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Mark Livolsi


Mark Livolsi

Mark Livolsi is an American film editor. He is primarily known for his work on the hit comedies Wedding Crashers (2005) and The Devil Wears Prada (2006); for each film, Livolsi was nominated for an ACE Eddie Award. His most recent film as editor is the hugely successful football drama The Blind Side.

Livolsi's first film editing credit was for Cameron Crowe's Vanilla Sky (2001), with Joe Hutshing. Livolsi had worked as an associate editor with Hutshing and Saar Klein on Crowe's previous film, Almost Famous (2000), whose editing was recognized by an Academy Award nomination. By the time he worked on Almost Famous, Livolsi had extensive experience as an assistant film editor, including four of Woody Allen's films that were edited by Susan E. Morse; Livolsi acknowledges Morse, David Brenner, Alan Heim, and Hutshing as his educators and mentors.[1]

Livolsi is from Canonsburg, Pennsylvania.[2] He is married to his wife Maria and together they have two children named Mark and Maddie. Livolsi has been elected to membership in the American Cinema Editors.[3]

Selected filmography

The year of release and director of each film are indicated in parenthesis.


External links

  • Internet Movie Database
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