The Best action editors.

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Paul Rubell
Editor, Transformers
Paul Rubell was born on September 6th, 1952. He grew up in Los Angeles, graduating with an English degree from UCLA. His film career began when he became apprentice to the late Alan Balsam on a low budget movie, after which he became the assistant editor to Lou Lombardo, for whom he edited and reedited scenes...
 
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Pietro Scalia
Editor, Gladiator
Though he's cut celluloid for some of the best in the business, chances are many film lovers wouldn't even recognize the name Pietro Scalia in a lineup of Hollywood's best film editors. Born in Sicily in 1960, Scalia resided in Switzerland before heading to Los Angeles to continue his education. After receiving his M.F.A...
 
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Richard Francis-Bruce
After leaving school, Richard joined the ABC in Sydney with hopes of emulating his father, Jack Bruce, who worked as a cinematographer in Hollywood for Cecil B. De Mille and the Famous Lansky Players. However, the only opening at the time was in editing. He fell in love with the craft and spent 15 years with the ABC working on various current affairs and other programs before getting into drama...
 
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John Wright
Editor, X-Men
 
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Craig Henighan
Sound Department, Black Swan
 
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Michael Tronick
Music Department, Predator
 
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Derek Brechin
Editorial Department, Iron Man
“ RIP ” - nicesegue
 
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Paul Hirsch
Paul Hirsch, A.C.E. has edited over 40 films, among them the first "Star Wars" written and directed by George Lucas, for which he received an Academy Award in 1978, and "The Empire Strikes Back"; 11 films for Brian De Palma, including "Carrie", "Blowout" and "Mission: Impossible"; four for Herbert Ross...
 
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William Hoy
Editor, 300
 
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Jeff Gullo
Editorial Department, Die Hard
 
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Kevin Stitt
Editor, X-Men
 
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Howard E. Smith
Editor, The Abyss
Howard E. Smith grew up in Chicago, Illinois. While at Northwestern University in the late 60s he wrote, directed, shot and edited over 50 short films and while there received one of the first AFI grants to independent filmmakers. With that grant he made the award winning short, "Still?" Smith was then...
 
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Vince Filippone
Editorial Department, American Beauty
 
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David Kern
Sound Department, Rush Hour 2
 
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