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Top Grossing Sound Effects Editor at the Domestic Box OfficeBETA


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This list shows the highest grossing Sound Effects 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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Lee Gilmore
Best known as a Sound Effects Editor based on credits in that role in 41 films.
Top films contributed to this record: The Hunger Games: Catching Fire ($424,668,047 in 2013), Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 ($389,813,101 in 2017), Zootopia ($341,268,248 in 2016), The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 ($337,135,885 in 2014), The Amazing Spider-Man ($262,030,663 in 2012), The Hangover Part II ($254,464,305 in 2011), Moana ($248,757,044 in 2016), The Amazing Spider-Man 2 ($202,853,933 in 2014), Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles ($191,204,754 in 2014), 2012 ($166,112,167 in 2009)

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Josh Gold
Best known as a Sound Effects Editor based on credits in that role in 20 films.
Top films contributed to this record: Rogue One: A Star Wars Story ($532,177,324 in 2016), Iron Man 3 ($408,992,272 in 2013), Captain America: Civil War ($408,084,349 in 2016), Minions ($336,045,770 in 2015), Captain America: The Winter Soldier ($259,746,958 in 2014), Brave ($237,282,182 in 2012), Doctor Strange ($232,641,920 in 2016), How to Train Your Dragon ($217,581,232 in 2010), Thor: The Dark World ($206,362,140 in 2013), Ant-Man ($180,202,163 in 2015)

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Dan Hegeman
Best known as a Sound Effects Editor based on credits in that role in 69 films.
Top films contributed to this record: Skyfall ($304,360,277 in 2012), The Bourne Ultimatum ($227,471,070 in 2007), Hannibal ($165,092,266 in 2001), The Proposal ($163,958,031 in 2009), G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra ($150,201,498 in 2009), American Gangster ($130,164,645 in 2007), The Bourne Identity ($121,468,960 in 2002), Seabiscuit ($120,277,854 in 2003), Van Helsing ($120,150,546 in 2004), Green Lantern ($116,601,172 in 2011)

