Michael Hill has supervised the music for the Showtime series Nurse Jackie for the last six seasons and just wrapped the first season of the Showtime comedy HAPPYish. Earlier this year he completed work on the NBC mini-series event, The Slap, and the new ballet-oriented drama, Flesh & Bone, set to air on the Starz Network this fall. He is currently working on independent film projects with John Cameron Mitchell (How To Talk To Girls At Parties), Todd Solondz (Weiner Dog) and Lee Kirk (Geezer). Coming out this summer are James Strouse’s People, Places, Things (starring Jemaine Clement) and Ramin Bahrani’s 99 Homes, with Michael Shannon and Andrew Garfield.
Previously, Michael did season one of The Sundance Channel drama The Red Road and all three seasons of the HBO cult hit Bored To Death. He began his career as an A&R rep for Warner Bros Records, where he spent 15 years, working with such artists as the Replacements, Luka Bloom and Soul Coughing. For the last 12 years, he has been a part of the talent committee for the annual Tibet House concert at Carnegie Hall, under the direction of Philip Glass.