David Carbonara is the composer of the critically acclaimed series Mad Men winner of multiple awards including three Golden Globes and four consecutive Emmys for Outstanding Drama Series. Carbonara’s winning mix of contemporary score and period jazz has inspired a number of Mad Men soundtracks as well as the Mad Men Revue, a live show starring cast members that Carbonara produced. In that vein, he produced songs for Amazon's The Last Tycoon, based on the Fitzgerald novel.

As a film composer, Carbonara's credits include David O’Russell’s Spanking the Monkey, The Guru, for Working Title Films, Queenie in Love and Fast Food, Fast Woman for director Amos Kolleck, Ana Carolina’s Amélia among others. He’s just finished his second collaboration with documentarian James L. Freedman, the first being HBO’s Glickman, and now Carl Laemmle, the man who founded Universal Studios. 

Most recently, Carbonara has worked on Amazon’s anthology series The Romanoffs.


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