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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Cast (feature film)

1.
There Goes My Baby (1994) as Performer
Told from the point of view of the class valedictorian, Mary Beth, the story follows a group of high school seniors during the 1965 Watts riots.

Producer (feature film)

2.
Enemy at the Gates (2001) as Executive Music Consultant (Mandalay Pictures)
The true story of a duel during World War II between celebrated Russian sniper, Vassili Zaitsev, and the Nazi's best sharpshooter, Major Konig, set against the epic battle of Stalingrad. Unassuming and self-contained, Vassili is just an ordinary man who performs his duty with extraordinary skill. With Stalingrad ready to fall into German hands and the Soviet Union on the verge of collapse, there could be no better time for a hero to emerge. Realizing Vassili's potential, Soviet political officer, Danilov, creates the soldier into a national hero. However, when Danilov and Vassili fall in love with Tania, a courageous female soldier, Danilov grows to hate the man he created. Meanwhile, Vassili gains another enemy when he becomes the target of Germany's best sharpshooter, Major Konig, who has been ordered to find and kill Vassili. With exquisite patience and skill, each man stalks the other, fighting his war in solitude while countless men die around them in the rubble of Stalingrad.
3.
Gloria (1999) as Executive Music Consultant
A former gun-moll becomes the reluctant guardian of a young boy who has become the target of a mob hit after witnessing the murder of his parents. Gloria has just been released from a prison term served to protect her ex-lover, but when she returns to New York she discovers that boyfriend Kevin does
4.
Deep End of the Ocean, The (1999) as Executive Music Consultant
Beth Cappadora is like most mothers--loving, devoted and occasionally overwhelmed by the demands of caring for her family and maintaining a successful career as a photographer. With her small three children in tow, she arrives at a hotel for her 15th high school reunion weekend. In the middle of the
5.
Les Miserables (1998) as Executive Music Consultant
Jean Valjean is released from prison after serving 20 years of hard labor. Left without a sense of morality, he soon steals silverware from a bishop's house. He is caught; yet, when he is returned by the police, the bishop states the silver was a gift. His only request is that Valjean learn to do go
6.
Desperate Measures (1998) as Executive Music Consultant
Set in San Francisco, a tale about a cop who bends department rules in trying to aid his terminally ill son. He chases an escaped convict whose matching bone marrow will enable his son to have an organ transplant.
7.
I Know What You Did Last Summer (1997) as Executive Music Consultant
Three friends accidently hit and kill someone while they are driving drunk. They opt not to tell anyone about the murder and, in time, they pretend to forget about it. Their crime comes back to haunt them the following summer when they each start receiving mysterious letters from someone who knows what they've done.
8.
Seven Years in Tibet (1997) as Executive In Charge Of Music
In the autumn of 1939, Heinrich Harrer, the famous Austrian mountaineer, and his countryman Peter Aufschnaiter, set out to climb Nanga Parbat, one of the highest peaks in the Himalayas. The self-centered Harrer, whose sole pre-occupation was the achievement of fame and glory, would experience an emotional awakening on his fantastic journey that would take him from the heights of conquests to the depths of internment in a British prisoner-of-war camp, then from escape and a harrowing two-year trek through the Himalayas to the mysterious Tibetan city of Lhasa. As a stranger in a strange land where few westerners have ever visited, Harrer was befriended by the young Dalai Lama, and was asked to tutor the religious leader in English, geography and the ways of the Western world. He would eventually spend seven years in Tibet, during a period of tremendous political upheaval in that country, graced with friendship and the spiritual enlightenment of the young Dalai Lama.

Music (feature film)

9.
Savages (2012)
Young, independent Laguna Beach-based marijuana kingpins are blackmailed into working for the Baja Cartel after one of their threesome is kidnapped.
10.
Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps (2010)
Following a lengthy prison term, Gordon Gekko finds himself on the outside looking in at a world he once commanded. Still a master manipulator, Gekko will stop at nothing to reclaim his rightful place at the top of Wall Street.
11.
Who Do You Love (2008)
Leonard Chess changed the face of modern music, and he did so without playing a note. A Jewish immigrant living in Chicago just as the city was exploding with new blues sounds, he heard what few others did at the time-- the universal passion in the music of performers like Etta James, Muddy Waters
12.
