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Andy Nelson (sound engineer)

Andy Nelson
Occupation Re-recording mixer, sound engineer
Years active 1980-present

Andy Nelson is a British re-recording mixer and sound engineer working in Los Angeles, California. He has won two Academy Award for Best Sound and has been nominated for sixteen more in the same category. He has worked on over 150 films since 1980. In addition to the Academy Awards, Nelson has won five BAFTA Award for Best Sound and has been nominated for eight more in the same category. He was awarded the Australian Centenary Medal in the 2001 Queen's New Years Honours List for his services to Australia society and Australian film production.

Selected filmography

Nelson won two Academy Awards for Best Sound and has been nominated for another sixteen:

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