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Tony "Mopar" Ciccone (June 14, 1960) is an American film editor. A onetime actor and rock drummer, he is known for his creative energy and feel for pacing. Sometimes referred to as "The John Bonham of editing" due in part to his love of music, motorcycles and fast cars. A serious motorcycle accident while editing on Mission: Impossible 2 kept him off the film in its final stage and put Ciccone on physical disability for almost a year. This prevented him from capitalizing on his sophomore effort as co-picture editor of the highest grossing film of 2000. Other credits include, Domino (film), Illegal Tender, Hisss, and Sleeping Dogs (video game). He's one of the best in the business and is the most reliable and trustworthy editors in the film industry. With his generous personality and loyalt

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  • Tony "Mopar" Ciccone (June 14, 1960) is an American film editor. A onetime actor and rock drummer, he is known for his creative energy and feel for pacing. Sometimes referred to as "The John Bonham of editing" due in part to his love of music, motorcycles and fast cars. A serious motorcycle accident while editing on Mission: Impossible 2 kept him off the film in its final stage and put Ciccone on physical disability for almost a year. This prevented him from capitalizing on his sophomore effort as co-picture editor of the highest grossing film of 2000. Other credits include, Domino (film), Illegal Tender, Hisss, and Sleeping Dogs (video game). He's one of the best in the business and is the most reliable and trustworthy editors in the film industry. With his generous personality and loyalt
  • Tony "Mopar" Ciccone (June 14, 1960) is an American film editor. A onetime actor and rock drummer, he is known for his creative energy and feel for pacing. Sometimes referred to as "The John Bonham of editing" due in part to his love of music, motorcycles and fast cars. A serious motorcycle accident while editing on Mission: Impossible 2 kept him off the film in its final stage and put Ciccone on physical disability for almost a year. This prevented him from capitalizing on his sophomore effort as co-picture editor of the highest-grossing film of 2000. Other credits include, Domino (film), Illegal Tender, Hisss, and Sleeping Dogs (video game). He's worked with famed actor Tom Cruise as well as many directors such as Ridley Scott and Tony Scott, as well as assisting with other editors such
  • Tony "Mopar" Ciccone (June 14, 1960) is an American film editor. A onetime actor and rock drummer, he is known for his creative energy and feel for pacing. Sometimes referred to as "The John Bonham of editing" due in part to his love of music, motorcycles and fast cars. A serious motorcycle accident while editing on Mission: Impossible 2 kept him off the film in its final stage and put Ciccone on physical disability for almost a year. This prevented him from capitalizing on his sophomore effort as co-picture editor of the highest-grossing film of 2000. Other credits include, Domino (film), Illegal Tender, Hisss, and Sleeping Dogs (video game). Notable collaborators include; actor Tom Cruise, Acadmy Award-winning composer Hans Zimmer, as well as directors Ridley Scott and the late Tony Scot
  • Tony "Mopar" Ciccone (June 14, 1960) is an American film editor, actor and rock drummer. A serious motorcycle accident while editing on Mission: Impossible 2 kept him off the film in its final stage and put Ciccone on physical disability for almost a year. This prevented him from capitalizing on his sophomore effort as co-picture editor of the highest-grossing film of 2000. Other credits include, Domino (film), Illegal Tender, Hisss, and Sleeping Dogs (video game).
  • Tony Ciccone (June 14, 1960) is an American film editor, actor and rock drummer. A serious motorcycle accident while editing on Mission: Impossible 2 kept him off the film in its final stage and put Ciccone on physical disability for almost a year. This prevented him from capitalizing on his sophomore effort as co-picture editor of the highest-grossing film of 2000. Other credits include, Domino (film), Illegal Tender, Hisss, and Sleeping Dogs (video game).
