Frank J. Urioste

Frank J. Urioste

Highest Rated: 94% Die Hard (1988)

Lowest Rated: 10% Amityville: The Demon (1983)

Birthday: Apr 28, 1938

Birthplace: Los Angeles, California, USA

Prolific film editor, known primarily for his work on actioners ("Die Hard" 1988, "Damnation Alley" 1977, "Conan the Destroyer" 1984, "Road House" 1989). Urioste's first editing job was on the black comedy "Whatever Happened to Aunt Alice?" (1969). He went on to work on the war films "Battle of Midway" (1976) and "The Boys of Company C" (1977). Since 1987 Urioste has enjoyed a fruitful collaboration with director Paul Verhoeven, working on the films "Robocop," "Total Recall" (1990), and "Basic Instinct" (1992), which garnered him an Oscar nomination.

Filmography

Movies

Credit
59% 39% Deep Blue Sea Film Editing $73.6M 1999
52% 64% Lethal Weapon 4 Film Editing $129.8M 1998
57% 64% Conspiracy Theory Film Editing $76.1M 1997
63% 53% Executive Decision Film Editing $55.7M 1996
74% 94% Tombstone Film Editing $55.9M 1993
56% 63% Basic Instinct Film Editing - 1992
37% 66% Road House Film Editing $27.4M 1989
94% 94% Die Hard Film Editing $81.0M 1988
90% 84% RoboCop Film Editing $49.7M 1987
62% 74% The Hitcher Film Editing $2.1M 1986
19% 28% Red Sonja Film Editing - 1985
24% 38% Conan the Destroyer Film Editing - 1984
10% 19% Amityville: The Demon Film Editing - 1983
19% 69% The Jazz Singer Film Editing - 1980
47% 71% Midway Film Editing - 1976