Trent Reznor Net Worth

Trent Reznor is a legend. Not only a rock star but a true legend. Rock music has arguably the most devoted and involved fan bases out of every genre imaginable. This musician has written many songs about love, life, struggle and everything else that people laugh, nod their head or cry to. Trent Reznor is a Record producer, Singer, Songwriter, Musician, Keyboard Player, Bassist, Singer-songwriter, Composer, Film Score Composer, Artist from American. Receiving domestic and worldwide recognition, Trent Reznor can still be labelled a family person due to close relationships with Nancy Lou, Michael Reznor, Closer, Hurt, Head Like a Hole, Balthazar Reznor, Lazarus Echo Reznor, Closer, Hurt, Head Like a Hole Tera Reznor unknown. Of course it is hard to divide time between family matters and being an awesome rock star, but Trent Reznor manages to do that. But what about money? Does being a rock star pays off? Sure thing, because Trent Reznor has a net worth of $70 Million.

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Trent Reznor was interested in music from an early age, starting with learning to play the piano at five, and the saxophone and tuba at Mercer High School. He enrolled at Allegheny College, but soon dropped-out, and moved to Cleveland to pursue a music career. He started to gain recognition in the middle 80s when he joined famous, synthesizer-based music bands at the time, including “The Innocent”, “Exotic Birds” and “Option 30”.He was then discovered by Right Track Studios in Cleveland, where Reznor later founded Nine Inch Nails (NIN), and debuted with the album named “Pretty Hate Machine”, released in 1989, which proved to be a huge success. NIN’s remarkable and groundbreaking debut was followed by a highly successful second album “The Downward Spiral” in 1994, third album “The Fragile” in 1999, as well as five more  albums that were recorded during Reznor’s career. The most recently released album is a collaboration with the band How to Destroy Angels, entitled “Welcome Oblivion” (2013).

Despite the early success of NIN, Trent Reznor had personal issues and at times succumbed to drug addiction. In 2001 Reznor checked himself into a rehabilitation centre, however, at the same time, he was faced with financial problems. In 2003, his now former manager John Malm Jr. presented Reznor with bad news about his assets: his estimated net worth was somewhere between US $400,000 and $3,000,000, a lot less than Reznor had anticipated. In addition, Malm requested to be paid a US $3,000,000 bill. However, after several lawsuits and court hearings, Malm was eventually fired and Reznor made a successful comeback with NIN, as evidenced by his now impressive net worth. Even though Reznor’s wealth heavily relies on his rock band, he managed to apply his multiple talents in different fields and in such a way increased his salary. Reznor together with a composer Atticus Ross collaborated on creating a score for David Fincher’s movies, such as the Oscar-winning “The Social Network” (2010), and “Girl with the Dragon Tattoo” (2011).

In 2011, Trent Reznor received a Golden Globe Award for Best Original Score, as well as the Academy Award for Original Score. Reznor’s successful career as a composer has added substantial amounts of money to his yearly salary and heavily increased his net worth. Trent Reznor has also worked and collaborated with a number of familiar faces in the music industry, such as Marilyn Manson, Saul Williams, Peter Murphy, David Fincher, and others. Reznor is also known for making music with such bands as How to Destroy Angels, Queens of the Stone Age, Lucky Pierre, and Exotic Birds.

In his personal life, Reznor currently resides in a house in Beverly Hills with his wife Mariqueen Maandig Reznor (m. 2009) a Filipino-American singer-songwriter, and their two children.

