Emmy Nominated Composer ROGER BELLON was born in Neuilly-Sur-Seine, France. He began his musical journey at age five with piano and later earned his Bachelor Of Music Composition degree from the Berklee College of Music, and completed postgraduate studies in Composition and Conducting at the École Normale de Musique de Paris Alfred Cortot.
He began his film-scoring career in Paris composing music for television, documentaries and theatre. He has worked with writers and directors such as Joël Santoni and Jean Curtelin and actors Michel Galabru, Guy Marchand, Stéphane Audran, Mort Schuman and Caroline Cellier.
Moving to Los Angeles Roger continued his film and television career scoring over three hundred episodes of television including award-winning cult series, HIGHLANDER-THE SERIES, as well as many tv movies and mini-series.
Theatre being Roger’s passion he has created scores to many plays including MILT & GRACE (Aperture Gallery New York-2019), THE STONE WITCH (Westside Theatre, New York-2018) for director Steve Zuckerman and THE AUSCHWITZ VOLUNTEER: CAPTAIN WITOLD PILECKI for Polish actor-director Marek Probosz, which premiered at the United Solo Festival at Theatre Row, New York-2018.
His opera HIGHLANDER: A CELTIC OPERA (co-composed with Harlan Collins) received its radio premiere on Radio Aktywne in Poland.