(writer: "Off the Grid", "B-Boys in the Cut" - as Adam Nathaniel Yauch)
(TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
- Sweet Dreams
... (writer: "Fight For Your Right (To Party)" - uncredited)
(writer: "(YOU'VE GOTTA) FIGHT FOR YOUR RIGHT (TO PARTY)")
(writer: "Here's a Little Something for Ya" - as Adam Nathaniel Yauch)
20 to 1
(TV Series documentary) (writer - 2 episodes)
Iron Man 2
(writer: "Groove Holmes" - as Adam Youch)
(writer: "No Sleep Till Brooklyn")
(writer: "Sabotage" - as Adam Nathaniel Yauch)
(writer: "Hey Ladies" - as Adam Nathaniel Yauch)
The Weather Man
(writer: "Transitions" (1994) - as Adam Nathaniel Yauch)
(Documentary) (writer: "Three MC's and One DJ")
(writer: "Groove Holmes", "Eugene's Lament" - as A. Yauch)
(writer: "Pow", "In 3's", "Sabrosa")
: Directed music video for Beastie Boys, "Triple Trouble" (as Nathanial Hornblower).
2 Interviews |
3 Articles |
1 Magazine Cover Photo |
The Beastie Boys | Beastie Boys | Nathaniel Hornblower | Nathanial Hörnblowér | Nathaniel Hörnblowér | MCA | Nathan Wind | Adam 'MCA' Yauch | Adam Nathaniel Yauch | Adam Youck
5' 9" (1.75 m)
Did You Know?
The energy that was in it more sincerely captured a concert than most things I'd seen, and I thought, wow, imagine multiplying this.
He was straight-edged and a huge Minor Threat
fan when the Beastie Boys
first formed as a punk group. When they began to rap, Yauch, as did his band-mates, started to drink and do drugs. By the early 1990's, Yauch had quit substance abuse once again, but this time it was due to his converting to Buddhism.