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Known For

The Rock
The Rock Sound Department
(1996)
Pretty in Pink
Pretty in Pink Sound Department
(1986)
Stop! Or My Mom Will Shoot
Stop! Or My Mom Will Shoot Music Department
(1992)
Boyz n the Hood
Boyz n the Hood Sound Department
(1991)

Filmography

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 1997 The First to Go (ADR editor)
 1996 The Rock (assistant sound editor)
 1996 Lawnmower Man 2: Beyond Cyberspace (assistant sound editor)
 1995 Forget Paris (ADR assistant)
 1995 A Little Princess (assistant ADR editor)
 1994 Safe Passage (assistant sound editor)
 1994 Corrina, Corrina (assistant sound editor)
 1994 The Next Karate Kid (assistant sound editor)
 1991 Boyz n the Hood (assistant ADR editor)
 1986 Children of a Lesser God (assistant sound editor)
 1986 Pretty in Pink (assistant sound effects editor)
 1980 Cosmos (TV Mini-Series documentary) (associate sound editor - 5 episodes)
- Who Speaks for Earth? (1980) ... (associate sound editor)
- Blues for a Red Planet (1980) ... (associate sound editor)
- Harmony of the Worlds (1980) ... (associate sound editor)
- One Voice in the Cosmic Fugue (1980) ... (associate sound editor)
- The Shores of the Cosmic Ocean (1980) ... (associate sound editor)
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