Mad Money (2008)
Three ordinary women form an unlikely friendship and decide to do something extraordinary--rob one of the most secure banks in the world.
13.
Nothing Like the Holidays (2008)
It's Christmas time and the far-flung members of the Rodriguez family are converging at their parents' home in Chicago to celebrate the season and rejoice in their youngest brother's safe return from combat overseas. For Jesse, coming home has rekindled feelings for an old flame, although she can't seem to forgive him for leaving. His older sister Roxanna, a struggling actress, has been chasing her Hollywood dreams for years with little to show for it. And much to the dismay of their mother Anna, eldest brother Mauricio brings home a high-powered executive wife who would rather raise capital than a child. In the course of one eventful week, traditions will be celebrated, secrets revealed and major life decisions made. It all begins when Anna announces to her children she is divorcing their father Eduardo. The shock waves from this familial upheaval prompt Roxanna, Mauricio and Jesse, each in their own way, to reevaluate the past and rethink the future. But when the Rodriguezes learn that one of their own is facing a true crisis, they instinctively pull together: Old resentments are forgotten, familial bonds are re-affirmed and the healing power of laughter works its magic as the family discovers they are much stronger than they ever realized.
14.
Who Do You Love (2008)
Leonard Chess changed the face of modern music, and he did so without playing a note. A Jewish immigrant living in Chicago just as the city was exploding with new blues sounds, he heard what few others did at the time-- the universal passion in the music of performers like Etta James, Muddy Waters
15.
Feel The Noise (2007)
A talented twenty-one-year-old from the South Bronx has his dreams of hip-hop stardom dashed when a run-in with local thugs forces him to hide in Puerto Rico with the father he never knew.
16.
Hounddog (2007)
In rural Alabama in the late 1950s, spirited young girl Lewellen struggles to rise above the repression that surrounds her. Lewellen lives with her stern religious zealot grandmother, Grammie, but spends most of her time down the hill with her much-adored Daddy in his falling down shack. Daddy is wi
17.
Reservation Road (2007)
Story of two families who's lives are intertwined, when the father of one family kills the son of the other in a hit-and-run accident.
18.
World Trade Center (2006)
September 11, 2001 was an unusually warm day in New York. Will Jimeno, an officer with the Port Authority Police Department, was tempted to take a personal day to enjoy his hobby of bow hunting, but ultimately decided that he would go to work. Sergeant John McLoughlin, a respected veteran of the PAP
19.
Fog, The (2005)
In the small town of Antonio Bay, a terrifying and malevolent force hidden within a thick and deadly fog terrorizes the local residents. Shrouded by the mist is a ghastly mystery of merciless revenge, one that the town's inhabitants would do well to unravel--before it's too late.
20.
King, The (2005)
Elvis Valderez is a twenty-one year old dreamer who has just been honorably discharged from the US Navy. With his duffle bag and rifle, he travels back to his hometown of Corpus Christi Texas, where he intends to seek out his father--a man he has only heard about from his Mexican mother, who has sin
21.
Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights (2004) as Executive Music Producer; Music Producer ("High School Confidential")
Havana: November, 1958. Eighteen-year-old Katey Miller brings an innate curiosity--and a smattering of Spanish--to her new life in Cuba's lush capital, where her father has taken an executive posting at Chrysler. Schooled by her parents in the art of ballroom dancing, Katey is expected to join the
22.
Alexander (2004) as Music Supervisor
Biopic of conqueror and warrior Alexander III, aka "Alexander the Great," King of Macedonia from 336-323 B.C.
23.
Beyond Borders (2003)
A romantic tale set across many years which centers around medical student who thinks he has found his calling as an international disaster relief worker--until he gets sidetracked by a philanthropic socialite who is entrenched in a troubled marriage. The two keep inadvertently meeting up, and soon
24.
Life or Something Like It (2002) as Executive Music Producer
Lanie Kerrigan, a feature reporter at a Seattle television station, seems to have it all: a baseball-superstar boyfriend, a gorgeous apartment, and a shot at a big network assignment. In the midst of a fluff-piece/interview, a homeless local street "seer" named Prophet Jack tells Lanie that she lead
25.
