Vice President of Creative
Sean Mulligan is a Los Angeles-based music supervisor at Rock Steady and Vice President of Creative, Music Publishing for Entertainment One. His film credits include: Aaron Sorkin’s Molly’s Game, Permission, What Keeps You Alive, The Philosophy of Phil, Criminal Activities, Meadowland, Zipper, It Stains The Sands Red and Extraterrestrial; as well as the Audience Network television series Ice (seasons 1 & 2) and new comedy series Let’s Get Physical for Pop TV. He is currently working on the feature films: Puppy Love, Drunk Parents, Monster, Brittany Runs A Marathon, Haunt, and A Million Little Pieces for Sam Taylor-Johnson (Fifty Shades of Grey.) Sean was nominated for a Guild of Music Supervisors Award in 2014 for his work on the Will Farrell and Adam McKay produced feature Welcome To Me starring Kristen Wiig.
Prior to his work with Rock Steady and Entertainment One, Sean was the General Manager and Director of U.S. Film, Television & Media for ole Songs, helping to establish and build the company’s Los Angeles operation into one of the most active independent music publishers in North America. Sean also served as Manager of Copyright for Hollywood-based music publisher and master representation company Media Creature Music, and in his home country of Canada as Executive Director for the Songwriters Association of Canada, Editor for Songwriters Magazine, and a Creative Manager for the music publishing division of Alliance Atlantis Communications.
Sean has been a featured panelist and moderator at numerous music conferences and events throughout the world. He has served on many prominent boards including the Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame advisory board, Humber College Bachelor of Applied Contemporary Music degree development board, as a JUNO adjudicator for the Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (CARAS), and as an advisor to the Association of Independent Music Publishers (AIMP) in Los Angeles. He is also a member in good standing of the Guild of Music Supervisors (GMS) where he serves as a member of GMS Education Committee producing the annual State of Music In Media conference; for which he has been a two-time presenter.