Anthony Lledo was born in 1972 in Denmark.


Danish composer Anthony Lledo made his feature film debut with the score for the Swedish film ‘Frostbite’. His dark thematic orchestral score received widely critically acclaim and won the Best Score award at the Screamfest Film Festival in Hollywood, Los Angeles. Music from ‘Frostbite’ was later performed in concert by the Malmö Symphony Orchestra.

In 2008 Anthony Lledo moved to Los Angeles by invitation from film composer Harry Gregson-Williams and did additional music and arrangements for major films including 'X-Men Origins: Wolverine', 'Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time' (prod. Jerry Bruckheimer), DreamWorks' 'Shrek Forever After', Ben Affleck's 'The Town', 'Cowboys and Aliens' (starring Harrison Ford and Daniel Craig) and the Tony Scott films 'The Taking of Pelham 1 2 3' and 'Unstoppable.'

Lledo has scored the four-time Emmy Award winning Civil War film 'Gettysburg' (exec. produced by Ridley Scott and Tony Scott), the horror/thriller 'Darkroom' starring Kaylee DeFer and Elisabeth Röhm, as well the animated fantasy tv-series 'Legends of Chima' which received widely critical acclaim and was named one of the best scores for television in 2013 by several reviewers - winning Tracksounds Cue Award for Best Television Score.

In 2018 Anthony Lledo and composer Mikkel Maltha composed the score for the feature film 'Journal 64' ('The Purity of Vengeance'), the fourth installment of the Department Q film series directed by Christoffer Boe based on the successful books by Danish writer Jussi Adler-Olsen.