Veteran Supervising Sound Editor and Sound Designer George H. Anderson (pictured) has joined Sony Pictures Post Production Services in Culver City, Calif. Anderson brings a deep and varied resume in sound with more than 75 credits in film and television.
He has completed several recent projects at Sony Pictures, including Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping, Pee-wee’s Big Holiday, and Trainwreck.
“George is a dedicated and gifted sound artist, and a terrific addition to our fantastic roster of talent,” says Tom McCarthy. “He consistently delivers superb work in behalf of filmmakers and their stories, and is always working to refine and improve his craft.”
Anderson has worked as an independent Supervising Sound Editor and Sound Designer for much of his career. Notable credits include We’re the Millers, Bridesmaids, Superbad, Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby, Groundhog Day, Rudy, and Stepbrothers.
Anderson is excited to find a home at Sony Pictures. “I’ve done a lot of shows on the lot and love the ambience and the facilities,” he says. “I’m very impressed with the resources the studio has devoted to sound and the direction the department is headed under Tom McCarthy.”
After beginning his career as an assistant picture editor in commercials in 1979. He later transitioned to sound and got his first opportunity to work as a sound editor on a feature on the Mel Brooks film History of the World, Part One. He earned his first credit as a supervisor on the television series Crime Story and won MPSE Golden Reel awards for his work on Predator and Die Hard.
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