“Kent’s great gift... is his timbral control. He mixes sound colors beautifully, even allowing in moments of spoken voice that are so fleeting and subdued that they become another musical instrument.”
- Andrew Granade, Soundtrack.Net
Unexpected texture, sounds and a signature musical personality are the hallmarks of Award-winning British Film Composer, Rolfe Kent.
nominated for a Golden Globe and Critics Choice Award in 2007), Labor Day, Bad Words (Jason Bateman’s directorial debut), Dom Hemingway, About Schmidt, Election, Mean Girls, Legally Blonde and Legally Blonde II, Wedding Crashers, The Matador, Reign Over Me, The Hunting Party, and Thank You for Smoking.
Kent also composed the Emmy-nominated main title theme for the Showtime hit, Dexter. In 2012, he received the BMI Richard Kirk Award for career achievement.
Kent has scored over 50 films including Academy Award-nominated Up in the Air (for which he won a Golden Satellite award), Sideways (for which he was