Nicholas Hooper is a British film and television composer, having written and produced music for over 250 films, dramas, and documentaries since 1988. He has scored the award-winning BBC productions Land of the Tiger and Andes to Amazon, as well as the TV movies The Tichborne Claimant, My Family and Other Animals, Prime Suspect: The Final Act and The Girl in the Café, among others.
Hooper won a BAFTA Award for Best Original Score in 2004 for The Young Visiters, also having been nominated for State of Play.
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Nicholas Hooper (producer), John Heiden (design/illustration), Nick Steinhardt (design/illustration), Nicholas Hooper (liner notes), David Yates (liner notes), London Chamber Orchestra (performing orchestra), David Heyman (producer), David Barron (producer), David Yates (producer), Peter Cobbin (mix), Peter Cobbin (recording), John Heiden (art direction), Jeri Heiden (art direction), Ellen Wakayama (art direction), Nicholas Hooper (composer), Robin Whittaker (editor), Allan Jenkins (editor), Sophie Cornet (editor), RSVP Voices (vocal), Allan Jenkins (compiler), Julian Kershaw (orchestrator), Alastair King (orchestrator), Bradley Miles (orchestrator), Simon Whiteside (orchestrator), Geoff Alexander (orchestrator)