Film & Television Composer Stephen Cullo, a native New Yorker, has been writing music for moving pictures for over 20 years.
Film credits include the score for Hype Williams cult Hip Hop classic Belly and Ron Daniels The War Boys. He has also scored trailers for Lifetime television and BBC America. Television work includes the Anthony Anderson sitcom “All About The Andersons” co-written with Gary Brown. He also composed the music for the Discovery Channel documentary series the “Anatomy Of Sex”.
He recently completed scoring the comedy The Last American Guido for director Vito LaBruno.
Television work includes the theme and score for Anthony Anderson’s sitcom “All About The Andersons” for The WB. Variety magazine praised the music, comparing it to vintage Quincy Jones scores. He also composed the music for the Discovery Channel documentary series the “Anatomy of Sex.”
Advertising work includes the popular Ally Bank campaign Would You Like A Pony?. You’ve also heard (and seen) Victoria’s Secret “Angels Wireless”, Jenny Craig “Kirstie Alley” among other work for Cadillac, Macy's, Charles Schwab, Coors, and many more.
For his commercial work, Stephen has won several Telly awards and scored dozens of programs for marketing titan IMG.
His songwriting collaboration with Gary Brown won them an ASCAP Top 10 Black Music Award.
Stephen blames The Beatles and Jimi Hendrix for his obsession with music.