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  • Full Name: Trent Reznor
  • Net Worth: $70 Million
  • Date Of Birth: 17 May 1965
  • Place Of Birth: Mercer, Pennsylvania, United States
  • Height: 5 ft 7 in (1.702 m)
  • Profession: Record producer, Singer, Songwriter, Musician, Keyboard Player, Bassist, Singer-songwriter, Composer, Film Score Composer, Artist
  • Education: Allegheny College
  • Nationality: American
  • Spouse: Mariqueen Maandig (m. 2009)
  • Children: Balthazar Reznor, Lazarus Echo Reznor, Closer, Hurt, Head Like a Hole
  • Parents: Nancy Lou, Michael Reznor, Closer, Hurt, Head Like a Hole
  • Siblings: Tera Reznor
  • Nicknames: Michael Trent , Michael Reznor , Michael Trent Reznor
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  • Awards: Academy Award for Best Original Music Score, Golden Globe Award for Best Original Score, Grammy Award for Best Score Soundtrack for Visual Media, Critics’ Choice Movie Award for Best Score, Kerrang! Classic Songwriter Award, Closer, Hurt, Head Like a Hole
  • Albums: “Pretty Hate Machine” (1989), “The Downward Spiral” (1994), “The Fragile” (1999), “Welcome Oblivion” (2013)
  • Music Groups: Nine Inch Nails (Since 1988), “How to Destroy Angels”, “Queens of the Stone Age”, “Lucky Pierre”, “The Innocent”, “Exotic Birds”, “Option 30”
  • Nominations: Grammy Award for Best Rock Song, Satellite Award for Best Original Score, BAFTA Award for Best Film Music, Grammy Award for Best Boxed or Special Limited Edition Package, MTV Video Music Award for Best Male Video, NME Award for Best Quote, Closer, Hurt, Head Like a Hole
  • Movies: “The Social Network” (2010), “Girl with the Dragon Tattoo” (2011)


  • [accepting an Academy Award for Best Original Score] Wow, is this really happening? When we finished work on The Social Network (2010) we were very proud of our work and happy to just be involved in this film. And to be standing up here in this company is humbling and flattering beyond words. I’d like to especially thank the Academy for recognizing our work here and David Fincher. David Fincher, thank you so much for the opportunity. I’d also like to thank my wonderful wife, Mariqueen, I love you so much.
  • [on winning an Academy Award] You think, “I’m probably not going to win, but if I do win, I’d better not sound like an idiot.” The anxiety builds. Then you realize you haven’t eaten in 12 hours. And the camera’s on you, maybe, at all times. “I need to pick my nose, but I can’t risk it.” Then you hear your name in slow motion. “OK, hug my wife. Don’t trip over the cord. Why am I taking steps two at a time? I’m going to slip, but I can’t stop. Oh my God there’s Nicole Kidman, she’s nine feet tall. Is the mic on?” It’s over in a millisecond and you’re backstage with an Oscar in your hand.
  • [on being nominated for Best Original Score a second time] With The Social Network (2010), everything was quite a surprise because nobody — well, Atticus (Ross) and myself — when we were asked to work on the film it never crossed our minds that there would be an awards season, that we’d ever be up for anything. That’s not because we didn’t think we did good work. Not coming from the film world we never thought of it. So that whole unraveling, the revealing of the momentum of the film of lots of people liking it, leading up to the nominations was quite flattering. To be quite honest with you, to work in a new discipline to have your peers say “Hey, that didn’t suck.”
  • [on covering Led Zeppelin for The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (2011)] That took a hell of a lot of time to do that. And also from the position of, “Hey, do you want to cover a classic rock song?” You’re kind of setting yourself up to fail. A lot of time spent revising that and trying to get the tone just right. Again, when he [David Fincher] brought up the idea of doing it, he fully didn’t explain the context of what it would be used for, so there was a bit of head scratching on our part. Immigrant Song? With Karen O.? We’ll try it, we’ll see. We know we could sabotage it; it could end up sucking. But we ended up with something, surprisingly, I’m quite proud of.
  • [on living in the house at 10050 Cielo Drive, where 5 people were murdered in 1969 by Charles Manson’s “Family”]: While I was working on Downward Spiral, I was living in the house where Sharon Tate was killed. Then one day I met her sister. It was a random thing, just a brief encounter. And she said: ‘Are you exploiting my sister’s death by living in her house?’ For the first time, the whole thing kind of slapped me in the face. I said, ‘No, it’s just sort of my own interest in American folklore. I’m in this place where a weird part of history occurred.’ I guess it never really struck me before, but it did then. She lost her sister from a senseless, ignorant situation that I don’t want to support. When she was talking to me, I realized for the first time, ‘What if it was my sister?’ I thought, ‘Fuck Charlie Manson.’ I went home and cried that night. It made me see there’s another side to things, you know?
