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Scott Millan

Scott Millan
Born Scott Alexander Millan
1954 (age 61–62)
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Occupation Sound re-recording mixer
Sound Director
Years active 1974–present

Scott Alexander Millan (born 1954) is an American sound re-recording mixer,[1] a member of the Board of Governors of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences,[2] and Sound Director for Technicolor at Paramount Studios.[3] Millan has won four Academy Awards for his work in sound for motion picture.[4]

In February 2012, Millan was honored with the Cinema Audio Society Career Achievement Award.[5][6][7]

Contents

  • Personal life 1
  • Awards and nominations 2
    • Academy Awards 2.1
    • BAFTA Award 2.2
    • Emmy Awards 2.3
    • Daytime Emmy Awards 2.4
    • Cinema Audio Society Awards 2.5
    • Satellite Awards 2.6
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Personal life

Millan was born in Los Angeles, California and attended Ulysses S. Grant High School in the Valley Glen neighborhood of Los Angeles. His father Art Millan and mother Lynn were both television and film actors in the 1950s. He married Deborah and had two children; the former The Young and the Restless actress Ashley Nicole Millan[8] and Brandon Millan.

Awards and nominations

Academy Awards

All are for the Academy Award for Best Sound (sometimes called Sound Mixing).[17]

BAFTA Award

All are for the BAFTA for Best Sound.

Emmy Awards

  • 1987 - thirtysomething: "Michael Writes a Story" (Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Drama Series) - Nominated
  • 1988 - Mission: Impossible: "Spy" (Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Drama Series) - Nominated
  • 1990 - Challenger (Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Drama Miniseries or Special) - Nominated
  • 1990 - The Kennedys of Massachusetts (Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Drama Miniseries or Special)
  • 1991 - Ironclads (Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Drama Miniseries or Special)
  • 1992 - Stalin (Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Drama Miniseries or Special) - Won
  • 1998 - From the Earth to the Moon (Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Drama Miniseries or Special) - Nominated

Daytime Emmy Awards

Cinema Audio Society Awards

  • 1993 - Schindler's List - Nominated
  • 1995 - Braveheart - Nominated
  • 1995 - Apollo 13 - Won
  • 1999 - American Beauty - Nominated
  • 2000 - Gladiator - Won
  • 2002 - Road to Perdition - Won
  • 2004 - Ray - Nominated
  • 2004 - The Bourne Supremacy - Nominated
  • 2007 - The Bourne Ultimatum - Nominated
  • 2012 - Skyfall - Pending[18]

All are for the C.A.S. Award for Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for a Feature Film.

Satellite Awards

References

  1. ^ Technicolor. Technicolor Hires Oscar-Honored Theatrical Sound RE-recording Mixers Scott Millan and Greg Russell July 13, 2011.
  2. ^ AMPAS. Academy Elects 2012 – 2013 Board Of Governors July 17, 2012.
  3. ^ Variety. Technicolor adds sound vets June 27, 2011.
  4. ^ The Hollywood Reporter. Technicolor Teams Sound Recording Re-Mixers Scott Millan and Greg P. Russell June 27, 2011.
  5. ^ Cinema Audio Society. CINEMA AUDIO SOCIETY TO HONOR RE-RECORDING MIXER, SCOTT MILLAN, CAS, WITH CAS CAREER ACHIEVEMENT AWARD September 19, 2011.
  6. ^ The Hollywood Reporter. Scott Millan to Receive CAS Career Achievement Award September 19, 2011.
  7. ^ Variety. Kudos for mixer Scott Millan September 19, 2011.
  8. ^ IMDB. Ashley Nicole Millan
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  17. ^ IMDB. Awards for Scott Millan
  18. ^ Los Angeles Times. 'Lincoln,' 'Skyfall' among Cinema Audio Society award nominees January 8, 2013.

External links

Interviews
  • Kaufman, Debra. "Sounds Like Team Spirit: When Mixers Match." Editors Guild Magazine May–June 2010 : Volume 31, Number 3
  • Kenny, Tom. "'Salt' Sound." Mix Magazine July 27, 2010
  • Damski, Peter. "An Interview with Scott Millan." CAS Quarterly Winter 2012
  • Altman, Randi. "Hitting the road for Skyfall." Post Magazine November 2012
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