in 1998. As an additional music composer & arranger, he soon found himself working with and learning from some of the top film composers including Harry Gregson-Williams, John Debney and Brian Tyler, contributing to such scores as “Iron Man 3”, “Fast Five”, “Unstoppable”, “The Town”, and “The Change-Up”.

In 2012 Morales earned his first Primetime EMMY nomination for the mini- series “Hatfields & McCoys” (co-composed with John Debney).

Upcoming projects include “The Fugitive” and “Benedict Men”, both set to premier on Jeffrey Katzenberg and Meg Whitman’s Quibi in 2020. Other recent projects include the 30 For 30 documentary “The Dominican Dream,” which premiered at the 2019 Tribeca Film Festival, and the independent feature film “Wish Man.”