Paul Saunderson

Paul Saunderson


Three Identical Strangers


Paul Saunderson is a British film composer known for 100 Streets (Idris Elba), Starfish (Joanne Froggatt) and most recently the noir thriller, The Marker (Frederick Schmidt). Other works include collaborating on hit SKY One action series Strike Back, SKY Atlantic’s Riviera (Julia Styles) and MTV's adventure series The Shannara Chronicles. In addition to Three Identical Strangers, Paul has just completed Keith English’s The More You Ignore Me (Sheridan Smith and Mark Addy) and Tom Edmunds's Dead in a Week (Tom Wilkison and Aneurin Barnard) with Elbow frontman Guy Guavey.

Saunderson learnt his craft working with composer Ilan Eshkeri and film music producer Steve McLaughlin on over 40 feature films including Kick-Ass, Coriolanus, Johnny English: Reborn, 47 Ronin and Shaun The Sheep: Movie. He has also worked alongside many recording artists such as Badly Drawn Boy, Coldplay, Kasabian, KT Tunstall, Tom Odell, The Cinematic Orchestra, Ash and Andy Burrows.

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