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Susan Littenberg

Susan Littenberg
Occupation Film editor
Years active 1991 - present

Susan Littenberg is an American film editor. Littenberg graduated from Ocean Township High School in 1985 in before receiving a Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts from the University of Delaware in 1990.[1] Littenberg began her career as an assistant editor working with filmmakers such as Jim Jarmusch, Hal Hartley and Ang Lee. She began her feature editing career as the lead editor of Steven Soderbergh's Gray's Anatomy. She was the editor of films such as Tadpole, 13 Going on 30, A Lot Like Love, Charlotte's Web, Bride Wars, and Easy A. Littenberg was nominated for Best Edited Feature Film – Comedy or Musical for Easy A at the 2010 American Cinema Editors Awards.[2] She lives in Los Angeles with her husband, Michael and her daughter, Charlotte and has taught at The Edit Center in New York, the Main International Film Workshops and the City College of New York.


Year Film Director Other notes
1996 Gray's Anatomy Steven Soderbergh
2000 Tadpole Gary Winick
2001 Jump Tomorrow Joel Hopkins
2002 Easter (film) Richard Caliban
2004 13 Going on 30 Gary Winick
2005 A Lot Like Love Nigel Cole
2006 Charlotte's Web Gary Winick with Sabrina Plisco
2008 Five Dollars a Day Nigel Cole
Bride Wars Gary Winick
2010 And Everything Is Going Fine Steven Soderbergh
Easy A Will Gluck Nominated - ACE Eddie Award for Best Edited Feature Film – Comedy or Musical


  1. ^ Staff. "Susan Littenberg Nominated for Prestigious ACE Film Award", Atlantic Highlands Herald, January 30, 2011. Accessed October 17, 2011. "Highly acclaimed Hollywood film editor Susan Littenberg, who graduated from Ocean Township High School in 1985, has been nominated for an American Cinema Editors (ACE) Eddie Award, given to recognize excellence in film editing."
  2. ^ Susan Littenberg A.C.E. » iTalent Company

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