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Top Grossing Sound Mixer at the Domestic Box OfficeBETA


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This list shows the highest grossing Sound Mixers 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 Orloff
Best known as a Sound Mixer based on credits in that role in 29 films.
Top films contributed to this record: Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End ($309,420,425 in 2007), Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl ($305,411,224 in 2003), The Hangover ($277,322,503 in 2009), Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides ($241,063,875 in 2011), Terminator 2: Judgment Day ($203,464,105 in 1991), Pitch Perfect 2 ($184,296,230 in 2015), G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra ($150,201,498 in 2009), True Lies ($146,282,411 in 1994), The Ring ($129,094,024 in 2002), Rango ($123,477,607 in 2011)

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Chris Munro
Best known as a Sound Mixer based on credits in that role in 27 films.
Top films contributed to this record: Wonder Woman ($412,563,408 in 2017), Gravity ($274,092,705 in 2013), Sherlock Holmes ($209,028,679 in 2009), Mission: Impossible—Rogue Nation ($195,042,377 in 2015), Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows ($186,848,418 in 2011), Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves ($165,493,908 in 1991), Die Another Day ($160,942,139 in 2002), Snow White and the Huntsman ($155,136,755 in 2012), Ready Player One ($136,733,072 in 2018), The Last Airbender ($131,772,187 in 2010)

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Jose Antonio Garcia
Best known as a Sound Mixer based on credits in that role in 25 films.
Top films contributed to this record: The Avengers ($623,279,547 in 2012), Iron Man 3 ($408,992,272 in 2013), The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 ($337,135,885 in 2014), The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2 ($281,723,902 in 2015), Bruce Almighty ($242,704,995 in 2003), Liar Liar ($181,410,615 in 1997), Godzilla ($136,314,294 in 1998), Get Smart ($130,319,208 in 2008), Sully ($125,070,033 in 2016), Due Date ($100,539,043 in 2010)

