Marvin Hamlisch: Composer passes away aged 68
Celebrated composer Marvin Hamlisch has died at the age of 68.
It has been revealed by the family spokesperson that, the writer of music for stage and screen has passed away after a short illness, according to The AP.
The musician worked on films including The Way We Were, The Sting, Woody Allen's Bananas and Take The Money And Run, Same Time Next Year, Save The Tiger, Sophie's Choice and The Spy Who Loved Me.
The artist wrote the score on stage for the iconic musical A Chorus Line, which was the composer's first Broadway show.
The talented composer was one of only 11 people to win awards at the Oscars, Tonys, Emmys and Grammys.
Marvin Hamlisch was also the recipient of three Golden Globes and a Pulitzer Prize for A Chorus Line.