David Milhous

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David Milhous Nationality = United States American
Born (1967-07-09) July 9, 1967 (age 47)
Pomona, California
Origin Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Genres Rock, Post-Punk
Occupations Television Editor, Drummer
Instruments Avid Media Composer, Drums, Percussion
Years active 1984–Present
Labels Boxfest
Associated acts Lippy's Garden

David Milhous is a film and television editor and one of the founding members of the American Post-Punk band Lippy's Garden.

Milhous spent a number of years editing news at CNN in Atlanta before turning to more dramatic long form storytelling. His work as an editor has aired on CBS, CNBC, NBC, ABC, CNN, Fox Broadcasting Company, HGTV, Discovery, BBC, Virgin1, MTV, MTV2, History Channel, The Learning Channel, Biography, Animal Planet, Spike TV, UPN, CNN International, IFC, Lifetime, The Africa Channel, The Travel Channel, and The Science Channel.

David cites John Ford, Philip Glass and Henri Cartier-Bresson as his greatest creative influences and is a lifetime member of The American Film Institute and The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.

Education[edit]

The University of Southern California, 1989.

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