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Known For

Vanilla Sky
Vanilla Sky Art Department
(2001)
Congo
Congo Art Department
(1995)
Demolition Man
Demolition Man Art Department
(1993)
Gone Girl
Gone Girl Art Department
(2014)

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 2018 Cloverfield Movie (model maker supervisor) (post-production)
  Bolden (plaster foreman) (post-production)
 2016 Live by Night (lead plasterer: Los Angeles crew)
 2014 Gone Girl (lead plasterer)
 2014 Earth to Echo (plaster foreman - as Tracy William Stockwell)
 2013 Star Trek: Into Darkness (plasterer - uncredited)
 2012 The Guilt Trip (lead plasterer)
 2011 The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (plaster foreman)
 2004 Envy (lead plasterer)
 2003 Duplex (lead plasterer)
 2003 The Hunted (lead plasterer)
 2001 Vanilla Sky (chief plasterer)
 2001 Town & Country (plasterer foreman)
 2000 Lucky Numbers (plaster foreman)
 2000 Coyote Ugly (lead plasterer)
 1999 Three Kings (lead plasterer)
 1998 Mercury Rising (gang boss: Los Angeles)
 1998 Hard Rain (plaster foreman)
 1997 The Relic (plaster foreman)
 1995 Dracula: Dead and Loving It (plasterer foreman)
 1995 Congo (plaster foreman)
 1995 Casper (plasterer)
 1994 Maverick (plasterer)
 1993 Demolition Man (plasterer)
 1992 Chaplin (plasterer)
 1990 The Bonfire of the Vanities (plasterer)
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Tracy William Stockwell

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