Score, The (2001) as Executive Music Producer
Nick Wells is ready to retire from crime. He'll settle down with his girlfriend Diane and focus on running his legitimate business: a Montreal jazz club. But Max, his fence, friend and financial partner, has other plans for him. Persuading Nick to violate two of his most important rules- always work alone and never operate in the city where you live -Max teams him up with Jack Teller. A young, aggressive and talented thief, Jack needs Nick's safe-cracking talents to make his first big score: a prize worth millions locked behind the walls of Montreal's Custom's House. It's a volatile combination in which egos clash and sparks fly, but the thrill of the heist has a grip on all three men, who won't give up no matter what the risk.
26.
Score, The (2001) as Song Producer ("City Home")
Nick Wells is ready to retire from crime. He'll settle down with his girlfriend Diane and focus on running his legitimate business: a Montreal jazz club. But Max, his fence, friend and financial partner, has other plans for him. Persuading Nick to violate two of his most important rules- always work alone and never operate in the city where you live -Max teams him up with Jack Teller. A young, aggressive and talented thief, Jack needs Nick's safe-cracking talents to make his first big score: a prize worth millions locked behind the walls of Montreal's Custom's House. It's a volatile combination in which egos clash and sparks fly, but the thrill of the heist has a grip on all three men, who won't give up no matter what the risk.
27.
Rock Star (2001) as Music Supervisor
Chris Cole was born to rock. His longtime girlfriend Emily believes his talent could take him all the way- but Chris worships at the altar of Bobby Beers, the fiery frontman for heavy metal legends Steel Dragon. By day, Chris still lives at home with his parents and spends his days repairing copy machines. But when Chris takes the stage, fronting Pennsylvania's premiere Steel Dragon tribute band, all of that disappears. Chris Cole is Bobby Beers- mesmerizing audiences with his perfect imitation of Beers' electrifying vocals. The night his bandmates boot him out of the group, Chris is devastated- until an unexpected phone call changes his life forever: He, Chris Cole, has been tapped to replace Bobby Beers as the lead singer of Steel Dragon. In an instant, Chris rockets to the dizzying heights of sudden stardom, rising from devotee to icon, from rock fan to rock god- the wanna-be who got to be. So what happens when an average guy gets everything he wants- and discovers it's not enough?
28.
Whipped (2000) as Music Supervisor
Three guys, thinking they're God's gift to women, all end up picking up on the same woman.
29.
Stigmata (1999) as Executive Music Producer
Frankie Paige is in her twenties. She works as a hairdresser. She has a boyfriend. There are a hundred other girls like Frankie Paige within a mile radius of her Boston apartment. But unlike all of them, things happen to Frankie--terrible things she can't understand or explain. And though she has tried everything to make them stop, they're just getting worse. She goes to doctors and psychologists, but even they can't answer the most important question: why her? At the moment of one her episodes, a chance encounter with a local priest is caught on tape and frightening implications of the incident drive the Vatican to send their own local investigator, Andrew Kiernan. Confronted with the powerful force that has taken over Frankie, Kiernan immediately recognizes the true danger she is in, and he must search in his own soul for the strength to save her life--even if it goes against everything he believes.
30.
Any Given Sunday (1999) as Music Supervisor
The biggest battle for the NFL's Miami Sharks is not with the other teams, but within the Shark's own ranks as aging star quarterback, Jack "Cap" Rooney, and battle-weary coach, Tony D'Amato, go head to head with young players and new management who are more concerned with big money and the star-making potential of television than the ethics of the game or the health of its players.
31.
Dance With Me (1998) as Executive Music Producer
A woman is reconnected with her dreams when she meets a teacher of Latin dance who instills a new sense of passion inside her.
32.
Wild Things (1998) as Executive Music Producer
A high school teacher is accused of raping two of his students.
33.
