|Born||1953/1954 (age 62–63)|
|Alma mater||University of Southern California (BFA)|
|Occupation||Film director, Screenwriter, Film editor|
Albert Magnoli (born c. 1954) is an American film director, screenwriter and editor best known for helming the films Purple Rain, Tango & Cash, Street Knight, and American Anthem, and as editor of Reckless. For a time Magnoli served as the manager of musical artist Prince.
- 1981 : Jazz (short film)
- 1984 : Reckless (editor)
- 1984 : Purple Rain
- 1986 : American Anthem
- 1989 : Partyman (music video for Prince)
- 1993 : Street Knight
- 1993 : Born to Run (TV movie)
- 1997 : Dark Planet
- 1997 : Nash Bridges season 2, episode 23 Deliverance
- The San Bernardino County Sun: July 16, 1984. Quote: "It also marks the first time 30-year-old Magnoli was ever asked to direct".
- "Stallone Film Caught in Sony-Warner Battle". The Los Angeles Times. November 1, 1989.
- "Albert Magnoli". NYTimes.com Movies & TV. All Movie Guide and Baseline via The New York Times.
- "Prince Goes Batty". The Los Angeles Times. May 28, 1989.
- "Noted Directors' Student Films Will Be Featured In USC Benefit". The Los Angeles Times. October 5, 1987.
- "Purple Rain 30th Anniversary Interview: Albert Magnoli". Biography.com.
- Official website
- Albert Magnoli on Internet Movie Database
- Albert Magnoli at AllMovie
- Huffingtonpost : The director of Purple Rain Prince Memories
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