Nathan Larson

 

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Nathan Larson is an American guitarist, singer, songwriter, and author widely known for his numerous film score compositions. He is married to Nina Persson, the lead singer of the Swedish pop group, The Cardigans. In May 2011, Larson's debut novel entitled The Dewey Decimal System was published by Akashic Books. The second book in the series was published summer 2012, and is entitled The Nervous System

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Nathan Larson

Born 1970-09-12 (49 years ago) in Maryland.

Nominated for awards
Award Ceremony Year Nominated for
AACTA Award for Best Original Music Score (Little Fish) 47th Australian Film Institute Awards 2005 Little Fish
Relationships
Name From To Relationship type
Nina Persson(Gifta: 2001-06-16–) 2001-06-16 Gifta
Child

Nils Oskar Larson

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Nathan Larson is an American guitarist, singer, songwriter, and author widely known for his numerous film score compositions. He is married to Nina Persson, the lead singer of the Swedish pop group, The Cardigans. In May 2011, Larson's debut novel entitled The Dewey Decimal System was published by Akashic Books. The second book in the series was published summer 2012, and is entitled The Nervous System.

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