Steve Jablonsky is an American film music composer born on October 9, 1970, working at Remote Control Studio.
A graduate in music from the University of California at Berkeley, he was noticed in 1996 by Harry Gregson-Williams.
Jablonsky went to the University of California, Berkeley for college. He studied computer science early, but changed to music composition a year later. After graduating, he became an intern at Hans Zimmer's Remote Control Productions. Meanwhile, Jablonsky met Harry Gregson-Williams, a Zimmer composer, and began working as his assistant. Later, he became more engaged with Zimmer and began composing for renowned works such as Desperate Housewives and the Transformers film series.
Jablonsky composed the soundtracks of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003), Steamboy (2004), The Island (2005), Transformers (2007), D-War (2007), Transformers: The Vengeance of the Dead: Dark of the Moon (2011), Battleship (2012), Ender's Game (2013) (replacing the famous film composer James Horner) and Transformers: Age of Extinction (2014). He also collaborated with Team America: World Police (2004), among others. In addition, he helped compose some of the music for the Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty video game, and composed the theme music for Seven Wonders of the BBC Industrial World in 2003. He also wrote the music for Desperate Housewives (2004 - 2012) since the fourth episode. His "Trailblazing" track served as the opening theme for WrestleMania X8 and WrestleMania XIX, as well as for the Sting TNA Hall of Fame soundtrack.