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Top Grossing Set Decorator at the Domestic Box OfficeBETA


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This list shows the highest grossing Set Decorators 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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Richard Roberts
Best known as a Set Decorator based on credits in that role in 22 films.
Top films contributed to this record: Titanic ($659,336,220 in 1997), Avengers: Age of Ultron ($459,005,868 in 2015), Star Wars Ep. III: Revenge of the Sith ($380,270,577 in 2005), Guardians of the Galaxy ($333,172,112 in 2014), Fast and Furious 6 ($238,679,850 in 2013), The Da Vinci Code ($217,536,138 in 2006), Die Another Day ($160,942,139 in 2002), Wanted ($134,508,551 in 2008), Transformers: The Last Knight ($130,168,683 in 2017), The World is Not Enough ($126,930,660 in 1999)

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Rosemary Brandenberg
Best known as a Set Decorator based on credits in that role in 37 films.
Top films contributed to this record: Transformers ($319,246,193 in 2007), Transformers: Age of Extinction ($245,439,076 in 2014), Cast Away ($233,632,142 in 2000), Hancock ($227,946,274 in 2008), Mission: Impossible—Ghost Protocol ($209,397,903 in 2011), What Women Want ($182,805,123 in 2000), Planet of the Apes ($180,011,740 in 2001), The Rock ($134,069,511 in 1996), The Flintstones ($130,531,208 in 1994), The Ring ($129,094,024 in 2002)

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Karen O'Hara
Best known as a Set Decorator based on credits in that role in 28 films.
Top films contributed to this record: Spider-Man ($403,706,375 in 2002), Alice in Wonderland ($334,191,110 in 2010), The Polar Express ($306,949,909 in 2004), Cast Away ($233,632,142 in 2000), What Lies Beneath ($155,464,351 in 2000), Disney's A Christmas Carol ($137,855,863 in 2009), The Silence of the Lambs ($130,726,716 in 1991), Red Dragon ($92,955,420 in 2002), Beowulf ($82,195,215 in 2007), Philadelphia ($77,324,422 in 1993)