  • I pop the video in, and wow. Tears welling, silence, goose-bumps…Wow. I just lost my girlfriend, because that song isn’t mine anymore…It really made me think about how powerful music is as a medium and art form. I wrote some words and music in my bedroom as a way of staying sane, about a bleak and desperate place I was in, totally isolated and alone. That winds up reinterpreted by a music legend from a radically different era/genre and still retains sincerity and meaning. Different, but every bit as pure. – on his emotions upon watching the video of Johnny Cash’s cover of his song “Hurt”
  • When Nine Inch Nails first got signed, I didn’t know how to do interviews. I really still don’t. I talk too much and say stupid things.
  • I think, fundamentally, music is something people love and need and can relate to. A lot of what’s out right now feels like McDonalds. It’s quick-fix. You kind of have a stomach ache afterwards.
  • I cut my hair now and nobody recognizes me. It’s that whole thing I was bitching about earlier – ‘I can’t go anywhere without someone pointing’ – And now it’s like, ‘Hey, it’s me man!’ I’m standing in the N section with my laminate on and covered in mud. I just can’t get a response anymore.
  • I was raised by my grandparents, the greatest people in the world. I try to tell them, ‘You’re not going to hear my music on the radio. I’m not going to be on soap operas singing this.’ I can imagine what my grandfather tells people: ‘It’s called Nine Inch Nails — here’s the video. And here he is lying dead at the end of it.’ I warned my grandfather that the church might be after him.
  • I become irritated when I am being written off as aloof or stand-offish when I’m shy and don’t know what to say.
  • I would much rather sit in a room by myself than entertain a bunch of people. That’s not my style.
  • I don’t know if you have ever tried to think of band names, but usually you think you have a great one and you look at it the next day and it’s stupid. I had about two hundred of those. Nine Inch Nails stood the two week test, looked great in print and could be abbreviated easily. It really does not have a literal meaning. It seemed kinda frightening. It’s a curse trying to come up with band names.
  • An integral part of any relationship is knowing that you could be killed in your sleep at any time.
  • There are just some things that don’t seem very fair in the world, like the hypocrisy of organized religion. I just don’t understand how people can blindly believe a bunch of the lies they’re fed, to believe it so that they don’t think too hard about other issues. ‘Be a good boy and you’ll go to Heaven.’ If it works for you, fine, but it doesn’t work for me.
  • My music has been a sort of personal therapy. It’s got me out of tough times, it has been the friend that I needed, when I didn’t have a friend there.
  • The idea of politics is just so uninteresting to me – I’ve never paid much attention to it. I don’t believe things can really change. It doesn’t matter who’s president. Nothing really gets resolved. I don’t know. I guess that’s not the right attitude to take.
  • When I was five, I got forced into taking piano lessons. And it came really naturally to me. Knowing that I was good at something played an important role in my confidence. I was always shy, uncomfortable around people. I slipped by. But with the music, I didn’t. I got into bands. I studied trumpet and saxaphone a little bit. It got to the point where my teacher was like, you can be a concert pianist. But the last thing I wanted to hear at 15 is, well, you’re not fitting in now, how about dropping out of school, studying all the time and becoming a concert pianist? It sounds like “penis.” Even earlier, Kiss had changed my world. It seemed evil and scary-the embodiment of rebelliousness when you’re age 12 and starting to get hair on your balls. Also, my dad, who I’d not lived with since I was 5, got me an electric piano. He had a little music store that sold acoustic instruments in the back room, where me and a couple other guys started jamming in terrible garage bands. I realized that music wasn’t all about learning a piece on the piano.
  • If you look at the most talented filmmakers around right now, David Cronenberg and David Lynch, they had relatively normal upbringings. It doesn’t always take exotic, bizarre lifestyles, early-age molestations and prison sentences.
  • I foolishly thought that if I just ‘made it’ then everything would be okay. And everything wasn’t okay.
  • My dad and I are best friends. He’s pretty much responsible for the way I turned out. He would provide a little artistic inspiration here and there in the form of a guitar, stuff like that.
  • I wanted to escape Small Town USA. To dismiss the boundaries, to explore. My life experience came from watching movies, TV, and reading books and magazines. When your culture comes from watching TV everyday, you’re bombarded with images of things that seem cool, places that seem interesting, people who have jobs and careers and opportunities. None of that happened where I was. You’re almost taught to realize it’s not for you.
  • I thought my goal in life was to be in a successful band, and I had got that, but I was as miserable as I had ever been, and I couldn’t understand why that would be.
  • I write most of my songs when I’m in a bad mood.
