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Tony Ciccone

Picture editor Tony Ciccone began his professional career as an actor in television and film before focusing on a career behind the camera. Born in 1960 in New York City, the son of a used car dealer and a homemaker, Ciccone and his older sister were raised in Huntington Station on Long Island. An auto enthusiast and filmmaking buff since an early... See full bio »
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True Romance
True Romance Editorial Department
Groundhog Day
Groundhog Day Editorial Department
Mission: Impossible II
Mission: Impossible II Editorial Department
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 2014 Alien Abduction (additional editor)
 2014 Bad Country (additional editor)
 2013 Crimes of the Century (TV Mini-Series) (editorial consultant - 8 episodes)
- The Unabomber (2013) ... (editorial consultant)
- The Siege at Waco (2013) ... (editorial consultant)
- The Prosecution of Amanda Knox (2013) ... (editorial consultant)
- The Oklahoma City Bombing (2013) ... (editorial consultant)
- The Shooting of Ronald Reagan (2013) ... (editorial consultant)
 2013/I Oculus (editorial consultant)
 2010 Operation: Endgame (additional editor - uncredited)
 2008/I Animals (additional editor)
 2005 Domino (additional editor)
 2002 Bad Company (additional editor)
 2001 Pearl Harbor (associate editor)
 2000 Mission: Impossible II (additional editor)
 1998 The Negotiator (additional editor)
 1997 Bella Mafia (TV Movie) (assistant editor)
 1997 Kiss the Girls (first assistant editor)
 1996 Down Periscope (first assistant editor)
 1995 Stuart Saves His Family (first assistant editor)
 1994 Clifford (second assistant editor - as Tony S. Ciccone)
 1993-1994 Red Shoe Diaries (TV Series) (assistant editor - 8 episodes)
- The Game (1994) ... (assistant editor)
- Borders of Salt (1994) ... (assistant editor)
- Runway (1993) ... (assistant editor)
- Liar's Tale (1993) ... (assistant editor)
- Kidnap (1993) ... (assistant editor)
 1993 True Romance (first assistant film editor - as Tony S. Ciccone)
 1993 Groundhog Day (first assistant editor)
 1991 The Last Boy Scout (apprentice editor)
 1990 Days of Thunder (apprentice editor - as Tony S. Ciccone)
 1990 Coupe de Ville (second assistant film editor)
 1989 Vice Academy (assistant editor)
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Show Show Visual effects (4 credits)
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Alternate Names:

Anthony Ciccone | Tony 'Mopar' Ciccone | Tony S. Ciccone | Tony Mopar


5' 11" (1.8 m)

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The notion of editing being seamless is part of a filmmaking style that has passed. Where once editing was like stitching together a fine tapestry, now it's a hammer forging metal into Excalibur. See more »


Worked from 1982-1987 as a waiter at industry hangout The Palm Restaurant in Los Angeles. See more »



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