Thomas Neuman is an Associate Professor of Commercial Law. His areas of research interest include crowdfunding and international business law; additionally, he serves as chairman of CLEAR research group on crowdfunding.
Newman’s score for American Beauty contributed greatly to moving the film forward while maintaining its moral ambiguity. He is a frequent collaborator with director Sam Mendes, having scored 15 films together such as 2017’s war movie 1917.
Early Life and Education
Mathematically, he pioneered cellular automata theory and made significant contributions in other areas. Additionally, he participated in the Manhattan Project with Edward Teller and Stanislaw Ulam to help develop the atomic bomb.
Thomas Montgomery Newman was born and raised in Los Angeles with his brothers David and Emil and cousin Randy (an accomplished American film composer). His mother encouraged his musical studies at both USC and Yale Universities where he earned both bachelor’s and master’s degrees for piano performance and violin studies respectively.
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Newman rose to prominence as a film composer during the 1990s, scoring Sam Mendes’s Road to Perdition and White Oleander and Diane Keaton’s In the Bedroom. Subsequently he scored many critically acclaimed movies such as Steven Soderbergh’s Erin Brockovich and Todd Field’s The Savages as well as WALL-E which earned both a BAFTA nomination and Oscar nods.
He continued his streak of BAFTA and Oscar nominations throughout 2010, scoring films like Brad Silberling’s Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events and Sam Mendes’ Skyfall.
Dr. Thomas Neuman of Warren, OH specializes in Otolaryngology (Ear, Nose and Throat) with over 35 years of experience. He attended Wayne State University before accepting multiple insurance plans.
Achievement and Honors
Thomas Neuman is an award-winning composer and songwriter, receiving multiple Academy Award nominations and winning one Grammy award. He has worked with many acclaimed directors including Sam Mendes on “American Beauty”. For this work he earned two Academy Award nominations; unfortunately he still hasn’t managed to nab an Oscar yet (tying with Alex North for most nominations without winning!).
At Neumann University, he has served as both an administrator and leader in student activities – taking pride in both community service activities as well as his devotion to education – thus upholding Neumann University’s Catholic mission.
Thomas Neuman is a retired science professor with both a B.A. in geology and Ph.D. in geophysics from the University of Vermont. Prior to retirement, Thomas served as assistant professor in their Geology Department until 2008.
Sam Mendes’ Road to Perdition and Andrew Stanton’s Finding Nemo earned him nominations at the Academy Awards; unfortunately he did not win. Beyond film scores, he has composed music for television shows and video games as well.
Tom is an accomplished golfer, boasting three holes-in-one. A member of Joe Theiler Golf League, his passion is science education and mentoring young minds. Tom generously donated his body to Anatomical Board of Nebraska so medical students could use it for research and teaching purposes.
Thomas Newman has become an internationally acclaimed celebrity thanks to hard work and sound decision-making. To reach where he is now, however, Thomas had to traverse long and winding roads – it wasn’t always an easy journey for him.
Born February 9, 1946 and currently aged 77 years, his estimated net worth ranges between $1 Million – $5 Million dollars and his income source comes mainly from his Composing career.
He owns shares of AEye Inc and Indie Semiconductor as well as General Motors stock since 2014, according to Form 4 filings with the SEC. Most recently he exercised 234,274 units valued at over $7,642,018 on 1 August 2017.