  • Tony Ciccone (June 14, 1960) is an American film editor, actor and rock drummer. A serious motorcycle accident while editing on Mission: Impossible 2 kept him off the film in its final stage and put Ciccone on physical disability for almost a year. This prevented him from capitalizing on his sophomore effort as co-picture editor of the highest-grossing film of 2000. His next project would be Jerry Bruckheimer produced Pearl Harbor (film). He followed with another Bruckheimer produced film, Bad Company (film) which co-starred Anthony Hopkins whom he also worked with on Mission:Impossible-2. Other credits include, Domino (film), Illegal Tender, Hisss, and as an editorial consultant on Sleeping Dogs (video game), Oculus and CNN TV documentary series , produced by Ridley Scott.
  • Tony Ciccone (June 14, 1960) is an American film editor, actor and rock drummer. A serious motorcycle accident while editing on Mission: Impossible 2 kept him off the film in its final stage and put Ciccone on physical disability for almost a year. This prevented him from capitalizing on his sophomore effort as co-picture editor of the highest-grossing film of 2000. His next project would be the #6 top grossing film of 2001, Jerry Bruckheimer produced Pearl Harbor (film). He followed with another Bruckheimer produced film, Bad Company (film) which co-starred Anthony Hopkins whom he also worked with on Mission:Impossible-2. Other credits include, Domino (film), Illegal Tender, Hisss, and as an editorial consultant on Sleeping Dogs (video game), Oculus and CNN TV documentary series , produce
  • Tony Ciccone (June 14, 1960) is an American film editor, actor and rock drummer. Body of work currently includes; 16 films as an editor, totally a domestic box office gross of $847,257,098, 2 music videos and 11 TV shows during a career spanning over 30 years. An actor early in his career, Ciccone is best known as a picture editor. A serious motorcycle accident while editing on Mission: Impossible 2 kept him off the film in its final stage and put Ciccone on physical disability for almost a year. This prevented him from capitalizing on his sophomore effort as co-picture editor of the highest-grossing film of 2000. His next project would be the #6 top-grossing film of 2001; Pearl Harbor (film) produced by Jerry Bruckheimer and directed by Michael Bay. He followed with another Bruckheimer pr
  • Tony Ciccone (June 14, 1960) is an American film editor, actor and rock drummer. An actor early in his career, Ciccone is best known as a picture editor. A serious motorcycle accident while editing on Mission: Impossible 2 kept him off the film in its final stage and put Ciccone on physical disability for almost a year. This prevented him from capitalizing on his sophomore effort as co-picture editor of the highest-grossing film of 2000. His next project would be the #6 top-grossing film of 2001; Pearl Harbor (film) produced by Jerry Bruckheimer and directed by Michael Bay. He followed with another Bruckheimer produced film, Bad Company (film), directed by Joel Schumacher. The film co-starred Anthony Hopkins whom Ciccone also worked with on Mission:Impossible-2. This was followed by Domino
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  • Tony "Mopar" Ciccone (June 14, 1960) is an American film editor. A onetime actor and rock drummer, he is known for his creative energy and feel for pacing. Sometimes referred to as "The John Bonham of editing" due in part to his love of music, motorcycles and fast cars. A serious motorcycle accident while editing on Mission: Impossible 2 kept him off the film in its final stage and put Ciccone on physical disability for almost a year. This prevented him from capitalizing on his sophomore effort as co-picture editor of the highest grossing film of 2000. Other credits include, Domino (film), Illegal Tender, Hisss, and Sleeping Dogs (video game). He's one of the best in the business and is the most reliable and trustworthy editors in the film industry. With his generous personality and loyalty, combined with his talents, he's always a reliable worker He's worked with famed actor Tom Cruise as well as many directors such as Ridley and Tony Scott, as well as assisting with other editors such as Jason Ballentine (It, 2017) Tony Ciccone also has a daughter named Gianna, born in 2003.
