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Top Grossing Dialogue Editor at the Domestic Box OfficeBETA


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This list shows the highest grossing Dialogue Editors based on the domestic box office of the movies they worked on.

Since we are still actively researching technical roles, we consider this chart to be in beta mode. The table includes data for movies in The Numbers database. While we make every effort to collect all available data, there are inevitably omissions and errors. Please help us by sending corrections to corrections@the-numbers.com.

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Ewa Sztompke
Best known as a Dialogue Editor based on credits in that role in 28 films.
Top films contributed to this record: Forrest Gump ($330,151,138 in 1994), Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull ($317,101,119 in 2008), Cast Away ($233,632,142 in 2000), The Lost World: Jurassic Park ($229,086,679 in 1997), Mrs. Doubtfire ($219,195,051 in 1993), Saving Private Ryan ($216,335,085 in 1998), Terminator 2: Judgment Day ($203,464,105 in 1991), What Lies Beneath ($155,464,351 in 2000), Hulk ($132,177,234 in 2003), Minority Report ($132,024,714 in 2002)

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Mildred Iatrou
Best known as a Dialogue Editor based on credits in that role in 36 films.
Top films contributed to this record: X-Men: The Last Stand ($234,362,462 in 2006), Dawn of the Planet of the Apes ($208,545,589 in 2014), Catch Me if You Can ($164,606,800 in 2002), Scary Movie ($157,019,771 in 2000), The Fast and the Furious ($144,512,310 in 2001), The Wolverine ($132,556,852 in 2013), Walk the Line ($119,519,402 in 2005), Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story ($114,326,736 in 2004), Daredevil ($102,543,518 in 2003), Space Cowboys ($90,454,043 in 2000)

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Victoria Sampson
Best known as a Dialogue Editor based on credits in that role in 27 films.
Top films contributed to this record: Star Wars Ep. VI: Return of the Jedi ($309,205,079 in 1983), Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl ($305,411,224 in 2003), Rush Hour 2 ($226,164,286 in 2001), Wild Hogs ($168,213,584 in 2007), Sex and the City ($152,647,258 in 2008), Bad Boys II ($138,540,870 in 2003), Fun With Dick And Jane ($110,550,000 in 2005), Evan Almighty ($100,289,690 in 2007), The Fighter ($93,617,009 in 2010), Immortals ($83,504,017 in 2011)