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Complete List

Rank Name Domestic
Box Office
Movies Average
1 Lee Orloff $3,252,268,431 29 $112,147,187
2 Chris Munro $3,191,423,058 27 $118,200,854
3 Jose Antonio Garcia $3,108,659,620 25 $124,346,385
4 William B. Kaplan $3,071,129,769 25 $122,845,191
5 Stuart Wilson $2,790,105,226 8 $348,763,153
6 David MacMillan $2,613,153,372 22 $118,779,699
7 Ed Novick $2,518,772,508 15 $167,918,167
8 Mark Ulano $2,052,220,966 24 $85,509,207
9 Peter J. Devlin $2,035,971,251 14 $145,426,518
10 Petur Hliddal $1,898,951,199 25 $75,958,048
11 Mark Weingarten $1,705,258,945 14 $121,804,210
12 Tod A. Maitland $1,688,847,580 21 $80,421,313
13 Ronald Judkins $1,660,147,454 12 $138,345,621
14 Danny Michael $1,640,455,001 26 $63,094,423
15 Geoffrey Patterson $1,541,915,677 26 $59,304,449
16 Tony Dawe $1,492,572,899 13 $114,813,300
17 Michael McGee $1,484,078,752 10 $148,407,875
18 Keith A. Wester $1,483,102,013 15 $98,873,468
19 Steve Cantamessa $1,439,322,295 20 $71,966,115
20 Jeff Wexler $1,417,295,766 15 $94,486,384
21 Rob Young $1,323,124,641 15 $88,208,309
22 Glen Gauthier $1,290,814,707 16 $80,675,919
23 Kirk Francis $1,276,086,528 10 $127,608,653
24 John Pritchett $1,236,081,500 22 $56,185,523
25 David Husby $1,205,320,505 11 $109,574,591
26 John Midgley $1,170,559,474 10 $117,055,947
27 Simon Hayes $1,162,433,027 15 $77,495,535
28 Paul Ledford $1,153,067,136 16 $72,066,696
29 Willie Burton $1,134,348,275 17 $66,726,369
30 Ivan Sharrock $1,062,663,645 14 $75,904,546
31 Christopher Boyes $1,042,352,731 5 $208,470,546
32 Willie D. Burton $1,025,566,607 18 $56,975,923
33 Thomas Causey $1,011,607,241 14 $72,257,660
34 Walt Martin $992,130,124 11 $90,193,648
35 Mary H. Ellis $978,998,319 9 $108,777,591
36 Tom Nelson $967,229,461 17 $56,895,851
37 Guntis Sics $946,650,158 8 $118,331,270
38 David Wyman $943,920,921 12 $78,660,077
39 Steve Nelson $929,178,556 12 $77,431,546
40 Peter Devlin $924,359,637 6 $154,059,940
41 Arthur Rochester $916,281,726 10 $91,628,173
42 Ron Judkins $886,359,060 7 $126,622,723
43 Allan Byer $871,348,696 11 $79,213,518
44 Randy Thom $833,184,193 4 $208,296,048
45 Jim Tanenbaum $823,486,735 3 $274,495,578
46 William Sarokin $798,263,730 13 $61,404,902
47 Whit Norris $795,114,661 8 $99,389,333
48 Les Lazarowitz $795,004,306 12 $66,250,359
49 Pud Cusack $786,350,806 13 $60,488,524
50 Andy Nelson $758,634,878 5 $151,726,976
51 David Stephenson $745,548,224 13 $57,349,863
52 Greg P. Russell $745,369,583 4 $186,342,396
53 Anna Behlmer $728,817,135 5 $145,763,427
54 Mac Ruth $711,305,862 9 $79,033,985
55 Edward Tise $695,952,329 18 $38,664,018
56 Steven A. Morrow $687,587,986 17 $40,446,352
57 Paul Massey $677,523,267 4 $169,380,817
58 Kevin O'Connell $672,377,271 4 $168,094,318
59 Tony Johnson $666,208,732 5 $133,241,746
60 Drew Kunin $641,333,112 13 $49,333,316
61 Jay Meagher $622,197,321 13 $47,861,332
62 Eric Batut $617,522,047 11 $56,138,368
63 Carl Rudsill $616,809,953 3 $205,603,318
64 Simon Kaye $616,072,483 8 $77,009,060
65 Patrick Rousseau $596,692,156 7 $85,241,737
66 Peter Kurland $595,776,591 7 $85,110,942
67 David Crozier $574,416,168 6 $95,736,028
68 Jim Stuebe $550,556,271 12 $45,879,689
69 Gene S. Cantamessa $533,319,054 4 $133,329,764
70 Ken King $516,322,192 29 $17,804,214
71 David Lee $506,533,415 6 $84,422,236
72 Ken Saville $505,485,728 4 $126,371,432
73 Paul Brincat $492,085,656 4 $123,021,414
74 David Ronne $488,234,563 7 $69,747,795
75 Nelson Stoll $478,428,674 6 $79,738,112
76 David Brownlow $474,782,561 7 $67,826,080
77 Joseph Geisinger III $472,174,002 3 $157,391,334
78 Lisa Pinero $469,687,989 4 $117,421,997
79 Christian Joyce $465,783,609 2 $232,891,805
80 Derek Ball $460,998,007 1 $460,998,007
81 Owen Spencer $459,005,868 1 $459,005,868
82 Jerome McCann $459,005,868 1 $459,005,868
83 T.J. O'Mara $453,101,059 7 $64,728,723
84 Jonathan Gaynor $440,773,626 7 $62,967,661
85 James J. Sabat $439,115,857 7 $62,730,837
86 Stephane Bucher $425,727,654 6 $70,954,609
87 Richard Bryce Goodman $424,869,601 7 $60,695,657
88 Manfred Banach $423,873,738 2 $211,936,869
89 Kenneth McLaughlin $419,157,874 2 $209,578,937
90 Robert Eber $417,999,133 9 $46,444,348
91 Peter F. Kurland $415,651,657 6 $69,275,276
92 Greg Orloff $409,367,322 5 $81,873,464
93 Marc-Jon Sullivan $403,706,375 1 $403,706,375
94 Maurizio Argentieri $395,889,255 2 $197,944,628
95 Peter Glossop $389,319,248 8 $48,664,906
96 Russell Williams II $382,138,796 5 $76,427,759
97 Roy Charman $375,683,855 4 $93,920,964
98 Kim H. Ornitz $372,138,664 6 $62,023,111
99 Robert Jackson $369,366,450 3 $123,122,150
100 Darren Brisker $365,410,212 5 $73,082,042

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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