Miklos Wright

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Miklos Wright is an American film editor. He graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design where he received a B.A. His career began as an assistant editor on the film Lobsterman from Mars (1987). His most notable works include Open Range and Mr. Brooks, both of which starred Kevin Costner, along with doing multiple episodes of Southland (TV Series) and Chicago PD (TV Series).

Miklos's parents are both artists, and his childhood was spent in a music recording studio located in a farmhouse in rural Vermont. He currently resides in Castaic, CA, with his wife and three children.

His current editing credits include:

  • Chicago P.D. (TV Series) (12 episodes) 2014
  - An Honest Woman (2014)
  - Get My Cigarettes (2014)
  - A Beautiful Friendship (2014)
  - The Docks (2014)
  - My Way (2014)
  - 8:30 PM (2014)
  - Turn the Light Off (2014)
  - At Least It's Justice (2014)
  - A Material Witness (2014)
  - Different Mistakes (2014)
  - Now Is Always Temporary (2014)
  - Stepping Stone (2014)
  • Banshee (TV Series) (5 episodes) 2013-2014
  - Armies of One (2014)
  - Little Fish (2014)
  - Behold a Pale Rider (2013)
  - Wicks (2013)
  - The Rave (2013)
  • The Bridge (TV Series) (1 episode) 2013
  - Pilot (2013)
  • Love Never Fails/Forever Found (Short) 2013
  • Meeting Evil 2012
  • Healing Kindness (Video documentary short) (completed) 2012
  • Southland (TV Series) (9 episodes) 2011-2012
  - Thursday (2012)
  - God's Work (2012)
  - Integrity Check (2012)
  - Identity (2012)
  - Underwater (2012)
  - Failure Drill (2011)
  - Sideways (2011)
  - The Winds (2011)
  - Discretion (2011)
  • Street Kings 2: Motor City (Video) 2011
  • Dead Awake 2010
  • Venus & Vegas 2010
  • Burning Bright 2010
  • Ecoheartland (Documentary) 2009
  • La Linea - The Line 2009
  • Hit and Run (Video) 2009
  • Mr. Brooks 2007
  • Sam's Lake 2006
  • Dirty 2005
  • Mozart and the Whale 2005
  • The Divine (Short) 2005
  • Open Range 2003
  • Dunsmore 2003
  • 3000 Miles to Graceland 2001

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