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Kim Planert Kim Planert is a German film and television composer based in Los Angeles. He has composed music for over 230 episodes of prime-time television shows and feature films. His collection of TV credits include: 8 seasons on the score for ABC's television show, "Castle", "Timeless" (NBC), "Missing" (ABC), "The Whispers" (ABC series produced by Steven Spielberg), "The McKenna Files" (Mark Gordon, ABC Pilot), "The Unit" (CBS), "Lie To Me" (FOX")" , "The Gates" (ABC), The Chicago Code (FOX), "Last Resort (ABC) and Rush (USA Network)"
Kim Planert Kim Planert and Robert Duncan have collaborated since 2011 on numerous shows including ABC's hit series "Castle", "The Unit" (CBS), "Lie to Me" (Fox), "The Gates" (ABC) as well as the movie "".
Kim Planert As a producer, Kim joined the teams on Skid Row Marathon, A Reason and Chasing Grace in bringing the projects to life. He also has his own productions in development.
Kim Planert Kim received his masters from the UNCSA School of the Arts and his Bachelor of Recording Arts from the Southern Cross University of Australia. He studied under veteran composers such as Emmy-award winner Hummie Mann, David McHugh ("Mystic Pizza"), Sir Prof. Clive Pascoe (student of Leonard Bernstein) and Jack Smalley ("Charlie's Angels", "The Last of the Mohicans").
Kim Planert Recently Kim completed passion project "Skid Row Marathon". A feature length documentary following the inspiring story of a Los Angeles judge who starts a running club on Skid Row giving it's members a second chance at life as they battle their addictions. Kim invited a former addict and homeless musician (one of the subjects of the documentary) to work on the score with him and also conduct at the final scoring session.
Kim Planert In addition to his professional accolades, Kim made four tours at the age of 19 to the former Yugoslavia during the armed conflict, providing humanitarian aid. One of Kim's first songs, recorded on a four track, was written for the people of Bihać, who at the time were surrounded by Serbian forces. The tape made it to the "Pocket of Bihać" and was played on radio to give hope that they were not forgotten.
Mandy Planert Mandy Planert (later Benzien, born 26 January 1975) is a retired German slalom canoer. She won six medals at the ICF Canoe Slalom World Championships with three golds (K-1 team: 1997, 1999, 2007) and three silvers (K-1: 2002, 2005; K-1 team: 2003). She is the overall World Cup champion in K-1 from 2002. She also won seven medals at the European Championships.
Mandy Planert Planert competed in the singles at the 2000 and 2004 Olympics and finished 6th and 14th, respectively. She is married to the fellow Olympic canoer Jan Benzien. They live in Leipzig together with their children Justus Jonas and Mika.
Kim Planert His film credits include "" "A Reason" and "Chasing Grace".
Kim Planert Before moving to Los Angeles Kim lived in the UK where he collaborated with several legendary music producers and musicians including Craig Armstrong, Capercaillie, Secret Garden, John McLaughlin (FIVE), Dave James (Take That), Gordon Goudie (Simple Minds), Karen Matheson, Phil Cunningham, James Grant, Karen Casey, Michael McGoldrick, The Dhol Foundation, Phamie Gow, BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra and the Scottish Ensemble.