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Greg P. Russell

Sound Department | Producer | Writer
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Transformers (2007) | Skyfall (2012) | Spider-Man (2002)
Nominated for 17 Oscars. Another 1 win & 29 nominations More »
Greg P. Russell C.A.S. | Gregg Russell | Gregory Russell | Greg Russell  Less
Television | Film
Sound | Writing | Producing
United States (with valid passport) (Authorized to work in United States)
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Projects in Development (1 titles)YEARBUDGETSTATUS
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Films in Production (2 titles)YEARBUDGETSTATUS
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Past Film & Video (206 titles)YEARBUDGETUS Gross / WORLDWIDE
Past Television (14 titles)YEAREPISODE COUNT
  • Primary photo for Bionic Ever After?Bionic Ever After? (TV Movie) Re-recording Mixer (as Gregg Russell)  Less 1994
  • Primary photo for The Positively True Adventures of the Alleged Texas Cheerleader-Murdering MomThe Positively True Adventures of the Alleged Texas Cheerleader-Murdering Mom (TV Movie) Re-recording Mixer (as Greg Russell)  Less 1993
  • Primary photo for IllusionsIllusions (TV Movie) Re-recording Mixer  Less 1992
  • Primary photo for Tales from the CryptTales from the Crypt (TV Series) Re-recording Mixer ( 1 episode, 1989 )  Less 1989 1
  • Primary photo for Muppet BabiesMuppet Babies (TV Series) Sound Mixer ( 31 episodes, 1987–1988 )  Less 1987–1988 31
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  • Primary photo for High Mountain RangersHigh Mountain Rangers (TV Series) Re-recording Mixer ( 1 episode, 1988 )  Less 1988 1
    • War Games (Apr 9, 1988) Re-recording Mixer  Less
  • Primary photo for BraveStarrBraveStarr (TV Series) Re-recording Mixer ( 65 episodes, 1987–1988 )  Less 1987–1988 65
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  • Primary photo for The Love BoatThe Love Boat (TV Series) Sound Recordist  Less 1977–1987
  • Primary photo for Galaxy High SchoolGalaxy High School (TV Series) Sound Mixer ( 11 episodes, 1986 )  Less 1986 11
    • It Came from Earth (Dec 6, 1986) Sound Mixer (as Greg Russell)  Less
    • Martian Mumps (Nov 29, 1986) Sound Mixer (as Greg Russell)  Less
    • Founder's Day (Oct 22, 1986) Sound Mixer (as Greg Russell)  Less
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  • Primary photo for Hart to HartHart to Hart (TV Series) Sound Recordist  Less 1979–1984
  • Primary photo for Capitali culturali d'EuropaCapitali culturali d'Europa (TV Series) Re-recording Mixer ( 1 episode, 1983 )  Less 1983 1
  • Primary photo for Vega$Vega$ (TV Series) Sound Recordist  Less 1978–1981
  • Primary photo for FamilyFamily (TV Series) Sound Recordist  Less 1976–1980
  • Primary photo for Starsky and HutchStarsky and Hutch (TV Series) Sound Recordist  Less 1975–1979

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Prior Job Titles (submitted by page owner via IMDb Resume)

  • Producer *
  • Sound Re-recording Mixer *
  • Writer *

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  • * Greg P. Russell began his career at T.T.G. Recording Studios in 1977 as an assistant recording engineer on several hit television shows, including The Love Boat, Charlie’s Angels, Hart to Hart, Vegas, and Fantasy Island.

    In 1981, Greg moved to Evergreen Studios, where he worked with such artists as Neil Diamond, Al Stewart, Heart, and Ringo Starr, among many others. In 1983, he transitioned from recording engineer to re-recording mixer at B&B Sound Studios. During Greg’s tenure at B&B he mixed fifty-five feature films, including the original movie Hairspray for John Waters, and numerous television shows, earning him two Emmy nominations and one win.

    In 1988 Greg took his passion of mixing to Warner Brothers, and within a year received his first Academy Award nomination for Sound Mixing on Ridley Scott’s Black Rain. While at Warner Brothers, Greg mixed such films as Tequila Sunrise, The Bodyguard, The Usual Suspects, Steel Magnolias, Star Trek IV, Point Break, and Stargate, to name a few.

    In 1995, Greg moved to Sony Studios, where he’s mixed some of Hollywood’s biggest blockbusters and earned Oscar nominations for his work on The Rock, Con Air, Armageddon, The Mask of Zorro, The Patriot, Pearl Harbor, Spider-Man, Spider-Man 2, Memoirs of a Geisha, Apocalypto, Transformers 1, 2 and 3, and the spy-thriller Salt starring Angelina Jolie.

    In 2012 Greg was the first talent hired by Technicolor for their new post-production facility on the Paramount Studio lot. In the first year he was nominated for the 23rd Bond film Skyfall directed by Sam Mendes.

    Over the past 32 years Greg has collaborated with some of the most talented director's in Hollywood. The list includes Michael Bay, Sam Raimi, Ron Howard, Tony Scott, Ridley Scott, Sam Mendes, James L. Brooks, Phillip Noyce, William Friedkin, Tim Burton, Kathyrn Bigelow, Barry Sonnenfeld, Barbara Streisand, Mel Gibson, Rob Marshall, Gabrielle Muccino, Jon Turteltaub, Rob Riener, Carl Riener, Paul Verhoeven, Diane Keaton, Adrian Lyne, Roland Emmerich, Martin Campbell, Bryan Singer, Jonathan Mostow, Richard Donner, John Avildsen, Herbert Ross, Harold Becker, Jonathan Lynn, Robert Towne, John Waters, Michel Gondry, Simon West, Ron Underwood, Dominic Sena, Lawrence Kasden and Nicolas Meyer.

    With over 200 films to his credit and 16 Oscar nominations under his belt, Greg is one of the most well respected sound mixers in the industry.
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