Alan Balsam

Editor
Editor who began making promotional films and other shorts which featured performers including Elvis Presley, Bette Midler, George Harrison and Jonathan Winters. Feature film credits included "To Be or Not to Be" ... Read more »
Born: 04/02/1950 in Los Angeles, California, USA

Filmography

Editor (17)

Car 54, Where Are You? 1994 (Movie)

(Editor)

A League of Their Own 1992 (Movie)

film editor (Editor)

Born to Ride 1991 (Movie)

(Editor)

Why Me? 1990 (Movie)

(Editor)

Harlem Nights 1989 (Movie)

(research) (Editor)

Teen Witch 1989 (Movie)

editorial consultant (Editing)

Doin' Time on Planet Earth 1988 (Movie)

(Editor)

Moving 1988 (Movie)

(Editor)

One Crazy Summer 1986 (Movie)

(Editor)

Better Off Dead 1985 (Movie)

(Editor)

Revenge of the Nerds 1984 (Movie)

(Editor)

Fire and Ice 1983 (Movie)

(Associate Editor)

To Be or Not to Be 1983 (Movie)

(Editor)

Dead and Buried 1982 (Movie)

(Editor)

Loose Shoes 1981 (Movie)

(Editor)

Divine Madness 1980 (Movie)

(Editor)

Fatso 1980 (Movie)

Editor (Assistant Editor)
Other (1)

Das Boot 1982 (Movie)

editor consultant(English version) (Creative Consultant)

Biography

Editor who began making promotional films and other shorts which featured performers including Elvis Presley, Bette Midler, George Harrison and Jonathan Winters. Feature film credits included "To Be or Not to Be" (1983), "Better Off Dead" (1985), "Divine Madness" (1980), "Revenge of the Nerds" (1984), "Born to Ride" (1991), "Why Me?" (1989) and "One Crazy Summer" (1986). Balsam also edited TV specials including "Heroes of Rock'n'Roll" and the AFI's salute to Bette Davis.

Relationships

Michael Balsam

Father
survived him

Anita Balsam

Mother
survived him

Gary Balsam

Brother
born in 1953

Mark Balsam

Brother
survived him

Stephen Schneider

Companion
survived him

Yetta Striar

Grandmother
survived him

EDUCATION

California State University

Long Beach , California 1972

Milestones

1992

Last feature credits include "additional editing" work on "A League of Their Own"

1979

Earliest feature film credits include an assistant editor credit on "Fatso"

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