South African born composer Mark Kilian has had a successful and eclectic ﬁlm scoring career spanning over two decades. Although he is best known for his ethnic-flavored scores such as the Oscar-winning Tsotsi, Traitor, and Rendition, he has also received acclaim for his work in a wide variety of genres.
His most recent work includes the hit musical comedy Pitch Perfect (for which he has a platinum album for soundtrack sales), Bless Me, Ultima, John Carpenter’s The Ward, HBO’s documentary 41 (a portrait of George H.W. Bush), Seal Team 8, Parts Per Billion, and Repentance.
Mark’s TV series work includes Don’t Trust The B— in Apartment 23, Body of Proof, Daybreak, Kitchen Confidential, and Jake in Progress.
He has also written music for numerous TV ad campaigns for Apple, Toyota, Budweiser, American Express, and Microsoft. Additionally, Mark has three albums out under the name ‘The Gravy Street’ which has received airplay.
Mark currently works and resides in Los Angeles.