Rolfe Kent

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Rolfe Kent
Born 1963 (age 50–51)
St Albans, Hertfordshire, England

Rolfe R. Kent (born 1963) is a British film score composer.

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Kent was born in St Albans, Hertfordshire, England. He attended St Albans School, worked at Balrossie School in Renfrewshire, Scotland, then graduated in Psychology (BSc) from the University of Leeds in 1986. 1986-1988 he taught psychology at Leeds Polytechnic (now Leeds Metropolitan University) before moving to London to concentrate on film scoring.

Rolfe currently lives in Los Angeles, California. He was nominated for a Golden Globe Award in the "Best Original Score" category for Sideways.[1] He also composed the music for the movies Slums of Beverly Hills, The Men Who Stare at Goats, Wedding Crashers, Legally Blonde, About Schmidt, Freaky Friday, Election, Kate & Leopold, The Matador, 17 Again, Reign Over Me, Thank You for Smoking, The Hunting Party, The Lucky Ones, Gun Shy, Ghosts of Girlfriends Past, Gambit, Dom Hemingway and Up in the Air. In addition, he composed the theme song to the Showtime Original Series Dexter, for which he was nominated for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Main Title Theme Music.[2] In 2013, he scored Jason Reitman's Labor Day,[3] Nicolas Bary's Au bonheur des ogres,[4] and Jason Bateman's directorial debut Bad Words.[5]

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