|Born||Los Angeles, California, U.S.|
(B.F.A) New York University|
(M.F.A) AFI Conservatory
|Occupation||Motion Picture Editor|
|Associated acts||Lippy's Garden|
David Milhous is a motion picture editor. He is known best as the editor of Crime Watch Daily, which won the Emmy award for Editing in 2017. He is also a founding member 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 at Paramount Pictures and Warner Brothers Entertainment. His work as an editor has aired on CW, CBS, CNBC, NBC, ABC, CNN, Fox Broadcasting Company, HGTV, Discovery, BBC, Five (UK), Virgin1, MTV, MTV2, History Channel, The Learning Channel, Biography, Animal Planet, Spike TV, UPN, A&E, CNN International, IFC, Lifetime, The Africa Channel, The Travel Channel, and The Science Channel.
- M.F.A. AFI Conservatory, Film Editing
- B.F.A. New York University, Tisch School of the Arts, Film and Television Production
- Attended the University of Southern California where he was the Assistant Chief Photographer for the Daily Trojan.
Nominated - American Cinema Editors, ACE Eddie Award, AFI, 2001.
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