George Ohanian

George Ohanian

Date of Birth

Date of Birth: September 30, 1924
Date of Passing: April 20, 2021
Birthplace: Hartford, Connecticut
Obituary: Legacy.com

George Ohanian was an American film and sound editor.

He is perhaps best known for his film editing work on the television series The Incredible Hulk, The Bionic Woman, and The Six Million Dollar Man, and for being the sound effects editor on The Munsters.

A combat veteran of World War II, Ohanian relocated to California after the war and graduated from UCLA with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English.

His career began at Universal Studios as a helper in the still department which would lead to an apprenticeship in the editorial department.

George Ohanian was an American film and sound editor.

He is perhaps best known for his film editing work on the television series The Incredible Hulk, The Bionic Woman, and The Six Million Dollar Man, and for being the sound effects editor on The Munsters.

A combat veteran of World War II, Ohanian relocated to California after the war and graduated from UCLA with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English.

His career began at Universal Studios as a helper in the still department which would lead to an apprenticeship in the editorial department.

Ohanian would go on to edit hundreds of hours of television for nearly 40 years. He contributed to iconic programs such as Matlock, Whiz Kids, The Virginian, McMillan & Wife, It Takes a Thief, Adam-12, and The Munsters.

He was also a dialogue editor on the Orson Welles film Touch of Evil (1958), and a sound editor on The Incredible Shrinking Man (1957).

Ohanian died April 20, 2021, in Glendale, California. He was 96.

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