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Stuart Bass, A.C.E.

Stuart Bass, A.C.E., has been an editor for over 25 years. He has focused on series comedies, including The Wonder Years, Parker Lewis Can’t Lose, Scrubs, The Office, Arrested Development and Pushing Daisies. Bass began his career working on rock videos for MTV during the company’s early years, and later moved into commercial editing, cutting hundreds of spots for San Francisco’s largest production company. He has also cut numerous television movies and documentaries.

Stuart Bass, A.C.E., has been an editor for over 25 years. He has focused on series comedies, including The Wonder Years, Parker Lewis Can’t Lose, Scrubs, The Office, Arrested Development and Pushing Daisies. Bass began his career working on rock videos for MTV during the company’s early years, and later moved into commercial editing, cutting hundreds of spots for San Francisco’s largest production company. He has also cut numerous television movies and documentaries.

In addition, Bass has been nominated for five Primetime Emmy Awards, two ACE Awards and a 2006 ACE Eddy Award for his work on Arrested Development. He won a 2008 Primetime Emmy Award for his work on Pushing Daises.

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AWARDS & NOMINATIONS

AWARDS & NOMINATIONS

5 Nominations 1 Emmy

Outstanding Picture Editing For A Comedy Series (Single Or Multi-Camera) - 2009

  • Nominee
  • Stuart Bass, A.C.E.
  • The Office
  • "Two Weeks"
  • NBC
  • Produced by Deedle-Dee Productions and Reveille LLC in association with Universal Media Studios

Outstanding Picture Editing For A Comedy Series (Single Or Multi-Camera) - 2008

  • Winner
  • Stuart Bass, A.C.E., Editor
  • Pushing Daisies
  • "Pie-Lette"
  • ABC
  • Living Dead Guy Productions, The Jinks/Cohen Company in association with Warner Bros. Television

Outstanding Single-camera Picture Editing For A Comedy Series - 2006

  • Nominee
  • Stuart Bass, A.C.E.
  • Arrested Development
  • FOX
  • Produced by Imagine TV and 20th Century Fox Television for Netflix

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