  • It’s like beating your head open and unzipping your chest cavity saying ‘here are my guts – everything I’ve felt, including a lot of stuff I’m not proud of’. It’s hard. It uses you up. I walk off stage sometimes and feel like I’ve just slept with everybody in the audience. – on performing


  • Served as Chief Creative Officer for Beats Music and subsequently became an employee of Apple Inc. after they acquired Beats Electronics.
  • Overcame an addiction to Alcohol and Cocaine, which he developed after the death of his grandmother who raised him.
  • Is a huge fan of Pink Floyd front man Roger Waters.
  • Studied Computer science in college.
  • Although his performance at Woodstock 1994 is considered one of his best and the highlight of the show, Trent has said he isn’t very fond of it.
  • Has struggled with Depression and Social Anxiety Disorder.
  • Putting the finishing touches on the new NIN album, “With Teeth”, which will be out in stores in March 2005. [December 2004]
  • New album “The Slip” released world wide on [May 2008]
  • Confirmed that the new Nine Inch Nails album will be called “Year Zero”. [January 2007]
  • This November, Nine Inch Nails will release a remastered deluxe edition of “The Downward Spiral.” The package will include a bonus disc containing b-sides, demos, remixes and previously unreleased material. [October 2004]
  • The end of Nine Inch Nails as a touring act. [September 2009]
  • On Overseas Tour for Year Zero no Anouncement for US Tour. [September 2007]
  • On tour with with Nine Inch Nails and writing their follow-up to 2005’s highly acclaimed “With Teeth”, which should be released sometime this year or 2007. [April 2006]
  • “Ghosts I-IV”, a 36 track all instrumental album is released. [March 2008]
  • Nine Inch Nails embarks on the “Lights in the Sky over North America/South America” tour. [July 2008]
  • Working on the new Nine Inch Nails Album “Bleedthrough,” which should be in stores by early 2005. [April 2004]
  • Released the live DVD/CD/VHS “And All That Could Have Been” documenting the bands 1999-2000 tour. [January 2002]
  • Confirms that the new Nine Inch Nails album will be called “Year Zero” and it is supposedly coming out sometime in April. [January 2007]
  • The Nine Inch Nails concert DVD “Closure,” will probably not be released until early 2005 due to legal problems. [October 2004]
  • This fall, He is planning to rerelease the Nine Inch Nails’ concert video “Closure” on DVD. Updated with 90 minutes of new footage. [August 2004]
  • Reznor and Atticus Ross release free samplers of their film scores before the official release. A 5-track sampler was posted for The Social Network (2010) eleven days prior to the full release and a 6-track sampler was posted for The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (2011) seven days prior to the full release.
  • In April 2008, Reznor unexpectedly released the Nine Inch Nails album, The Slip, under a Creative Commons license allowing fans to download it through the band’s website for free. He released a statement with the album’s release stating, “this one’s on me.” The album was downloaded over 2 million times and peaked at #13 on the Billboard 200 chart.
  • Reznor officially broke apart from his longtime record affiliation, Interscope Records, in 2007 and has since been an independent musician. Since leaving Interscope he created his own label, The Null Corporation, in which all future Nine Inch Nails releases are to be released under. The film scores for The Social Network (2010) and The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (2011) and his side-project, How to Destroy Angels, are also under The Null Corporation.
  • Reznor is part of the band How to Destroy Angels alongside Atticus Ross and his wife, Mariqueen Maandig. The band released a 6-track EP in early 2010 and were featured on the soundtrack for The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (2011), the same soundtrack in which Reznor and Ross composed.
  • Played at a benefit concert for New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina in 2005. Reznor lived in New Orleans for many years before relocating to Los Angeles in 2004. His longtime recording studio, Nothing Records, was located at 4500 Magazine Street in New Orleans.
  • In May of 2009 publicly announced his wedding engagement to Mariqueen Maandig, a one-time Playboy model and lead singer for underground rock band “West Indian Girl”. In October 2010 the couple welcomed their first child, Lazarus Echo Reznor.
  • On July 4, 1992, initially unaware of its past, he rented the infamous Benedict Canyon house located at 10050 Cielo Drive as a recording space for work on his “The Downward Spiral” album. This was the house in which members of Charles Manson’s “Family” murdered Sharon Tate and four others in 1969. He moved out not long after, stating, “there was too much history in that house for me to handle.”.
  • His musical work heavily inspired Maquinista, El (2004) (The Machinist). Christian Bale’s character is named Trevor Reznik, a clear play on Reznor’s own name; the N in Machinist was often seen in promotional posters printed backwards akin to the infamous Nine Inch Nails logo; and originally the soundtrack was meant to include a lot of NIN’s material but was deemed too ‘cheesy’ due to the overall industrial feel and setting of the film as it was.
  • Prior to the release of the 2007 NIN album Year Zero, several tracks were leaked through various music download websites. Reznor later admitted that he intentionally leaked the tracks himself as part of a “conspiracy” ad campaign to go along with the subject matter of the album.
  • He is a direct descendant of George Reznor, founder of Reznor Company in 1888 (a major manufacturer of Heating/Ventilation/Air Conditioning equipment). The Reznor Company was sold in the 1960s, but the equipment is still manufactured in Mercer, Pennsylvania (Trent Reznor’s home town).
  • Brought in bassist/long time friend Jordie White (aka Twiggy Ramirez) to tour in support of the album ‘With Teeth.’
  • Nine Inch Nails were voted the 44th Greatest Rock ‘n’ Roll Artists of all time by Rolling Stone.
  • Is a huge fan of The Cure.
  • He enjoys listening to Tori Amos, Aphex Twin, Dead Can Dance, The Flaming Lips, Jane’s Addiction, Ministry, Portishead, Radiohead, Rammstein, Skinny Puppy, The Smashing Pumpkins and Tool
  • His musical influences are David Bowie, The Cure, Nick Drake, Brian Eno, Kraftwerk, Joy Division, Jim Morrison, Pink Floyd, Lou Reed, Talking Heads, Throbbing Gristle and Tom Waits.
  • He produced Marilyn Manson’s first few albums. He later had a falling-out with Manson.
  • He renovated an old funeral home in New Orleans, Louisiana into his home / recording studio.
  • Is good friends with fellow recording artist, Tori Amos. He sang background vocals on her hit song, “Past The Mission”
  • Played prominent roles in his high school’s productions of Jesus Christ SuperStar and The Music Man, as Judas and Professor Harold Hill respectively. He was voted “best in Drama” by his classmates.
  • Trent played tenor sax in The Mercer Junior and Senior high marching bands.
  • Dropped out of College to spend his time with local bands, not doing much more than playing keyboards and occasionally doing background vocals.
  • Spent a year at Alleghheny College majoring in Computer Engineering and Music.
  • At his high school he played the role of Judas in a school performance of Jesus Christ Superstar.
  • Had a side-project called Tapeworm from 1995-2004. In 1995 Reznor started the project with Nine Inch Nails live-band members Danny Lohner and Charlie Clouser. Tool frontman Maynard James Keenan and Atticus Ross later joined the project. Tapeworm ended in 2004 due to label issues and other project obligations by Reznor and Keenan. No Tapeworm song was ever released to the public, but “Vacant”, which was performed live by A Perfect Circle (a band fronted by Maynard James Keenan) on several occasions and eventually became “Passive” on their last full length release eMOTIVE. Additionally, another band fronted by Keenan, Puscifer, released “C” Is for (Please Insert Sophomoric Genitalia Reference HERE), which contained “Potions”, with writing credits to Reznor. Keenan explained that it was a Tapeworm song, recorded by Puscifer as a “wedding gift” to Reznor.
  • Played in bands such as Option 30, Prick and Exotic Birds (which did music for the Michael J. Fox movie, “Light Of Day”.
  • He has a younger sister, Tera
  • Converted an old funeral parlor in New Orleans into a recording studio. The door to the studio was salvaged from the former rented “love house” of Sharon Tate (one of seven of the victims of Charles Manson and his “family”).
  • Has an ongoing artistic feud with Limp Bizkit frontman and Interscope VP Fred Durst.
  • Headed up ‘nothing records’, a division of ‘Interscope Records’, from 1992 to 2007. After legal issues with Interscope, resulting in Reznor leaving the label, ‘nothing records’ was shut down and declared extinct. The 2007 Nine Inch Nails album, Year Zero, was the first release since 1992 to not carry the ‘nothing’ logo.
  • Marks all official releases with ‘halo’ numbers.
  • Leads the music group Nine Inch Nails.


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Title Year Status Character
Magic Mike XXL 2015 writer: “Closer”
Citizenfour 2014 Documentary writer: “02 Ghosts I”, “20 Ghosts III”
The Marty Stuart Show 2014 TV Series writer – 1 episode
Beyond the Door 2014 Short writer: “37 Ghosts”, “38 Ghosts”
The 56th Annual Grammy Awards 2014 TV Special producer: “Copy of a” / writer: “Copy of a”
Comix from the Underground 2013-2014 TV Series writer – 2 episodes
Person of Interest 2013 TV Series writer – 1 episode
One Night Stand TV Series short 5 episodes, 2010 – 2013 performer – 5 episodes, 2010 – 2013
The Hangover Part III 2013 writer: “Hurt”
Sound City 2013 Documentary performer: “Mantra” / writer: “With Teeth”, “Every Day Is Exactly the Same”, “Mantra”
The Ghosts of Faust 2012 Video writer: “36 Ghosts IV Epilogue”, “12 Ghosts II Where Did All the Color Go?”, “23 Ghosts III Domino”, “28 Ghosts IV Opalescent Haze”, “26 Ghosts III The Big Come Up”, “38 Ghosts Void: The Summit”, “27 Ghosts III And This Is How Things Fall Apart”, “25 Ghosts III Burn Out”, “33 Ghosts IV, Pt. 2 Hellbound”, “30 Ghosts IV Mephisto: The Pit”, “34 Ghosts IV, Pt. 1 Further Down the Spiral”, “20 Ghosts III The Dominoes Topple”, “8 Ghosts I Bipolar”, “22 Ghosts III Antidote O”, “32 Ghosts IV Prepar
Agoraphobia 2012/I Short writer: “Ghosts I-IV”
The Cabin in the Woods 2012 writer: “Last”
The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo 2011 “Immigrant Song” / producer: “Immigrant Song”
Hawaii Five-0 TV Series performer – 1 episode, 2011 writer – 1 episode, 2011
Hey There 2011 Short writer: “2 Ghost I”, “13 Ghost II”
Shades of Grey 2011 Short performer: “A Familiar Taste” / writer: “A Familiar Taste”
Undead 2011/I Short performer: “Right Where It Belongs” – as Nine Inch Nails / writer: “Right Where It Belongs” – as Nine Inch Nails
Kolumbiana 2011 writer: “Hurt”
Limitless 2011/I writer: “The Believers”
Dream’s Grip 2010 Short writer: “1 Ghosts I”, “2 Ghosts I”, “17 Ghosts II”, “22 Ghosts III”
The Social Network 2010 arranger: “In the Hall of the Mountain King Op. 23” / performer: “In the Hall of the Mountain King Op. 23” / producer: “In the Hall of the Mountain King Op. 23”
Being Erica 2009 TV Series writer – 1 episode
Tetsuo: The Bullet Man 2009 writer: “The Theme for Tetsuo the Bullet Man”
Fringe 2009 TV Series writer – 1 episode
Rage 2003-2009 TV Series writer – 2 episodes
Metal Machine Music: Nine Inch Nails and the Industrial Uprising 2009 Video documentary writer: “Just Like You Imagined”, “Down in It”, “Head Like a Hole”, “Suck”, “Now I’m Nothing”, “Wish”, “Happiness in Slavery”, “March of the Pigs”, “Closer”, “Hurt”, “The Day the World Went Away”, “Starfuckers Inc.”, “The Hand That Feeds”, “Beside You in Time”, “Capital G”, “22 Ghosts III”, “Discipline”, “Last” uncredited
To Forget You or the Lost Art of Loving You Madly 2009 Short writer: “9 Ghosts I”, “13 Ghosts II”, “36 Ghosts IV”
Every Song Must End 2009 Short writer: “Ghost 1”, “Ghost 5”, “Ghost 30”, “Ghost 32”
Midnight Club: Los Angeles 2008 Video Game writer: “1,000,000”, “Discipline”
Fling 2008 performer: “Flyentology Cassettes Won’t Listen Remix”
The X Factor 2008 TV Series writer – 1 episode
Wanted 2008 writer: “Every Day is Exactly the Same”
Criminal Minds 2008 TV Series writer – 1 episode
Wetlands Preserved: The Story of an Activist Nightclub 2008 Documentary writer: “Down In It”
Parashat Ha-Shavua 2008 TV Series writer – 1 episode
Dr. Psycho – Die Bösen, die Bullen, meine Frau und ich 2007 TV Series writer – 1 episode
Nine Inch Nails Live: Beside You in Time 2007 Video writer: “Love Is Not Enough”, “You Know What You Are?”, “Terrible Lie”, “The Line Begins to Blur”, “March of the Pigs”, “Something I Can Never Have”, “Closer”, “Burn”, “Gave Up”, “Eraser”, “Right Where It Belongs”, “Beside You in Time”, “With Teeth”, “Wish”, “Only”, “The Big Come Down”, “Hurt”, “The Hand That Feeds”, “Head Like a Hole”
The Hitcher 2007 writer: “Closer”
Rock Band 2007 Video Game writer: “The Hand That Feeds”
WWF Raw 2005 TV Series writer – 1 episode
Doom 2005 writer: “You Know What You Are?” Clint Mansell Remix
Constantine 2005 writer: “Passive”
Why We Fight 2005 Documentary writer: “Hurt” – uncredited
Overlagt 2004 TV Short arranger: “Driver Down” / performer: “Driver Down” / producer: “Driver Down” / writer: “Driver Down”
Rory O’Shea Was Here 2004 writer: “Hurt”
Degrassi: The Next Generation 2004 TV Series writer – 1 episode
Man on Fire 2004 writer: “The Mark Has Been Made”, “The Wretched Version”, “The Art of Self Destruction, Part One”, “The Downward Spiral The Bottom”, “Self Destruction, Part Two”, “The Great Below”
Smallville 2003 TV Series writer – 1 episode
Boston Public 2003 TV Series writer – 1 episode
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 2003 TV Series writer – 1 episode
Resident Evil 2002 writer: “Fist Fuck”
Nine Inch Nails Live: And All That Could Have Been 2002 Video documentary writer: “Terrible Lie”, “Sin”, “March of the Pigs”, “Piggy”, “The Frail”, “The Wretched”, “Gave Up”, “La mer”, “The Great Below”, “The Mark Has Been Made”, “Wish”, “Complication”, “Suck”, “Closer”, “Head Like a Hole”, “Just Like You Imagined”, “Starfuckers, Inc.”, “Hurt”, “Starfuckers, Inc.” alternate version, “Reptile”, “The Day the World Went Away”
Evil on Queen Street 2002 Video writer: “Just Like You Imagined”
New Port South 2001 writer: “EVEN DEEPER” Telefon Tel-Aviv Remix
Lara Croft: Tomb Raider 2001 “Deep”
Chaos Rising: The Storm Around ‘Natural Born Killers’ 2001 Video documentary short writer: “Burn”
Daria TV Series writer – 1 episode, 2000 performer – 1 episode, 1998
Final Destination 2000 writer: “Into the Void”
Closure 1997 Video documentary writer: “Eraser”, “Terrible Lie”, “Piggy”, “Down in It”, “A Violet Fluid”, “March of the Pigs”, “Eraser Polite” uncredited, “Eraser Denial; Realization” uncredited, “The Only Time”, “I Do Not Want This”, “Sanctified”, “Wish”, “Hurt”, “Something I Can Never Have”, “A Warm Place”, “The Art Of Self Destruction” uncredited, “Head Like a Hole”, “Sin”, “Pinion”, “Help Me I Am in Hell”, “Happiness in Slavery”, “Gave Up”, “Closer”, “The Perfect Drug”
Edge 1997 performer: “Fist Fuck” / writer: “Fist Fuck”, “March of the Pigs”
Lost Highway 1997 “Various Ominous Drones” / arranger: “Driving Theme” / performer: “Driving Theme” / producer: “The Perfect Drug”, “Driving Theme” / writer: “The Perfect Drug”, “Driving Theme”
The Doom Generation 1995 writer: “Heresy”
Se7en 1995 writer: “Closer Precursor”
Natural Born Killers 1994 writer: “Something I Can Never Have”, “A Warm Place”, “Burn” uncredited
Beavis and Butt-Head 1993-1994 TV Series writer – 3 episodes
The Young Americans 1993 writer: “Gave Up”
Broken 1992 Video short producer: “Pinion”, “Wish”, “Help Me I Am in Hell”, “Happiness in Slavery”, “Gave Up” / writer: “Pinion”, “Wish”, “Help Me I Am in Hell”, “Happiness in Slavery”, “Gave Up”
Class of 1999 1989 writer: “Head Like a Hole” – as T. Reznor
Light of Day 1987 arranger: “True Love Ways”
Title Year Status Character
Bainport: Soul of a City 2013 Documentary completed
Gone Girl 2014 music by
Jump 2014/I Short
Hidden 2013 Video short
Call of Duty: Black Ops II 2012 Video Game theme composer
Loose Change 2012 Short
Momentum Mortem 2012 Short
Thrown 2012 Short
Widow 2012 Short
Ghosts 2012 Short
The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo 2011
The Social Network 2010
Closure 1997 Video documentary
Quake 1996 Video Game
Broken 1992 Video short
Happiness in Slavery 1992 Video short
Music Department
Title Year Status Character
A Fall from Grace 2015 music by pre-production
Austin City Limits 2014 TV Series documentary musician – 1 episode
Nine Inch Nails: Tension 2013 Video musician: piano & guitar
Agoraphobia 2012/I Short musician
Man on Fire 2004 music consultant
World Traveler 2001 musician: piano
Lost Highway 1997 soundtrack producer – uncredited
Marilyn Manson: Anti-Christ Superstar 1996 Short music producer
Title Year Status Character
How to Destroy Angels: The Space in Between 2010 Short
Recycled 2000 Schopf
Broken 1992 Video short
Light of Day 1987 The Problems
Title Year Status Character
A Million Miles Away 2011 Documentary
Closure 1997 Video documentary concept
Broken 1992 Video short
Title Year Status Character
Broken 1992 Video short producer
Production Designer
Title Year Status Character
Nine Inch Nails: Tension 2013 Video
Sound Department
Title Year Status Character
Nine Inch Nails Live: And All That Could Have Been 2002 Video documentary surround mixing
Title Year Status Character
Nine Inch Nails Live: And All That Could Have Been 2002 Video documentary concept
Title Year Status Character
Unsound 2015/II special thanks completed
The Art of Villainy 2015 Short special thanks completed
Super’mance 2015 Short special thanks
Diligo Victum 2010 Short very special thanks
Hurt 2010 Short thanks
Requiem for a Dream 2000 special thanks
Title Year Status Character
SCORE: A Film Music Documentary 2015 Documentary filming Himself
72nd Golden Globe Awards 2015 TV Special Himself – Nominee: Best Original Score
I Dream of Wires 2014 Documentary Himself
Beautiful Noise 2014 Documentary Himself
Austin City Limits 2014 TV Series documentary Himself
Vevo’s Tour Exposed 2013 TV Series
Nine Inch Nails: Tension 2013 Documentary short Himself
Sound City 2013 Documentary Himself
Nine Inch Nails: Tension 2013 Video Himself
Fix: The Ministry Movie 2011/I Documentary Himself
The 83rd Annual Academy Awards 2011 TV Special Himself – Winner: Best Original Score
The 68th Annual Golden Globe Awards 2011 TV Special Himself – Winner: Best Original Score
Tavis Smiley 2010 TV Series Himself – Guest
Rush: Beyond the Lighted Stage 2010 Documentary Himself (as Nine Inch Nails)
Nine Inch Nails Live: Beside You in Time 2007 Video Himself
The Work of Director Mark Romanek 2005 Video documentary Himself (segments “Closer” and “The Perfect Drug”) (as Nine Inch Nails)
React Now: Music & Relief 2005 TV Movie Himself
Metropolis 2005 TV Series Himself
Nine Inch Nails Live: And All That Could Have Been 2002 Video documentary Himself
Rage 2000 TV Series Himself
Closure 1997 Video documentary Himself
Woodstock ’94 1995 Video documentary Himself (Nine Inch Nails)
Archive Footage
Title Year Status Character
Metal Machine Music: Nine Inch Nails and the Industrial Uprising 2009 Video documentary Himself
SexTV 2006 TV Series documentary Himself
Mulatschag 2006 TV Series Himself
Best of Bowie 2002 Video documentary Himself (segment “I’m Afraid of Americans”)


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