Paul Farrer

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Paul Farrer (born 1973) is a British film and television music composer. He is best known for composing the music for the programmes The Weakest Link, Dancing on Ice, Gladiators, The Krypton Factor and The United Kingdom General Election Debates .

Early life

Farrer was born in Worcester, England in 1973. When he was eight, he joined the Worcester Cathedral Voluntary Choir, where he performed with the London Symphony Orchestra, the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic and the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra.

He left school at 16, and began working in a recording studio, playing the piano, clarinet, violin, saxophone and trumpet. He produced jingles for radio stations and set up his own company, before starting work for television.

Television career

Farrer composed the music for the BBC programme The Weakest Link, which is broadcast in 96 countries.Farrer composed the music for The Jerry Springer Show, Dog Eat Dog, Riot Cops, Torvill and Dean's Dancing on Ice, Saturday Night Live, and the Academy Awards. He has also composed the music for the TV show Ant & Dec's PokerFace (ITV1). He wrote the music for the Toy Story CD-ROMS, and produced work for The Royal Air Force, Shell, Ferrari and Ford.

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