Award-winning composer Marc Shaiman first worked as a music director and arranger for Bette Midler's extravagant live shows. He later supervised the music for the diva's films Divine Madness (1980), Big Business, and Beaches (both 1988). He made his debut as a composer on the soundtrack of Rob Reiner's Misery (1990) and subsequently scored three more films for him. He has also worked with Barry Sonnenfeld on both Addams Family films and with Ron Underwood. In addition to composing music, Shaiman also produces records and, in 1989, earned a gold record for his work on the When Harry Met Sally soundtrack. ~ Sandra Brennan, Rovi