  • Tony "Mopar" Ciccone (June 14, 1960) is an American film editor. A onetime actor and rock drummer, he is known for his creative energy and feel for pacing. Sometimes referred to as "The John Bonham of editing" due in part to his love of music, motorcycles and fast cars. A serious motorcycle accident while editing on Mission: Impossible 2 kept him off the film in its final stage and put Ciccone on physical disability for almost a year. This prevented him from capitalizing on his sophomore effort as co-picture editor of the highest-grossing film of 2000. Other credits include, Domino (film), Illegal Tender, Hisss, and Sleeping Dogs (video game). He's worked with famed actor Tom Cruise as well as many directors such as Ridley Scott and Tony Scott, as well as assisting with other editors such as Jason Ballentine (It, 2017). Tony Ciccone also has a daughter named Gianna, born in 2003.
  • Tony "Mopar" Ciccone (June 14, 1960) is an American film editor. A onetime actor and rock drummer, he is known for his creative energy and feel for pacing. Sometimes referred to as "The John Bonham of editing" due in part to his love of music, motorcycles and fast cars. A serious motorcycle accident while editing on Mission: Impossible 2 kept him off the film in its final stage and put Ciccone on physical disability for almost a year. This prevented him from capitalizing on his sophomore effort as co-picture editor of the highest-grossing film of 2000. Other credits include, Domino (film), Illegal Tender, Hisss, and Sleeping Dogs (video game). Notable collaborators include; actor Tom Cruise, Acadmy Award-winning composer Hans Zimmer, as well as directors Ridley Scott and the late Tony Scott.
  • Tony "Mopar" Ciccone (June 14, 1960) is an American film editor, actor and rock drummer. A serious motorcycle accident while editing on Mission: Impossible 2 kept him off the film in its final stage and put Ciccone on physical disability for almost a year. This prevented him from capitalizing on his sophomore effort as co-picture editor of the highest-grossing film of 2000. Other credits include, Domino (film), Illegal Tender, Hisss, and Sleeping Dogs (video game).
  • Tony Ciccone (June 14, 1960) is an American film editor, actor and rock drummer. A serious motorcycle accident while editing on Mission: Impossible 2 kept him off the film in its final stage and put Ciccone on physical disability for almost a year. This prevented him from capitalizing on his sophomore effort as co-picture editor of the highest-grossing film of 2000. Other credits include, Domino (film), Illegal Tender, Hisss, and Sleeping Dogs (video game).
  • Tony Ciccone (June 14, 1960) is an American film editor, actor and rock drummer. A serious motorcycle accident while editing on Mission: Impossible 2 kept him off the film in its final stage and put Ciccone on physical disability for almost a year. This prevented him from capitalizing on his sophomore effort as co-picture editor of the highest-grossing film of 2000. His next project would be Jerry Bruckheimer produced Pearl Harbor (film). He followed with another Bruckheimer produced film, Bad Company (film) which co-starred Anthony Hopkins whom he also worked with on Mission:Impossible-2. Other credits include, Domino (film), Illegal Tender, Hisss, and as an editorial consultant on Sleeping Dogs (video game), Oculus and CNN TV documentary series , produced by Ridley Scott.
  • Tony Ciccone (June 14, 1960) is an American film editor, actor and rock drummer. A serious motorcycle accident while editing on Mission: Impossible 2 kept him off the film in its final stage and put Ciccone on physical disability for almost a year. This prevented him from capitalizing on his sophomore effort as co-picture editor of the highest-grossing film of 2000. His next project would be the #6 top grossing film of 2001, Jerry Bruckheimer produced Pearl Harbor (film). He followed with another Bruckheimer produced film, Bad Company (film) which co-starred Anthony Hopkins whom he also worked with on Mission:Impossible-2. Other credits include, Domino (film), Illegal Tender, Hisss, and as an editorial consultant on Sleeping Dogs (video game), Oculus and CNN TV documentary series , produced by Ridley Scott.
  • Tony Ciccone (June 14, 1960) is an American film editor, actor and rock drummer. Body of work currently includes; 16 films as an editor, totally a domestic box office gross of $847,257,098, 2 music videos and 11 TV shows during a career spanning over 30 years. An actor early in his career, Ciccone is best known as a picture editor. A serious motorcycle accident while editing on Mission: Impossible 2 kept him off the film in its final stage and put Ciccone on physical disability for almost a year. This prevented him from capitalizing on his sophomore effort as co-picture editor of the highest-grossing film of 2000. His next project would be the #6 top-grossing film of 2001; Pearl Harbor (film) produced by Jerry Bruckheimer and directed by Michael Bay. He followed with another Bruckheimer produced film, Bad Company (film), directed by Joel Schumacher. The film co-starred Anthony Hopkins whom Ciccone also worked with on Mission:Impossible-2. This was followed by Domino (film), directed by Tony Scott, Illegal Tender and The Ministers both directed by Franc. Reyes, and Hindi-language film Hisss directed by Jennifer Chambers Lynch. Ciccone sometimes specialized as an editorial consultant; most notably breaking new ground when hired by video-game giant Activision and United Front Games to help with the visual identity and animations on what would become Sleeping Dogs (video game). Other editorial consulting includes; Oculus and eight part CNN TV documentary series , produced by Ridley Scott. Enough people on Facebook have expressed an interest in Ciccone that Facebook has created an unofficial page on his behalf
  • Tony Ciccone (June 14, 1960) is an American film editor, actor and rock drummer. Body of work currently includes; 16 films as an editor, totally a domestic box office gross of $847,257,098, 2 music videos and 11 TV shows during a career spanning over 30 years. An actor early in his career, Ciccone is best known as a picture editor. A serious motorcycle accident while editing on Mission: Impossible 2 kept him off the film in its final stage and put Ciccone on physical disability for almost a year. This prevented him from capitalizing on his sophomore effort as co-picture editor of the highest-grossing film of 2000. His next project would be the #6 top-grossing film of 2001; Pearl Harbor (film) produced by Jerry Bruckheimer and directed by Michael Bay. He followed with another Bruckheimer produced film, Bad Company (film), directed by Joel Schumacher. The film co-starred Anthony Hopkins whom Ciccone also worked with on Mission:Impossible-2. This was followed by Domino (film), directed by Tony Scott, Illegal Tender and The Ministers both directed by Franc. Reyes, and Hindi-language film Hisss directed by Jennifer Chambers Lynch. Ciccone sometimes specialized as an editorial consultant; most notably breaking new ground when hired by video-game giant Activision and United Front Games to help with the visual identity and animations on what would become Sleeping Dogs (video game). Other editorial consulting includes; Oculus and eight part CNN TV documentary series , produced by Ridley Scott.
  • Tony Ciccone (June 14, 1960) is an American film editor, actor and rock drummer. An actor early in his career, Ciccone is best known as a picture editor. A serious motorcycle accident while editing on Mission: Impossible 2 kept him off the film in its final stage and put Ciccone on physical disability for almost a year. This prevented him from capitalizing on his sophomore effort as co-picture editor of the highest-grossing film of 2000. His next project would be the #6 top-grossing film of 2001; Pearl Harbor (film) produced by Jerry Bruckheimer and directed by Michael Bay. He followed with another Bruckheimer produced film, Bad Company (film), directed by Joel Schumacher. The film co-starred Anthony Hopkins whom Ciccone also worked with on Mission:Impossible-2. This was followed by Domino (film), directed by Tony Scott, Illegal Tender and The Ministers both directed by Franc. Reyes, and Hindi-language film Hisss directed by Jennifer Chambers Lynch. Ciccone was hired by video-game giant Activision and United Front Games to help with the visual identity and animations on what would become Sleeping Dogs (video game). Other editorial consulting includes; Oculus and eight part CNN TV documentary series , produced by Ridley Scott.
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