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Complete List

Rank Name Domestic
Box Office
Movies Average
1 Ewa Sztompke $2,922,460,642 28 $104,373,594
2 Mildred Iatrou $2,310,160,187 36 $64,171,116
3 Victoria Sampson $2,015,179,248 27 $74,636,268
4 Hugo Weng $1,282,096,426 23 $55,743,323
5 Michael Hertlein $1,262,977,576 22 $57,408,072
6 Frederick H. Stahly $1,164,241,842 17 $68,484,814
7 Susan Kurtz $1,130,790,175 16 $70,674,386
8 Katy Wood $1,116,477,025 8 $139,559,628
9 Gloria D'Alessandro $1,096,037,400 17 $64,472,788
10 Brad Semenoff $1,075,326,375 5 $215,065,275
11 Kimberly Lowe-Voigt $1,067,573,682 15 $71,171,579
12 Curt Schulkey $1,054,543,340 10 $105,454,334
13 Cheryl Nardi $1,022,758,671 8 $127,844,834
14 Julie Feiner $1,004,107,634 19 $52,847,770
15 Karen Spangenberg $1,001,533,438 14 $71,538,103
16 Robert Troy $991,745,568 21 $47,225,979
17 Sara Bolder $978,492,345 6 $163,082,058
18 Robert Killick $926,740,708 6 $154,456,785
19 Simon Chase $910,181,407 6 $151,696,901
20 Paul Carden $869,937,311 11 $79,085,210
21 Kim Foscato $850,659,116 3 $283,553,039
22 Lucy Coldsnow $809,732,563 15 $53,982,171
23 Michael Silvers $791,113,171 10 $79,111,317
24 Anna Mackenzie $777,792,215 4 $194,448,054
25 Teri E. Dorman $777,636,245 12 $64,803,020
26 Susan Dawes $773,427,588 7 $110,489,655
27 Steve Slanec $759,788,097 5 $151,957,619
28 Alison Fisher $757,608,883 14 $54,114,920
29 Mark Gordon $722,750,141 12 $60,229,178
30 Laura Harris Atkinson $678,179,670 6 $113,029,945
31 Bernard Weiser $676,140,931 7 $96,591,562
32 Kimaree Long $658,614,991 8 $82,326,874
33 Byron Wilson $640,741,598 8 $80,092,700
34 Carin Rogers $640,094,733 9 $71,121,637
35 Marshall Winn $632,369,791 10 $63,236,979
36 Marilyn McCoppen $631,584,872 7 $90,226,410
37 Kira Roessler $614,832,434 9 $68,314,715
38 Russell Farmarco $613,338,639 5 $122,667,728
39 Vic Radulich $603,838,092 8 $75,479,762
40 Karen Wilson $598,483,168 7 $85,497,595
41 Martin Kwok $598,013,692 4 $149,503,423
42 Dan Rich $583,082,619 8 $72,885,327
43 James Matheny $581,639,156 8 $72,704,895
44 Gillian Dodders $575,395,089 11 $52,308,644
45 Dan Korintus $563,398,223 13 $43,338,325
46 Jac Rubenstein $556,490,670 11 $50,590,061
47 Ray Beentjes $553,899,460 3 $184,633,153
48 Frank T. Smathers $541,201,972 8 $67,650,247
49 Joe Schiff $539,253,120 6 $89,875,520
50 Christopher T. Welch $531,703,205 12 $44,308,600
51 Michael Szakmeister $527,628,315 8 $65,953,539
52 Jim Matheny $523,167,210 7 $74,738,173
53 Christopher Hogan $520,560,376 7 $74,365,768
54 Gwendolyn Yates Whittle $517,984,971 2 $258,992,486
55 Daniel S. Irwin $517,507,967 8 $64,688,496
56 Matt Stutter $513,486,643 2 $256,743,322
57 Laurel Ladevich $489,085,350 2 $244,542,675
58 John Stuver $486,909,820 6 $81,151,637
59 Larry Kemp $484,623,376 5 $96,924,675
60 John C. Stuver $477,798,472 14 $34,128,462
61 Colin Ritchie $476,092,653 5 $95,218,531
62 Michelle Pazer $472,033,538 10 $47,203,354
63 Lauren Stephens $466,609,419 7 $66,658,488
64 David V. Butler $465,888,395 6 $77,648,066
65 Dianna Stirpe $446,612,239 3 $148,870,746
66 Allen Hartz $439,945,821 5 $87,989,164
67 David Williams $439,475,854 9 $48,830,650
68 Ben Beardwood $435,778,870 2 $217,889,435
69 Teri Dorman $432,188,338 2 $216,094,169
70 Susan Dudeck $430,430,514 11 $39,130,047
71 Michael Magill $428,165,553 10 $42,816,555
72 Dan Hegeman $422,542,219 14 $30,181,587
73 Ulrika Akander $417,777,131 10 $41,777,713
74 Laura Civiello $415,912,250 8 $51,989,031
75 John Cochrane $413,177,075 3 $137,725,692
76 Stephanie Flack $412,540,847 8 $51,567,606
77 Glynna Grimala $410,438,939 6 $68,406,490
78 Robert Chen $407,971,937 5 $81,594,387
79 Donald L. Warner, Jr. $405,583,013 6 $67,597,169
80 Claire Sanfilippo $390,677,495 3 $130,225,832
81 Bonnie Koehler $383,911,098 2 $191,955,549
82 Christopher Scarabosio $380,270,577 1 $380,270,577
83 Vanessa Lapato $375,919,168 8 $46,989,896
84 Fred Rosenberg $370,245,956 9 $41,138,440
85 Chris Welch $368,300,001 3 $122,766,667
86 Gaston Biraben $366,036,962 3 $122,012,321
87 Richard Dwan $365,597,694 7 $52,228,242
88 Dan Laurie $360,392,390 4 $90,098,098
89 Jim Brookshire $358,774,386 7 $51,253,484
90 David Butler $355,259,135 3 $118,419,712
91 Erin Oakley $354,228,860 4 $88,557,215
92 David Arnold $348,929,369 8 $43,616,171
93 Jeffrey Stern $348,092,366 9 $38,676,930
94 Charles Ewing Smith $339,851,441 6 $56,641,907
95 Justin Dzuban $338,445,467 4 $84,611,367
96 Cameron Steenhagen $335,410,694 6 $55,901,782
97 Renée Tondelli $334,371,072 5 $66,874,214
98 Brian Chumney $330,375,533 3 $110,125,178
99 Will Riley $328,368,310 3 $109,456,103
100 Philip Stockton $325,401,533 7 $46,485,933

The Domestic Market is defined as the North American movie territory (consisting of the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico and Guam).

This table is updated daily to reflect the latest studio reports.

Note: This chart is not adjusted for inflation.

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