Raised in Santa Barbara, CA; son of Don Murray (an actor, writer, and producer); brother of Christopher Murray (an actor) and Mick Murray (an actor).
Composer, keyboard musician, music arranger, and music producer.
Spike TV Video Game Award nomination, best music, 2003, for True Crime.
Song performer, "Highway of Love," One Way Out, Arrow Releasing, 1996.
Song performer, "Dance Baby Dance" and "Full Metal," Critics and Other Freaks, Niuwirth Pictures, 1997.
Song performer, "Highway of Love," Scream Queen, Tatiana Bliss, 2003.
Score producer, Face of Terror, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, 2003.
Music arranger and music producer, Art Heist (also known as Golpe maestro), Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, 2005.
Television Work; Episodic:
Keyboard musician, "Singin' the Blues," Compromising Situations, 1995.
Song performer for multiples episodes, Buffy the Vampire Slayer (also known as BtVS, Buffy, and Buffy the Vampire Slayer: The Series), The WB, 1997-98.
Song performer, "If I Can't Have You," "Truth or Consequences," Wasteland, 1999.
Scorpion, Crown International Pictures, 1987.
Dying for a Smoke (documentary), Pyramid Media/Xenon Entertainment, 1992.
Spree, Two Planet Pictures, 1993.
Murdered, Coffin Productions, 1993.
Songwriter, The Chase, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1994.
Red Man (short film), Seattle International Film Festival Filmmakers Forum, 1995.
God of Rockabilly, MSH Entertainment, 1995.
The Crier (also known as Demoness), Brilling Video/E.I. Independent Cinema, 1995.
(Including song "Highway of Love") One Way Out, Arrow Releasing, 1996.
Arranged Marriage, Playboy Entertainment Group, 1996.
(Including songs "Anything," "Secrets," "Wangdangho," "Waterlove," and "You Can Take Me Home") A Rock and a Hard Place, Playboy Entertainment Group, 1997.
Ocean Tribe, SeaReel, 1997.
Madam Savant, Maui Heat Productions, 1997.
The First to Go, First Entertainment/Two Planet Pictures, 1997.
(Including songs "Dance Baby Dance" and "Full Metal") Critics and Other Freaks, Niuwirth Pictures, 1997.
The Legend of Cryin' Ryan, Porchlight Entertainment, 1998.
Devil's Playground, Cinepro, 1998.
Shogun Cop, 1999.
The Doorman, Allied Entertainment Group, 1999.
A Fate Totally Worse than Death, Bubble Factory, 2000.
The Elite, PM Entertainment Group, 2000.
Phase IV, American Cinema International, 2001.
Island Prey, Cinema West Films/Riead Productions, 2001.
Elvis Is Alive, Cinnamon Moon Productions, 2001.
Purgatory Flats, American Cinema International, 2002.
Storm Watch (also known as Code Hunter and Virtual Storm), Velocity Home Entertainment, 2002.
The Honorable, American Film Partners/Amsell Entertainment/Lincoln Pictures, 2002.
Con Express, Artisan Entertainment, 2002.
Global Effect, Cinetel Films/Enigma Pictures, 2002.
Cold Sweat, International Talent Marketing, 2002.
Face of Terror, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, 2003.
Art Heist (also known as Golpe maestro), Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, 2005.
Bad Girls from Valley High, Universal Home Entertainment, 2005.
The Deal (also known as El pacte), Sony Pictures Entertainment, 2006.
Clean Break (also known as Unnatural Causes), Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, 2008.
Reflections, Drimtim Entertainment, 2008.
Junkyard Dog, Bass Entertainment Pictures/In the Light Entertainment/Extreme Film Crew, 2008.
The Lost (also known as Perduts), Sony Pictures, 2008.
Composer for the short films The Invisible Poet, Morpheos Films; Justifiable Homicide, E.B. Films; Ode to G.I. Joe, Arena Productions; Pikadon, Red Tide Productions; and Three AM Eternal, 3 AM Productions.
Television Music; Series:
The Savage Dragon, USA Network, 1996.
(Including songs for multiple episodes) Buffy the Vampire Slayer (also known as BtVS, Buffy, and Buffy the Vampire Slayer: The Series), The WB, 1997-98.
Also songwriter for the series Knots Landing, CBS.
Television Music; Movies:
Firetrap, HBO, 2001.
Descent, Sci-Fi Channel, 2005.
Earthstorm, Sci-Fi Channel, 2006.
Television Music; Episodic:
"Blind Love," Women: Stories of Passion, Showtime, 1996.
"Sing, Sing Me the Blues," Women: Stories of Passion, Showtime, 1997.
"Mind's Eye," Women: Stories of Passion, Showtime, 1997.
Song "If I Can't Have You," "Truth or Consequences," Wasteland, 1999.
"In the Beginning," God, the Devil, and Bob, NBC, 2000.
"God's Favorite," God, the Devil, and Bob, NBC, 2001.
Television Music; Other:
One for the Road, 1989.
Sam Churchill: Search for a Homeless Man (also known as The Churchill Files), 1999.
Hidden Camera, 2007.
Video Game Music:
Composer for the video games Call of Duty: World at War and True Crime, both Activision.
Sean Murray Official Site,http://www.seanmurraymusic.com, November 4, 2008.
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