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Sean P. Callery (born 14 September 1964; age 56) is a former, Emmy Award-nominated sound effects editor and current, Emmy-winning composer. His work on Star Trek comprises sound design work on the first three seasons of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Star Trek Generations, and the video game Star Trek: Klingon. His work on DS9's pilot, "Emissary", helped earn that episode an Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Individual Achievement in Sound Editing for a Series.

Callery began playing piano as a child growing up in Bristol, Rhode Island. He received a degree in piano performance from the New England Conservatory in 1987. Later that year, he moved to Los Angeles, California, where he began working at New England Digital, training various composers on using digital audio technology in their music. His first television work was scoring the NBC television movie A Mom for Christmas, with John Farrar. Besides Star Trek, he also did sound work on films such as the Eddie Murphy 1992 comedy Boomerang, the 1992 mystery The Public Eye (starring Richard Riehle), and the acclaimed 1995 thriller Se7en (featuring Reg E. Cathey, Leland Orser, and Daniel Zacapa).

As a composer, Callery is best known for his work on the hit FOX series 24. He has won two Emmy Awards in Outstanding Music Composition for a Series for his work on this series, in addition to three additional Emmy nominations. He also won two ASCAP (American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers) Awards for 24 and one ASCAP for his work on the series Medium. He also composed scores for the series La Femme Nikita, Sheena, and The 1/2 Hour News Hour, the 2000 film Blowback (featuring Leonard Kelly-Young), and commercials for such companies as Coca-Cola, Nike, Heineken, and Jaguar.

Callery continues to reside in Los Angeles, along with his wife, Debbie.

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