Icelandic composer, musician and producer Johann Johannsson was found dead in his Berlin apartment Friday. He was 48.

ADVERTISEMENT confirmed the news with his manager, Tim Husom, but said the cause was not immediately known.

Johannsson's music was heard on the soundtracks of the films "mother!," "Arrival," "The Theory of Everything," "Prisoners" and "Sicario."

He is also credited as a composer, along with Hildur Gudnadottir, for the upcoming Bible drama "Mary Magdalene."

Johannsson is survived by his parents, three sisters and daughter, Variety reported.

His Facebook page was updated Saturday with the message: "It is with profound sadness that we confirm the passing of our dear friend Johann. We have lost one of the most talented and brilliant people who we had the privilege of knowing and working with. May his music continue to inspire us.

-- Redbird Music Management."