Award-winning composer known for his work composing scores for movies. His most prominent works include the movies Until Death, Never Surrender, and the TV show The Bay. Most of his work has been with independent films.
He grew up showing a proclivity for music and was studying at Saddleback Junior College by the time he was 11. He later attended UCLA and the Nadia Boulanger Institute.
He founded both E3, a music label, and The Composer Collective. He won awards for Best Original Score for his work on Game of Assassins and Under Surveillance.
He has four children, three with first wife Michele Evans and one with second wife Kathy Evans.
His father was pianist and composer Bill Evans, who died when Evan was five.