Jerry Greenberg - Details


JERRY GREENBERG won the Academy Award® for director William Friedkin's 1971 classic "The French Connection," and in 1979, he earned two additional nominations for Robert Benton's "Kramer vs. Kramer" and Francis Ford Coppola's "Apocalypse Now" (shared credit).

His numerous feature credits also include "The Taking of Pelham One Two Three," "Heaven's Gate" (shared credit), "No Mercy," "The Accused," and "For the Boys." He also edited five films for director Brian DePalma, "Dressed to Kill," "Scarface" (shared credit), "Body Double" (shared credit), "Wise Guys" and "The Untouchables" (shared credit).

Greenberg also shared editing duties on the acclaimed drama "American History X."