DORIAN HARRIS, A.C.E. (Editor) has worked in both film and television for over two decades and during that time has earned a reputation as one of Hollywood’s most experienced editors. Most recently he edited the critically acclaimed “Boss,” Starz’ hit television series.
Harris’ feature film credits include The Mod Squad and Johns, both directed by Scott Silver; The Last Time I Committed Suicide, directed by Stephen Kay; Little Odessa,directed by James Gray; Fresh, directed by Boaz Yakin’ and Watch It, directed by Tom Flynn.
For television, Harris has worked on “Person of Interest” (Pilot), the TV series “Enlightened,” “The Chicago Code” (Pilot), seasons two through six of the hit series “House,” season one through four of the long running series “Law & Order: Criminal Intent,” “Wilder Days” (Pilot), the series “Gun,” directed by Robert Altman and the critically acclaimed HBO series “Tanner ’88,” also directed by Robert Altman.
Harris’ made for television movies include “Wasted,” “Ruby’s Bucket of Blood,” “Finding Buck McHenry,” “The Wedding,” “Nightjohn,” and “Lifestories: Families in Crisis: The Joey De Paolo Story.” Harris also was the editor on Robert Altman’s acclaimed television adaptation of the Broadway play “The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial.