Martin Armiger Net Worth

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Martin Armiger Biography

John Martin Armiger (born 10 June 1949, Hertfordshire, United Kingdom) is an Australian musician, record producer and film/TV composer. He was singer-songwriter and guitarist with Melbourne-based rock band, The Sports from August 1978 to late 1981, which had Top 30 hits on the Kent Music Report Singles Chart with, "Don't Throw Stones" (1979), "Strangers on a Train" (1980) and "How Come" (1981); and Top 20 albums with, Don't Throw Stones (No. 9, 1979), Suddenly (No. 13, 1980) and Sondra (1981).Armiger was musical director for Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) TV series, Sweet and Sour, in 1984 and was record producer on the related soundtrack albums as well as performing and song writing. At the Australian Film Institute Awards of 1986 he shared an accolade for Best Original Music Score with William Motzing for their work on Young Einstein. In 1995 his work for TV series, Cody (1994–95), won the Australasian Performing Right Association Award for Most Performed Television Theme. As of 2004, Armiger was Head of Screen Composition at the Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS). In 2006 his portrait by John R Walker was a finalist at the Archibald Prize.

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Quick Facts

Date Of BirthJune 10, 1949
Place Of BirthHitchin, Hertfordshire, England, UK
ProfessionComposer, Music Department, Soundtrack
ParentsJack Armiger
SiblingsMichael Armiger, Keith Armiger, Andrew Armiger, Chris Armiger
Star SignGemini


Won Awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
1995APRA Music AwardAustralasian Performing Rights AssociationBest TV ThemeCody: The Tipoff (1994)
1986AFI AwardAustralian Film InstituteBest Original Music ScoreYoung Einstein (1988)William Motzing

Nominated Awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2004Screen Music AwardScreen Music Awards, AustraliaBest Music for a Mini-Series or TelemovieMarking Time (2003)



Cane Toads: The Conquest2010Documentary
Introducing the Dwights2007
Marking Time2003TV Movie
The Secret Life of Us2001TV Series 2 episodes
The Secret Life of Us2001TV Movie
Two Girls and a Baby1998Short
Men and Their Megapodes1998TV Movie documentary music composed by
Thank God He Met Lizzie1997
Cody: Fall from Grace1996TV Movie
Police Rescue1989-1996TV Series 50 episodes
Cody: The Burnout1995TV Movie
Cody: A Family Affair1994TV Movie
Cody: Bad Love1994TV Movie
Cody: The Tipoff1994TV Movie
Pram Factory1994Documentary original score music
Seven Deadly Sins1993TV Mini-Series 3 episodes
The Other Side of Paradise1992TV Movie
Children of the Dragon1991TV Series
Ring of Scorpio1991TV Movie
The Wonderful World of Dogs1990Documentary
The Crossing1990
Come in Spinner1990TV Movie
Body Surfer1989TV Mini-Series
The Rainbow Warrior Conspiracy1989TV Movie
Young Einstein1988
The Fremantle Conspiracy1988TV Movie
The Last Resort1988TV Series
Cane Toads: An Unnatural History1988Documentary
Stringer1988TV Series
Perhaps Love1987TV Movie
Relative Merits1987TV Series
I Own the Racecourse1986TV Movie
The Challenge1986TV Mini-Series 1 episode
Cyclone Tracy1986TV Mini-Series
2 Friends1986TV Movie
Dancing Daze1986TV Series
The Empty Beach1985
Displaced Persons1984TV Movie
Sweet and Sour1984TV Series 19 episodes
Me and Daphne1977Short
Pure S1975

Music Department

Red Dog2011arranger: additional songs
The Secret Life of Us2001TV Series music coordinator
Dark City1998music arranger / music producer
Thank God He Met Lizzie1997conductor
Police RescueTV Series music recorded and mixed by - 48 episodes, 1991 - 1996 composer - 14 episodes, 1993 - 1995
Children of the Dragon1991TV Series orchestrator - 1991
Black Robe1991music coordinator
The Challenge1986TV Mini-Series conductor - 1 episode
2 Friends1986TV Movie musical director
Play School1966TV Series musical director


Upper Middle Bogan2014TV Series writer - 1 episode
The Turning2013/Iwriter: "ABC News Theme" segment 'Long Clear View'
Red Dog2011performer: "Gotta Get You" / writer: "Gotta Get You"
Introducing the Dwights2007writer: "Songo #28", "Cold In The Ground"
Till There Was You1991producer: "TILL THERE WAS YOU"
Pure S1975performer: "Eudil", "I Love My Car" / writer: "Cup of Dust", "Hangman Blues", "Eudil", "The Vacuum", "Hit Single", "Good Hits At Leggetts Ballroom", "No Reason", "I Love My Car", "Min Min"


2 Friends1986TV MoviePhillip


This Girl in the Desert2006Short special thanks
The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert1994quite special thanks: hold the sweetener


You Better Take Cover2015Documentary shortHimself
Don't Throw Stones2014DocumentaryHimself

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