Donnie Brasco (1997) as Executive Music Producer
In the 1970s, FBI undecover agent Joe Pistone infiltrates the mob, leaving his family behind and assuming the false persona of the "jewel man" Donnie Brasco. His assignment: to become a trusted insider with the infamous Bonanno family by gaining the confidence of a low-level gangster. Lefty Ruggiero is an aging, two-bit hit-man who sees a new future for himself with the smart, young thief Donnie Brasco and enlists him as his protege. Together the two men enter into a camaraderie that will not allow either one to distance himself emotionally. Meanwhile, Donnie begins to get lost in the distance between his real and undercover selves. As Donnie moves deeper and deeper into the Mafia chain of command, he realizes he is not only losing the line between federal agent and criminal, between who he pretends to be and who he actually is, he is also leading Lefty, his closest friend, to an almost certain death sentence.
34.
U Turn (1997) as Executive Music Producer
When his car breaks down in a small God-forsaken town in Arizona, Bobby Cooper, a broke, two-bit criminal becomes involved with a beautiful married woman whose husband secretly wants her dead--and offers Bobby a high price to get the job done right.
35.
Nowhere (1997) as Executive Music Producer
A multi-racial, pansexual ensemble piece about adolescent turmoil and the eternal quest for love portrayed through the world of a messed-up 18-year-old's perspective--a world in which anything can happen. This final chapter of Greg Araki's trilogy takes place during a typically action-packed day in
36.
Speed 2: Cruise Control (1997) as Executive Soundtrack Producer
Annie Porter's last boyfriend Jack--a daredevil cop--didn't turn out to be too much of a romantic type and they have long since parted ways. She's now dating a much quieter, relaxed guy. To be sure, Alex Shaw also works in law enforcement, but he drives a ten-speed bike, and his most perilous duty is busting teenage pickpockets at Venice Beach. Alex, who's actually a member of an elite SWAT unit, hides the nature of his actual duties, for fear of losing Annie. He will do anything to make it up to her and when he gets caught by Annie in the midst of making a fearless arrest, Alex quickly produces a pair of tickets for what promises to be the ultimate vacation. Destination: the Caribbean... on board the world's most luxurious cruise liner. Six days of romance, rest and relaxation in paradise. It almost sounds to good to be true. It is...
37.
Twister (1996) as Music Supervisor
The largest storm to hit Oklahoma in more than half a century is brewing, and it promises to drop multiple twisters into Tornado Alley. It's the storm that two rival groups of scientists--Jo Harding and her band of brash university students, and corporate-sponsored Dr. Jonas Miller and his sleek, crack cadre with their state-of-the-art research vans--have been waiting for to earn their place in meteorological history. Each team wants to be the first to launch their own equipment pack inside a twister to transmit valuable scientific data about tornado behavior. But to do so, they must put themselves directly in the path of the marauding monster--and stay always just ahead of the swirling twister, anticipating its every move. Adding to the charged atmosphere, Jo's soon-to-be-ex-husband, meteorologist Bill Harding, reluctantly joins Jo and his old crew for this last, epic chase.
38.
Bogus (1996) as Music Consultant
Seven-year-old Albert was raised in a shiny world of sequins and show girls, surrounded by the fantasy of Las Vegas. But when his single mother is suddenly killed in a car accident, Albert is sent from Vegas to live with his mother's childhood best friend whom he never knew existed, Harriet Franklin, in the decidedly not fantastic city of Newark, New Jersey. As if raising a newfound "son" isn't trying enough for the fiercely independent Harriet, Albert has brought along a friend--an imaginary one that no one else can see--a stupendous, gentle giant of a Frenchman named Bogus. As Albert and Harriet struggle to get used to each other, Harriet's world of reality is brought face-to-face with Albert's world of imagination. Acting as part teacher, part playmate and part guardian angel, Bogus leads Albert--and eventually Harriet--through an enlightening experience of imagination and trust.
39.
Nixon (1995) as Executive Music Producer
The controversial president struggles to maintain his integrity and sanity in a shifting political landscape.
40.
Copycat (1995) as Executive Music Producer
Helen Hudson is a brilliant forensic psychologist who specializes in the study of serial killers. After one of her subjects attempts to kill her, Hudson suffers a nervous breakdown and becomes agoraphobic. However, when a series of ritualized murders baffle the San Francisco Police Department, M.J. Monahan, a feisty, intelligent detective, turns to the unwilling Hudson for help in finding the killer. The team of doctor and detective becomes a target when their quarry learns who is on his trail.
