Frederick, Jason 1970-
Frederick, Jason 1970-
Born November 29, 1970, in Sudbury, Ontario, Canada.
Composer and musician. Played and recorded music with Canadian pop groups The Walk and Dave Rave Conspiracy.
Assistant to Mr. Gibbs, 28 Days, Columbia, 2000.
Music scoring assistant, Big Momma's House (also known as Big Mamas Haus), Twentieth Century-Fox, 2000.
Music scoring assistant, Not Another Teen Movie (also known as Sex Academy), Columbia, 2001.
Music scoring assistant and score coordinator, Queen of the Damned (also known as Anne Rice's "Queen of the Damned"), Warner Bros., 2002.
Chocolate for Breakfast (also known as Four and a Half Women), 1998.
The Band, Hypnotic.com, 1999.
Blue Caviar (short), 2001.
Terry Tate, Office Linebacker (short), 2002.
Big Boy (also known as Dawg), Dawg LLC, 2002.
The Honor System (short), 2003.
Carter's Wish (short), 2003.
Jackhammer (also known as The Jackhammer Massacre), Plus Entertainment, 2004.
Marty and Sven (short), 2004.
2BPerfectlyHonest, Monarch Home Video, 2004.
News for the Church (short), 2004.
The Way It Was Meant to Be Seen (short), 2004.
Terror Tunes 2, Jesco Film Entertainment, 2007.
Good Chemistry, 2007.
Film Additional Scores:
(Uncredited) Like Mike, Twentieth Century-Fox, 2002.
101 Dalmatians II: Patch's London Adventure, Walt Disney Home Video, 2003.
("Two of a Mind") Fake Stacy (short), 2003.
Television Scores; Series:
Darcy's Wild Life, NBC, 2004-2005.
The Replacements, Disney Channel, 2006.
Slacker Cats, ABC Family, 2007.
Television Scores; Movies:
(Wraparound sequence) On the Edge, Showtime, 2001.
Two Sisters, 2008.
Television Scores; Pilots:
Slacker Cats, The WB, 2001.
Television Additional Music; Episodic:
"Recipe for Disaster," How Clean Is Your House?, Lifetime, 2005.
Also wrote additional music, "Charlie's Dirtiest Little Angel," How Clean Is Your Life?, Lifetime.
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