Theron Kay is an Asian-American composer for film, television and video games. During his freshman year at Baylor University, Theron composed the soundtrack for ESPN’s Snoop & Son: A Dad’s Dream, a television series that featured Snoop Dogg and aired globally. The following year, he wrote the original score for Fox Sports’ television series The Evolution of Punk, which followed WWE superstar CM Punk and his journey leading up to his nationally televised debut fight in the UFC. Following his move to Los Angeles, Theron composed scores for a multitude of films, shows and games, which ultimately earned him the coveted Paltsev Scholarship Award from Cal State University, Northridge, an award that honors and identifies promising up and coming composers.
While at Northridge, Theron pitched for the CSUN division I collegiate baseball team and after obtaining his Bachelor’s degree in Music Composition for film & media, continued on to USC's prestigious Screen Scoring program. Here, he studied under a plethora of industry veterans including Pete Anthony, Garry Schyman, Laura Karpman & Peter Golub, and graduated in the Spring of 2020. On the big screen, Theron has contributed additional music to The Ninth Passenger and Attack of the Unknown alongside composer Scott Glasgow, as well as on the upcoming film Wolf Hound, composed by Michael Kramer. Theron currently works as a freelance composer, writing for a multitude of films and games, as well as being an in-house composer with Eternal Music Group's custom trailers division: Engine.