On 24 February 2021, Alan Robert Murray’s family, through a Warner Brothers Sound Executive, confirmed his death. The circumstances surrounding his death were left out. He died in Los Angeles, California, United States of America. He was 66 at the time of his death.
He had been with the Warner Brothers Sound since 1979.
What Happened To Alan Robert Murray?
Alan Robert Murray began his career in sound in the mid seventies at Paramount Studios. A statement from a spokesperson at Warner Bros. Studios partly read, “I, along with my Warner Bros. family grieve the loss of our dear friend Alan. His contribution to film sound is unrivalled. He will live in our hearts forever.”
Who Was Alan Robert Murray?
Alan Robert Murray was a famous American Sound Editor. He was born on 30 July 1954.
What Was Alan Robert Murray’s Net Worth?
Networthpost.com reported $4Million USD as the approximate net worth of Alan Robert Murray as of the year 2021.
Did Alan Robert Murray Have A Family?
Both Debbie Murray and Alan Murray had three children namely, Blu Murray, who works as an editor, Kevin R.W. Murray who works in sound and Hailey Murray who works in post production.
What Was Alan Robert Murray’s Achievement?
Alan Robert Murray set a record for becoming the most nominated sound editor for The Academy Award for Best Sound Editing category.
He was a two time Oscar Winner as Winning Sound Editor.
Alan Robert Murray was posthumously awarded a recognition award by the producers of the Yellowstone television series, for his exemplary contribution towards the shows’ production.
Who Was Alan Robert Murray In Yellowstone?
At the end of the Season 4 premier, Yellowstone took a moment to pay tribute to Alan Murray, who was very much involved in the show’s production.
What Works Contributed to Alan Robert Murray’s Academy Awards?
Alan Murray’s work on “Letters from Iwo Jima”, contributed to his winning of an Academy Award in 2005.
In 2015, he went on to win his second Academy Award for Best Sound Editing, for his work on “American Sniper.”
Was Alan Robert Murray Related to Clint Eastwood?
Alan Murray and Clint Eastwood went back a long way. Murray worked on very many of Eastwood’s pictures, the first one being the 1980’s “Bronco Billy.”
Clint Eastwood went on to be a mentor to Blu Murray, Alan Robert Murray’s elder son, who by his own merit is a talented editor.
Alan Murray after winning his Academy Award for “American Sniper” had this to say about Clint Eastwood, “He gives you specific notes, but lets you create on your own. And he respects the artists on his crew.”
With Whom Did Alan Robert Murray share his Oscars?
With more than fifty films between them, Alan Robert Murray always shared his Oscars with his fellow supervising sound editor, Bub Asman.