Robert Frazen

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Robert Frazen
Occupation Film editor
Years active 1983 - Present

Robert Frazen, A.C.E. is an American film and television editor. He was nominated for the 1995 ACE Eddie Award for Best Edited One-Hour Series for Television for My So-Called Life and won a 2000 ACE Eddie Award for Best Edited Episode from a Television Mini-Series for The '60s. In addition to this, Frazen won the Satellite Award for Best Editing for his work on Nicole Holofcener's Please Give.[1] Frazen is represented by The Skouras Agency.[2]

Filmography[edit]

Year Film Director Other notes
1993 Sirens (1993 TV series) Various
1994 My So-Called Life Various 5 episodes

Nominated - ACE Eddie Award

1995 Party of Five Ellen S. Pressman 1 episode
1996 Relativity (TV series) Mark Piznarski Pilot episode. Various episodes
1999 The '60s (TV movie) Mark Piznarski Winner - ACE Eddie Award
Felicity (TV series) Various 3 episodes (also main title sequence designer)
2000 Here on Earth Mark Piznarski
Roswell (TV series) Frederick King Keller 1 episode
2001 Lovely & Amazing Nicole Holofcener
2002 Leap of Faith (TV series) Nicole Holofcener Pilot episode
Everwood Mark Piznarski Pilot episode
2004 Breakin' All the Rules Daniel Taplitz
Veronica Mars Mark Piznarski Pilot episode
2005 The Great New Wonderful Danny Leiner
2006 Friends with Money Nicole Holofcener
Smokin' Aces Joe Carnahan
2008 Smart People Noam Murro
Synecdoche, New York Charlie Kaufman
2010 The Company Men John Wells
Please Give Nicole Holofcener Winner - Satellite Award for Best Editing
2012 Girls Lena Dunham Pilot episode

Nominated - ACE Eddie Award

2013 Enough Said Nicole Holofcener
2014 How and Why Charlie Kaufman Pilot episode
2015 The Family Fang Jason Bateman
2016 The Founder John Lee Hancock
2018 The Land Of Steady Habits Nicole Holofcener

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