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Alan Balsam (1950–1992)

Alan Balsam was born to Michael and Anita Balsam on 2nd April, 1950. He grew up in Los Angeles and attended California State University at Long Beach, graduating in 1972. He began his career making short promotional films featuring entertainers such as Bette Midler and George Harrison and took his first credit as an assistant film editor on 'Fatso... See full bio »

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Revenge of the Nerds
Better Off Dead...
Harlem Nights
Harlem Nights Editor
A League of Their Own
A League of Their Own Editorial Department


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 1992 A League of Their Own (additional film editor)
 1989 Teen Witch (editorial consultant)
 1985 Breaking All the Rules (editing consultant)
 1983 Fire and Ice (associate editor)
 1980 Fatso (assistant editor)
 1979 Heroes of Rock and Roll (TV Movie documentary) (additional editing)
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 1991 Rich Girl (special thanks)

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On 13th November 1992 Alan Balsam died of AIDS. His partner Stephen Schneider subsequently founded the Foundation Fund Alan Balsam, who took care of the exchange of AIDS sufferers.

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