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Debbie Wiseman


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Debbie Wiseman (born 10 May 1963 in London, England) is a composer for film and television. She studied piano and composition at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama.

Her many credits for television include the theme music for Jackanory, Children’s Hospital, The Upper Hand, The Inspector Lynley Mysteries, Doomwatch (1999), Tom’s Midnight Garden, My Uncle Silias, Warriors, Shrinks and Jekyll.

Her film work includes Wilde (which won her an Ivor Novello Award), The Truth About Love, Arsene Lupin, Female Perversions and Tom and Viv.

She presented the Channel 4 series Backtracks, examining the role of music in film and television productions.

She was awarded an MBE in the 2004 New Years Honours List for services to the film industry.


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  • IAmNoMore92

    Hello Everyone! Please, help me! I'm looking for the soundtrack from the movie "Lost Christmas". Maybe someone knows the name of this soundtrack? I cant find it =(

    28 Jan 8:19pm Reply
  • carljd

    tom's midnight garden!!

    20 Jan 2013 Reply
  • Epitymbidia

    "Haunted" is gorgeous - as are "Flood", "Tom & Viv", "Lesbian Vampire Killers" and "Arsène Lupin"! She is still so underrated it's a shame.

    3 Sep 2010 Reply
  • tomline-pl

    Her score for the film "Haunted" is lovely :)

    19 Jan 2009 Reply
  • jolene17

    Love the music from Wilde, very evocative.

    18 Nov 2008 Reply
  • Epitymbidia

    This truly wonderful woman created one of the most beautiful filmmusic scores I've ever listened to. "Wilde" is so lovely, so... captivating, and so very touching. A phantastic work!

    19 Oct 2008 Reply

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