Jeff Tymoschuk

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Jeff Tymoschuk
Born (1974-04-06) 6 April 1974 (age 45)
OriginSouris, Manitoba, Canada
GenresVideo game
Years active2002–present

Jeff Tymoschuk (born 6 April 1974) is a Canadian composer who writes music for film, television, video games and theatrical productions. His music is often fast-paced and intense to accompany lively action sequences.

Early life[edit]

Tymoschuk grew up in Souris, Manitoba, Canada.


In 2002 Tymoschuk wrote the musical score for the video game James Bond 007: Nightfire from Electronic Arts. He later composed additional music on James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing, supplementing composer Sean Callery’s score.[1]

Tymoschuk has also written music for Pursuit Force: Extreme Justice for BigBig Games/Sony Computer Entertainment Europe, Penny Arcade Adventures: On the Rain-Slick Precipice of Darkness[2] and DeathSpank from Hothead Games,[3] and additional music on The Simpsons Hit and Run for Radical Entertainment/Vivendi Universal Games. In 2011 he composed the score for Sleeping Dogs from United Front Games, an open world game set in the Hong Kong underworld.

In 2010, he composed the score for the supernatural thriller Altitude for director Kaare Andrews and Foundation Features, starring Jessica Lowndes and Julianna Guill.Other films include Below Zero starring Edward Furlong and Michael Berryman, and the action/horror film Tasmanian Devils, starring Danica McKellar.

Tymoschuk has created sound and music for a number of theatrical productions at the Carousel Theatre for Young People in Vancouver.[4][5] In 2012 he was nominated for a Jessie Richardson Theatre Award for composition.[6]


Year Film Studio Director
2015 The Marine 4: Moving Target WWE Studios/20th Century Fox William Kaufman
2015 Mother of All Lies Reel One Entertainment Monika Mitchell
2014 Pants On Fire (co-composer) Two 4 The Money Media Jonathan A. Rosenbaum
2014 Signed, Sealed, Delivered For Christmas (additional music) Special Delivery Teleproductions Kevin Fair
2014 Leprechaun: Origins WWE Studios/Lionsgate Zach Lipovsky
2014 Heavenly Match Front Street Pictures Michael A. Scott
2013 Afflicted (additional music) CBS Films Clif Prowse & Derek Lee
2013 Window Wonderland (co-composer) Front Street Pictures Michael A. Scott
2012 Tasmanian Devils Original Pictures Zach Lipovsky
2011 Hunt for the I-5 Killer (additional music) Bauman Entertainment Allan Kroeker
2011 Below Zero Twilight Pictures Justin Thomas Ostensen
2010 Altitude Foundation Features Kaare Andrews
2010 Circle of Pain Legacy Filmworks Daniel Zirilli
2008 That One Night Infinite Reality Productions Rick Alyea
2007 Mr. Big Eagle Harbour Entertainment Tiffany Burns
2005 subHuman (co-composer) Sonambulist Imagery Mark Tuit
2004 The Big Bank Theory Sea to Sky Productions Adriane Polo
2006 Latchkey's Lament (short) Tentaco Productions Troy Nixey


Year Title Studio
2014 Signed, Sealed, Delivered (additional music) Moon Water Productions/Hallmark
2013 Cedar Cove (co-composer, pilot episode) Front Street Pictures/Hallmark
2012 Animism: The Gods' Lake Zeroes2Heroes Media/APTN

Video games[edit]

Year Title Studio
2015 Sleeping Dogs: Triad Wars United Front Games/Square Enix
2012 Sleeping Dogs United Front Games/Square Enix
2011 The Baconing Hothead Games/Electronic Arts
2010 DeathSpank: Thongs of Virtue Hothead Games/Electronic Arts
2010 DeathSpank Hothead Games/Electronic Arts
2008 Penny Arcade Adventures: On the Rain-Slick Precipice of Darkness Hothead Games
2007 Pursuit Force: Extreme Justice BigBig Games/Sony Computer Entertainment Europe
2004 James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing (additional music) Electronic Arts
2003 The Simpsons: Hit & Run (additional music) Radical Entertainment/Vivendi Universal Games
2002 James Bond 007: Nightfire (co-composer) Electronic Arts


  1. ^ "Video game composers score interactive experiences". The Georgia Strait, by Blaine Kyllo on August 9th, 2010
  2. ^ "On The Musical Precipice Of Darkness". Inside Mac Games, Cord Kruse
  3. ^ "Interview: DeathSpank's Soundtrack - Sailing the Seas of Sonic Justice". Gamasutra, January 19, 2011
  4. ^ "SILVERWING". Vancouver Plays, December 2006, Volume 30.
  5. ^ "Theatre review: Young audience gets royal treatment". Vancouver Courier, Jo Ledingham. April 23, 2013
  6. ^ "Nominees for the 30th annual Jessie Richardson Theatre Awards announced". Georgia Strait, by Jessica Werb on May 18th, 2012

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