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Complete List

Rank Name Domestic
Box Office
Movies Average
1 Richard Roberts $3,423,604,468 22 $155,618,385
2 Rosemary Brandenberg $3,149,852,638 37 $85,131,152
3 Karen O'Hara $2,551,965,896 28 $91,141,639
4 Susan Bode $2,457,243,601 44 $55,846,445
5 Larry Dias $2,457,213,904 13 $189,016,454
6 Nancy Haigh $2,034,570,611 25 $81,382,824
7 Lauri Gaffin $1,994,975,474 14 $142,498,248
8 Gary Fettis $1,915,574,539 19 $100,819,713
9 Michael Ford $1,792,014,665 14 $128,001,048
10 Danielle Berman $1,768,939,004 10 $176,893,900
11 Anna Pinnock $1,670,727,871 13 $128,517,529
12 Victor J. Zolfo $1,562,142,975 10 $156,214,298
13 Peter Young $1,557,646,789 9 $173,071,865
14 Elizabeth Wilcox $1,526,139,591 15 $101,742,639
15 Jennifer Williams $1,510,257,987 9 $167,806,443
16 Stephenie McMillan $1,509,080,338 7 $215,582,905
17 Lee Sandales $1,429,537,598 4 $357,384,400
18 Debra Schutt $1,425,357,471 15 $95,023,831
19 Ron Reiss $1,382,157,075 7 $197,451,011
20 George DeTitta Jr. $1,377,362,853 20 $68,868,143
21 Garrett Lewis $1,316,105,108 11 $119,645,919
22 Jan Pascale $1,303,668,023 18 $72,426,001
23 Anne Kuljian $1,298,701,196 12 $108,225,100
24 Jackie Carr $1,161,961,778 7 $165,994,540
25 Gene Serdena $1,150,107,828 16 $71,881,739
26 K.C. Fox $1,112,240,050 12 $92,686,671
27 Peter Walpole $1,110,013,138 7 $158,573,305
28 Douglas Mowat $1,077,938,777 7 $153,991,254
29 Cindy Carr $1,053,629,715 14 $75,259,265
30 Leslie E. Rollins $1,039,787,709 12 $86,648,976
31 Leslie A. Pope $984,362,393 7 $140,623,199
32 Gordon Sim $955,142,406 8 $119,392,801
33 Peter Lando $920,154,009 7 $131,450,573
34 Jay Hart $910,410,374 10 $91,041,037
35 Sandy Reynolds-Wasco $903,965,139 22 $41,089,325
36 Kate Sullivan $895,749,310 10 $89,574,931
37 Peter Howitt $863,832,631 6 $143,972,105
38 Simon Wakefield $852,885,796 7 $121,840,828
39 Casey Hallenbeck $829,552,304 10 $82,955,230
40 John M. Dwyer $827,404,158 5 $165,480,832
41 Robert Greenfield $793,585,725 12 $66,132,144
42 Ronald R. Reiss $791,848,687 7 $113,121,241
43 Lin MacDonald $790,830,745 6 $131,805,124
44 Cheryl Carasik $782,617,120 8 $97,827,140
45 Paki Smith $782,533,432 4 $195,633,358
46 John Bush $747,895,533 6 $124,649,256
47 Sonja Klaus $719,995,354 8 $89,999,419
48 Jim Erickson $719,249,773 11 $65,386,343
49 Ric McElvin $718,975,293 5 $143,795,059
50 Susan Benjamin $706,431,138 8 $88,303,892
51 Anna Lynch-Robinson $697,395,277 5 $139,479,055
52 Robert Kensinger $694,526,366 6 $115,754,394
53 Hilton Rosemarin $693,711,148 11 $63,064,650
54 Shane Vieau $638,368,682 6 $106,394,780
55 Brian Dusting $620,944,599 3 $206,981,533
56 Gretchen Rau $613,016,476 12 $51,084,706
57 Leslie Pope $611,695,519 7 $87,385,074
58 Linda Descenna $601,899,777 8 $75,237,472
59 Ellen Christiansen $589,685,510 8 $73,710,689
60 Crispian Sallis $586,916,324 5 $117,383,265
61 Lisa Thompson $584,684,256 5 $116,936,851
62 Leslie Rollins $583,518,559 6 $97,253,093
63 Francesca Lo Schiavo $582,858,007 7 $83,265,430
64 Robert Gould $577,997,591 8 $72,249,699
65 Rosie Goodwin $576,051,902 2 $288,025,951
66 Clay A. Griffith $575,052,016 6 $95,842,003
67 Dan Hennah $574,037,592 3 $191,345,864
68 Richard Goddard $557,276,735 10 $55,727,674
69 Rebecca Cohen $548,789,432 7 $78,398,490
70 Dan Clancy $545,076,135 5 $109,015,227
71 Merideth Boswell $544,874,781 6 $90,812,464
72 Jille Azis $542,804,458 9 $60,311,606
73 Kathy Lucas $540,363,560 11 $49,123,960
74 Julie Ochipinti $538,037,122 4 $134,509,281
75 Shannon Gottlieb $536,937,473 4 $134,234,368
76 Jay R. Hart $524,780,966 10 $52,478,097
77 Beth Rubino $510,067,699 7 $72,866,814
78 Carolyn Loucks $503,672,173 3 $167,890,724
79 David Smith $492,945,221 8 $61,618,153
80 Elli Griff $489,644,339 7 $69,949,191
81 Anne D. McCulley $481,738,796 6 $80,289,799
82 Roger Christian $460,998,007 1 $460,998,007
83 Sara Andrews-Ingrassia $455,737,957 3 $151,912,652
84 Lesley Beale $447,193,476 5 $89,438,695
85 Sophie Neudorfer $446,024,894 5 $89,204,979
86 Kristen Toscano Messina $441,251,535 5 $88,250,307
87 Tracey Doyle $428,486,475 5 $85,697,295
88 Cheryl A. Carasik $428,047,542 2 $214,023,771
89 Katie Spencer $427,597,255 3 $142,532,418
90 Robert R. Benton $426,106,562 4 $106,526,641
91 Carlo Gervasi $412,597,793 2 $206,298,897
92 Leonard Spears $407,477,468 5 $81,495,494
93 Rosalie Board $406,209,299 2 $203,104,650
94 Leslie Bloom $396,920,102 5 $79,384,020
95 Chryss Hionis $396,757,912 10 $39,675,791
96 Paul Hotte $382,839,962 5 $76,567,992
97 Amy McGary $376,727,989 5 $75,345,598
98 Ernie Bishop $372,774,843 3 $124,258,281
99 Regina Graves $371,530,822 6 $61,921,804
100 Denise Pizzini $367,748,676 5 $73,549,735

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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