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Complete List

Rank Name Domestic
Box Office
Movies Average
1 Lee Gilmore $4,682,400,343 41 $114,204,886
2 Josh Gold $4,289,787,051 20 $214,489,353
3 Dan Hegeman $4,138,763,942 69 $59,982,086
4 Shannon Mills $3,048,690,880 17 $179,334,758
5 Teresa Eckton $2,834,504,618 16 $177,156,539
6 Jed Loughran $2,823,379,877 21 $134,446,661
7 Ken Fischer $2,452,386,558 19 $129,072,977
8 Hector Gika $2,266,145,200 33 $68,671,067
9 Ben Burtt $1,901,892,029 7 $271,698,861
10 Charles Maynes $1,589,385,492 43 $36,962,453
11 Christopher Assells $1,549,900,619 21 $73,804,791
12 Bruce Tanis $1,489,639,227 23 $64,766,923
13 Steve Mann $1,474,124,255 22 $67,005,648
14 Jason King $1,310,498,471 19 $68,973,604
15 Mac Smith $1,254,942,469 7 $179,277,496
16 Dino DiMuro $1,171,184,985 13 $90,091,153
17 Scott Guitteau $1,137,222,396 9 $126,358,044
18 Pascal Garneau $1,128,891,436 7 $161,270,205
19 Luke Dunn Gielmuda $1,102,648,181 6 $183,774,697
20 Jeremy Bowker $1,041,935,289 5 $208,387,058
21 Randy Kelley $970,257,423 14 $69,304,102
22 Andy Kennedy $949,473,447 5 $189,894,689
23 Jay Wilkinson $940,588,508 12 $78,382,376
24 J.R. Grubbs $919,963,332 12 $76,663,611
25 Adam Kopald $896,978,646 13 $68,998,357
26 Robert Shoup $895,636,768 10 $89,563,677
27 David Hughes $876,180,806 9 $97,353,423
28 Tim Holland $825,477,921 5 $165,095,584
29 Mark Larry $817,444,719 8 $102,180,590
30 Dino R. Dimuro $807,058,757 13 $62,081,443
31 Ann Scibelli $806,909,285 9 $89,656,587
32 Jon Title $784,279,434 9 $87,142,159
33 Frank Eulner $759,083,587 7 $108,440,512
34 Glenn Hoskinson $756,340,200 9 $84,037,800
35 Tim Walston $746,991,635 9 $82,999,071
36 Paul Berolzheimer $723,887,172 6 $120,647,862
37 Larry Oatfield $709,751,226 6 $118,291,871
38 Doug Jackson $687,223,780 13 $52,863,368
39 Samuel C. Crutcher $686,273,497 6 $114,378,916
40 Christopher Scarabosio $680,355,638 5 $136,071,128
41 Alan Rankin $679,000,950 8 $84,875,119
42 Donald L. Warner, Jr. $677,714,978 6 $112,952,496
43 John Joseph Thomas $669,208,745 15 $44,613,916
44 Michael Mitchell $663,114,156 6 $110,519,026
45 Greg ten Bosch $662,403,940 8 $82,800,493
46 Wyatt Sprague $660,348,613 13 $50,796,047
47 Cindy Marty $658,075,625 5 $131,615,125
48 Kyrsten Mate $634,584,453 8 $79,323,057
49 Suhail Kafity $622,983,548 9 $69,220,394
50 Ai-Ling Lee $620,497,327 9 $68,944,147
51 Bernard Weiser $618,615,883 9 $68,735,098
52 Samir Foco $607,605,785 2 $303,802,893
53 Stephen P. Robinson $602,766,207 7 $86,109,458
54 Martin Cantwell $599,329,870 6 $99,888,312
55 Roland N. Thai $590,189,394 5 $118,037,879
56 Kim Secrist $584,982,029 10 $58,498,203
57 Ryan Collins $580,907,462 10 $58,090,746
58 Ethan Van der Ryn $580,330,089 6 $96,721,682
59 Jamie Hardt $579,529,474 7 $82,789,925
60 Michael Payne $570,427,213 11 $51,857,019
61 Gary Krivacek $562,011,450 10 $56,201,145
62 Peter Staubli $558,732,787 9 $62,081,421
63 David Grimaldi $555,929,871 5 $111,185,974
64 David C. Hughes $553,821,006 7 $79,117,287
65 Randy Torres $548,069,991 4 $137,017,498
66 Phil Barrie $547,401,414 4 $136,850,354
67 James Harrison $538,373,201 6 $89,728,867
68 David E. Stone $532,776,388 5 $106,555,278
69 Dustin Cawood $526,737,076 3 $175,579,025
70 Jay Nierenberg $521,030,788 4 $130,257,697
71 Piero Mura $508,127,176 10 $50,812,718
72 Glynna Grimala $508,071,285 2 $254,035,643
73 Jeff Sawyer $503,084,322 10 $50,308,432
74 Kris Fenske $491,007,476 3 $163,669,159
75 David Chrastka $482,830,296 3 $160,943,432
76 John Dunn $476,586,812 5 $95,317,362
77 Michael W. Mitchell $474,754,732 7 $67,822,105
78 Richard Hymns $463,211,063 2 $231,605,532
79 Benjamin Cook $461,184,267 4 $115,296,067
80 Tony Lamberti $459,943,133 4 $114,985,783
81 Fabian Sanjurjo $447,147,323 5 $89,429,465
82 David Pettijohn $446,825,875 2 $223,412,938
83 Louis L. Edemann $446,825,875 2 $223,412,938
84 Nigel Christensen $442,947,206 4 $110,736,802
85 Donald Flick $442,091,456 7 $63,155,922
86 Anthony R. Milch $437,708,513 6 $72,951,419
87 Richard C. Franklin, Jr. $435,110,554 1 $435,110,554
88 P.K. Hooker $431,168,140 4 $107,792,035
89 Douglas Murray $426,102,331 3 $142,034,110
90 Peter Zinda $424,502,977 5 $84,900,595
91 Scott Sanders $422,106,441 4 $105,526,610
92 Ken Johnson $413,946,614 3 $137,982,205
93 Bruce Lacey $411,168,943 2 $205,584,472
94 Al Nelson $408,104,078 4 $102,026,020
95 Daniel Hegeman $402,595,289 4 $100,648,822
96 Larry Zipf $402,566,481 5 $80,513,296
97 Steve Orlando $401,142,725 2 $200,571,363
98 Christopher Aud $400,419,344 6 $66,736,557
99 John Marquis $396,151,276 3 $132,050,425
100 Terry Eckton $395,708,305 1 $395,708,305

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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