41.
Gravesend (1995) as Music Supervisor
Gravesend, the tough Coney Island neighborhood, is the setting as four friends do the usual Saturday night thing by hanging out in Ray's basement in a house he shares with his older brother Mark. When Mark comes downstairs to tell the guys to keep it down, Zane points a gun that he thinks is unloade
42.
Sadness of Sex, The (1995) as Music Supervisor
An amalgam of Barry Yourgrau's writings for performance, live broadcast and print about the sexes and our times which follows his quest for true love. The performance piece takes the form of fifteen wry, interwoven vignettes that alternate between dream logic and everyday reality--all of which dive
43.
Heat (1995) as Music Supervisor
A group of five lifetime robbers plan one last heist, but they find it hard to complete with the LAPD on their tail.
44.
Mother's Gift, A (1995)
A young pioneer woman gives up dreams of becoming an opera singer to move West and settle the frontier of Nebraska with her husband. Set in the late 1800s.
45.
Natural Born Killers (1994) as Executive Music Producer
A pair of psychotic serial killers become media darlings in Oliver Stone's unique and controversial crime satire "Natural Born Killers: The Director's Cut" (1994). Young lovers Mickey and Mallory launch a gore-soaked killing spree strictly for kicks, and the media eat it up. With strange cameos, gallows humor and violence unlike anything else that ever hit the screen. From an insane screenplay by Quentin Tarantino and starring Woody Harrelson, Juliette Lewis and Tom Sizemore.
46.
There Goes My Baby (1994) as Executive Music Producer
Told from the point of view of the class valedictorian, Mary Beth, the story follows a group of high school seniors during the 1965 Watts riots.
47.
On Deadly Ground (1994) as Music Supervisor
After threatening to expose a company for unsafe drilling practices, an oil worker is dumped and abandoned in the wilderness to die. But he is rescued by a tribe of natives who see him as their legendary figure, the Rainbow Warrior.
48.
Heaven and Earth (1993) as Executive Music Producer; Traditional Vietnamese Folk Song Producer ("Trong Com")
A Vietnamese women struggles with conflict throughout thew war, only to fall in love with a US officer.
49.
Heaven and Earth (1993) as Song ("Please Come Visit My Village Of Hoa Qui"); Song Producer ("Sau Dau Tree Song")
A Vietnamese women struggles with conflict throughout thew war, only to fall in love with a US officer.
50.
Airborne (1993) as Music Supervisor
When his parents move to Australia for six months, a California teenager is sent to Cincinnati to live with his nerdy relatives in a seemingly foreign culture.
51.
Gladiator (1992) as Executive Music Producer
Set on the South Side of Chicago within the brutal world of underground boxing, a young man battles to clear his father's name.
52.
South Central (1992) as Executive Music Producer
Upon release from prison, a father finds his son involved with his former gang, and tries to stop him from getting involved with drugs.
53.
JFK (1991) as Executive Music Producer
A New Orleans district attorney fights to uncover the truth behind President Kennedy's assassination.
54.
Doors, The (1991) as Executive Music Producer
A look at the enduring 60s rock group The Doors, fronted by Jim Morrison.
55.
Waiting For the Light (1990) as Music Supervisor
A mother, her two children and aunt move to a small midwestern town in 1962 to run a diner. The aunt, a former spiritualist in a carnival, comes to the boys' aid by concocting an illusion to scare their neighbor, the meanest man in town.
56.
To Sleep With Anger (1990) as Music Supervisor
Witnessing how the generational disputes between the family patriarch, his wife and their two married sons become amplified when an unexpected visitor drops in... Enter Harry, a smiling charmer from the old days in the Deep South... Is he in fact an evil spirit, setting a curse upon the house?.. Har
57.
Bedroom Eyes II (1990) as Music Supervisor
When a husband sees his wife making love to another man, he devises a disasterous plan to win her back by having her watch him with another woman,
58.
Triumph of the Spirit (1989) as Music Supervisor
True story of Salamo Arouche -- a fighter imprisoned in Auschwitz, forced to box for his Nazi captors.
