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11 February 2018, 06:10 | Anna Jefferson
He was reportedly found dead in his apartment, and his death was confirmed by his manager, but the cause of death is now unknown.
Johannsson was found dead Friday at his apartment in Berlin, where authorities were investigating the cause of death, said Tim Husom, his Los Angeles-based manager.
Johann Johannsson, the award-winning Icelandic composer whose haunting yet minimalist scores instilled depth in arthouse films, has died, his manager announced Saturday. He was nominated for an Oscar and a BAFTA for Sicario the following year and for the score to Arrival in 2016.
In a brief statement delivered to media by Johansson's management, they confirmed the news and described him as "one of the most talented and brilliant people who we had the privilege of knowing and working with". "May his music continue to inspire us". He was also credited as a sound and music consultant for Darren Aronofsky's most recent film, Mother!
Johannsson also recorded several albums of his own, including "Fordlandia" and "Orphee".
He is survived by his parents, three sisters and his daughter.
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