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Scott Millan is a four-time Oscar® winning re-recording mixer who earned his Ninth Academy Award® nomination for the twenty-forth film in the James Bond franchise, Skyfall.
Millan’s career in feature film began at Todd AO Studios where he mixed music for Steven Spielberg’s Schindler’s List, Mel Gibson’s Braveheart, and Ron Howard’s Apollo 13 – taking home his first Oscar® for the latter in 1995 – before becoming lead dialogue and music mixer, working on such critically acclaimed films as American Beauty and Gladiator – beginning a long-time collaboration with Sam Mendes on his 1999 Best Picture and winning a second Oscar® for Ridley Scott’s 2000 Best Picture.
In 2000, Millan joined Sony Picture where he mixed several highly celebrated features including Road to Perdition, The Bourne Identity, The Bourne Supremacy, Vertical Limit, and Ray – winning his third Oscar® for Taylor Hackford’s 2004 Ray Charles biopic.
Millan returned to Todd AO Studios in 2004 as Senior Vice President, collaborating once again with brilliant filmmakers on World Trade Center, Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps, Jarhead, and Revolutionary Road and winning his fourth Oscar® mixing Paul Greengrass’s 2007 The Bourne Ultimatum.
Among his myriad of honors, Scott was acknowledged by his peers and industry colleagues with the Cinema Audio Society’s highest accolade in 2013, the CAS Career Achievement Award. Millan is also the recipient of three BAFTA Awards, six Emmy Awards, three CAS Awards, one Satellite Award, and numerous other career tributes.
In addition to his many professional achievements, Millan was elected to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Board of Governors, on which he has served since 2012.