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Also Known As: Patrick Doyle Jr., Pat Doyle Died:
Born: April 6, 1953 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: United Kingdom Profession: composer, musical director, actor

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Although Patrick Doyle has enjoyed a fruitful collaboration with actor-director Kenneth Branagh, he has also branched out to provide the musical scores for several acclaimed films.

Although Patrick Doyle has enjoyed a fruitful collaboration with actor-director Kenneth Branagh, he has also branched out to provide the musical scores for several acclaimed films.

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Brave (2012)
2.
 Secondhand Lions (2003)
3.
 Much Ado About Nothing (1993) Balthasar--A Singer
4.
 Dead Again (1991) 1st Cop; 2nd Party Guest
5.
 Henry V (1989) Court
6.
 CHARIOTS OF FIRE (1981) Jimmie
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Taught piano after graduating from the Royal Scottish Academy
1978:
Made stage debut with the score for "Glasvegas" which premiered at the Edinburgh Festival
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Worked on television productions in the UK
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Acted in a stage production of "The Slab Boys" with Robbie Coltrane
1981:
Film acting debut (credited as Pat Doyle) in "Chariots of Fire"
1987:
Joined the Renaissance Theatre Company as composer, musical director and actor; composed incidental music for and acted in "Twelfth Night," "Hamlet", "Much Ado About Nothing" and "As You Like It"; marked first collaborations with Kenneth Branagh
1989:
Composed first film score, "Henry V", directed by and starring Branagh
1990:
Commissioned by H.R.H. Prince Charles to write special music for the Queen Mother's 90th birthday gala
1992:
First score for Mike Newell, "Into the West"
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Education

Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama: - 1974

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