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November 05, 2014

Chris Reeves, Sound Editors

Chris started his television career on the ABC/Disney show Dinosaurs after a decade working on independent feature films. Since then he has worked on a diverse collection of shows ranging from Alias to The X-Files. He is currently a supervising sound editor with NBC Universal Studios.

With thirty years of experience in post-production sound, he has garnered two Emmys and two Golden Reels among his awards.

As a member of the MPSE Board of Directors for the past twenty years, he has worked to promote the importance of Sound and Sound Editing in television and film. He has served on the Sound Editor's Peer Group Committee twice before being elected to the Television Academy Board of Governors.

updated 1.3.18

Chris started his television career on the ABC/Disney show Dinosaurs after a decade working on independent feature films. Since then he has worked on a diverse collection of shows ranging from Alias to The X-Files. He is currently a supervising sound editor with NBC Universal Studios.

With thirty years of experience in post-production sound, he has garnered two Emmys and two Golden Reels among his awards.

As a member of the MPSE Board of Directors for the past twenty years, he has worked to promote the importance of Sound and Sound Editing in television and film. He has served on the Sound Editor's Peer Group Committee twice before being elected to the Television Academy Board of Governors.

updated 1.3.18

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