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David Speltz

David Speltz is known for his work on Source Code (2011), Spartan (2004) and Inside Man (2006). See full bio »

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Source Code
Source Code Music Department
Spartan Music Department
Inside Man
Inside Man Music Department
The Royal Tenenbaums
The Royal Tenenbaums Music Department


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 2011 Source Code (musician: orchestra - as Dave Speltz)
 2010 Lost Planet² (Video Game) (American Federation of Musicians of the United States: music credits - as David H. Speltz)
 2009 Biohazard 5 (Video Game) (musician: cello)
 2008 Food, Inc. (Documentary) (cello - as Dave Speltz)
 2008 Miracle at St. Anna (musician: cello)
 2007 The Good Life (musician: cello)
 2006 Inside Man (musician: first cello - as Dave Speltz)
 2004 Admissions (musician: cello)
 2004 Spartan (musician: cello)
 2002 Great Performances (TV Series) (musician - 1 episode)
- Josh Groban in Concert (2002) ... (musician)
 2001 The Royal Tenenbaums (musician: cello - as Dave Speltz)
 1995 Toy Story (musician: cello - uncredited)
 1993 Short Cuts (performer: music score)
 1979 Breaking Away (musician: cello - uncredited)
 1977 The Car (musician: cello - uncredited)
 1975 Breakheart Pass (musician: cello - uncredited)
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 1992 Sneakers
Kiev String Quartet
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 2001 James Dean (TV Movie) (cello soloist)

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Alternate Names:

Dave Speltz | David H. Speltz

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