Interview with Sean Murray
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35 minutes, Language: EnglishRecorded by Oscar Flores on 2011-02-16
The son of famous actor Don Murray, Sean grew up in Santa Barbara, California where he also began his career as a film composer by scoring student films at the Brooks Institute. He has scored over 40 films, including Junkyard Dog, The Deal, Firetrap and the 2008 horror/drama Stevie. His television credits include God The Devil And Bob, and music for season two of the hit series Buffy The Vampire Slayer. Sean has also composed scores for some notable video games, starting with True Crime: Streets of Los Angeles and True Crime New York. In 2008, he scored Call of Duty: World At War, and more recently, Sean was called again to provide a score for the Call of Duty franchise — this time for Call of Duty: Black Ops, which surpassed the $1 billion dollar sales mark a few months ago. Black Ops was recorded by an 80-piece orchestra at the famous Eastwood Scoring Stage at Warner Brothers. The score was released as a digital-only soundtrack by Activision.