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January 01, 2012

Scott Boyd, A.C.E., Picture Editors

During his senior year at California State University, Northridge, Scott Boyd, A.C.E., managed to wrangle an internship at Stephen J. Cannell Productions. The internship led to his being hired as a postproduction production assistant, then apprentice, and later being promoted to assistant editor, trailer editor and, finally, editor.

His editing credits include such diverse television series as Silk Stalkings, The New Adventures of Jonny Quest, The Pretender, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, The Agency, Monk, Heroes, House, Mercy, Human Target and Nikita. He has also cut made-for-television movies, and was fortunate enough to receive Primetime Emmy nominations for both Faith of My Fathers and Flight 93.

He also earned an Emmy nomination for the series Heroes.

During his senior year at California State University, Northridge, Scott Boyd, A.C.E., managed to wrangle an internship at Stephen J. Cannell Productions. The internship led to his being hired as a postproduction production assistant, then apprentice, and later being promoted to assistant editor, trailer editor and, finally, editor.

His editing credits include such diverse television series as Silk Stalkings, The New Adventures of Jonny Quest, The Pretender, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, The Agency, Monk, Heroes, House, Mercy, Human Target and Nikita. He has also cut made-for-television movies, and was fortunate enough to receive Primetime Emmy nominations for both Faith of My Fathers and Flight 93.

He also earned an Emmy nomination for the series Heroes.

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