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(Director) made his feature film directing debut with Home Alone 3, released by Twentieth Century Fox, after working as a film editor for over fifteen years. He then went on to direct the box office success Never Been Kissed staffing Drew Barrymore.
The Los Angeles native began his career as a driver for Lion's Gate Films and director Robert Altman in 1978. He served as an assistant editor on four of Altman's features before graduating to editor on the musical-comedy Popeye.
He next assisted Oscar-winning editor William Reynolds on a number of films before earning his first solo credit as editor on the Oscar-nominated live-action short, The Silence. He subsequently became associated with filmmaker Chris Columbus, working as his editor on each of Columbus' directing efforts, including Adventures In Babysitting, Heartbreak Hotel, Home Alone, Only The Lonely, Home Alone 2: Lost in New York, Mrs. Doubt/ire and Nine Months.
Additional editing credits include the motion pictures Pretty Woman, Good Morning Vietnam and John Hughes' production
of Miracle on 34th Street.
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