Christopher Bowen

Christopher Bowen (Music Composer) is a composer, musician and actor. He scored the stop-motion animated feature $9.99 (nominated for the 2009 Annie Award)starring Geoffrey Rush and directed by Tatia Rosenthal. He also wrote the score for the award winning feature Jellyfish (2007 Cannes Film Festival Camera D’Or) written and directed by Shira Geffen and Etgar Keret. Other projects include The Pinocchio Experiment, a one-man show written and performed by Randall Jaynes and short films The Green Hour by Nicole Kassell (director of the award-winning feature The Woodsman), Fear of Flying, Crazy Glue, A Buck’s Worth and Vampire Vermont. He is currently working on the music for a film about the first woman film director, Alice Guy-Blaché, whose work first appeared in 1896.Christopher, is also a Blue Man in the internationally acclaimed Blue Man Group having appeared bald and blue on stages and television shows around the world. In addition to performing, he is Senior Performing Director for the group. Originally from Vermont, he graduated from Bennington College there, where he studied theatre and music.

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Last Supper (2009 - 10) Composer