59.
Born On The Fourth Of July (1989) as Music Supervisor
Ron Kovic fights to re-build his life after losing the use of his legs in Vietnam.
60.
Rent-A-Cop (1988) as Music Supervisor
In a crime story set in Chicago, an ex-hooker hires a cop to protect her from a killer.
61.
Alien Nation (1988) as Music Supervisor
A hard-minded cop is partnered with an alien to stop an evil alien's attempt to rule society.
62.
Bad Dreams (1988) as Music Supervisor
A young woman's horrifying visions become reality.
63.
Best Seller (1987) as Music Supervisor
64.
Talk Radio (1987) as Music Supervisor
The film centers around the volatile life and career of an abrasive late-night radio talk show host.
65.
Wall Street (1987) as Music Supervisor
A young stockbroker prospers on wall street under the tutelage of a greedy millionaire stockbroker.
66.
At Close Range (1986) as Music Supervisor
A blue-collar teen in a small southern town wrestles with his future until his long-lost criminal of a father comes back into his life and lures him into the world of crime.
67.
Salvador (1986) as Music Supervisor
A sleazy, boozing journalist decides to go to Central America and cover the war there, but finds himself in a more dangerous situation than he ever expected.
68.
Hoosiers (1986) as Music Supervisor
A troubled coach enlists the town drunk to turn a high school basketball team into winners.
69.
Platoon (1986) as Music Supervisor
A rookie soldier, Charlie Sheen, struggles under the unbearable conditions of a horrible war: bugs, drugs, death, jungle rot, and hopelessness. But as he observes the differing style and attitudes of two of his commanders, a violent Sergeant played by Tom Berenger and a more Zen-like William Dafeo, he comes to see the deeper conflict within the war: one of conscience.
70.
River's Edge (1986) as Music Supervisor
A group of high school friends try to come to terms with the fact that one of them has killed another friend.
71.
Return of the Living Dead, The (1985) as Music Consultant
A horror parody of George Romero's "Living Dead" trilogy based on a story by John Russo, who coauthored the script to Romero's original film and shares story rights. Set mostly in a medical supply house owned by Burt (Clu Gulager) and run by Frank (James Karen), the movie details the events of a night in which an experimental nerve gas pioneered by the military leaks and brings the dead back to life.

Misc. Crew (feature film)

72.
Crazies, The (2010)
Something is infecting the citizens of Ogden Marsh: people who once lived quiet, unremarkable lives have become depraved, blood-thirsty killers. Sheriff Dutton tries to make sense of what's happening as the horrific, nonsensical violence escalates.
73.
Evan Almighty (2007)
Newly elected to Congress, the polished, preening newscaster, Evan Baxter, is the next one anointed by God to accomplish a holy mission--walking in the footsteps of Bruce Almighty. Evan leaves Buffalo behind and shepherds his family to suburban northern Virginia. Once there, his life gets turned upside-down when God appears and mysteriously commands him to build an ark. But his befuddled family just can't decide whether Evan is having an extraordinary mid-life crisis or is truly onto something of Biblical proportions.
74.
Guardian, The (2006)
After losing his crew in a fatal crash, legendary Rescue Swimmer, Ben Randall, is sent to teach at "A" School, an elite training program for Coast Guard Rescue Swimmers. Wrestling with the loss of his crew members, he throws himself into teaching, turning the program upside down with his unorthodox training methods. While there, he encounters a young, cocky swim champ, Jake Fischer, who is driven to be the best. During training, Randall helps mold Jake's character, combining his raw talent with the heart and dedication required of a Rescue Swimmer. Upon graduation, Jake follows Randall to Kodiak, Alaska, where they face the inherent dangers of the Bering Sea. In his initial solo rescue, Jake learns firsthand from Randall, the true meaning of heroism and sacrifice, echoing the Swimmer's motto--"So Others May Live!"
75.
Seraphim Falls (2006)
The civil war has ended but Colonel Morsman Carver is on one final mission: to kill Gideon no matter what it takes. Launched by a gunshot and propelled by rage, the relentless pursuit takes them both far from the comforts and codes of civilization, into the bloodiest recesses of their own souls.

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