Gordy Haab (born 1976) is an American film, video game and television composer based in Los Angeles, California. His work has been featured in works associated with beloved franchises including most recently Star Wars Battlefront II, for which he won Video Game Score of the Year from the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers. Also in 2018, he was mentioned in Billboard as being the possible heir apparent to John Williams. Haab is also known for his work on Microsoft's Halo Wars 2, for which he was nominated for a 2017 HMMA award. His score for Electronic Arts' Star Wars: Battlefront, won three awards at the 2016 GDC G.A.N.G. Awards: Music of the Year, Best Interactive Score, and Best Instrumental Score. Gordy has also been nominated for a BAFTA Games Awards for his work on 'Star Wars: Battlefront.' Haab's music has received much praise over the course of his career. His work and talent has been covered by numerous industry publications and many leading media outlets, including the HuffPost, which said, “Star Wars Battlefront is sounding better and better everyday...this new Star Wars music will light your saber.” In 2015, Hardcore Gamer was among the first to link Haab to his inspiration by saying, ‘‘'Star Wars Battlefront’ features the best game score John Williams never wrote.” The Los Angeles Times has also recognized Haabs's work, praising his composition style as, “the B-side to John Williams’ score,” and Billboard quoted Steve Schnur, the president of music for EA, as saying, "Gordy is one of the few composers in the world on [Star Wars creator George] Lucas’ short list."