Composer Details
Roger Bellon

Country of origin
United States 

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Born and raised in Paris, France, Roger Bellon began his music career at the age of eight. He recieved his first commission from the Ecole Normal de Musique at the age of twenty,and the resulting piece was published by the legendary Max Eshig. Bellon composed the music for numerous movies, documentaries and plays for French television, including LaMarseillaise and Les Heroiques. As a recording artist for RCA Records, Paris, he released two highly acclaimed albums: Roger Bellon- Jazz Compositions For Small Orchestra and Zero, Zero- A Children's Christmas Album.
Moving to Los Angeles in 1984 he continued his writing career, composing music for such television shows as Falcon Crest and Cafe Americain (for which he also composed the main theme) and was the composer for the hit British series Yellow Thread Street. His television specials include The Kid Who Wouldn't Quit, The Brad Silverman Story and an adaptation of Frankenstein, for which he recieved an EMMY nomination.
Bellon has composed seven feature films, including The Unholy, Waxwork (which has recieved three international awards), Dark Horse, Options, Social Suicide and Princess Academy, and wrote an all-new score for the re-release of The Sheik, Rudolph Valentino's 1921 silent classic.
In the documentary field, Bellon has scored, among others, Doctors Without Borders (Medecin Sans Frontiere) which profiles an international team of physicians and their quest to aid war-torn and third world countries. He also provided music for director Rick Rosenthal's film Tuesday's Child, documenting the Pediatric Aids Foundation.  

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