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Stephen McKeon

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Stephen McKeon

Stephen McKeon is an award winning Irish composer of film and television soundtrack music. He received an Irish Film and Television Award for the John Boorman film The Tiger's Tail and was nominated for Blind Flight, Savage and the children's animated feature Niko 2 - Little Brother, Big Trouble. His other works include: The Nephew (1998) and Borstal Boy (2000). He scored the 2011 biopic Hattie.

McKeon has written the score for over 40 films plus a number of the more recent Hercule Poirot TV movies as well as many TV drama series. He has also scored the fourth and fifth seasons of the British fantasy drama, Primeval.

He is a multi-instrumentalist whose work covers a wide spectrum from large orchestral scores to ambient guitar based music such as that written for the Scottish BAFTA winning film Summer..

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