Arthur Coburn

Arthur Coburn's recent projects include the Sam Raimi's films SPIDER-MAN and THE GIFT starring Cate Blanchett and Hilary Swank and A SIMPLE PLAN starring Billy Bob Thornton and Bill Paxton. Coburn's other film credits include: FOR THE LOVE OF THE GAME starring Kevin Costner; THE BREAKUP directed by Paul Marcus and starring Bridget Fonda and Kiefer Sutherland; A PRICE ABOVE RUBIES directed by Boaz Yakin starring Renée Zellweger; DANGEROUS BEAUTY directed by Marshall Herskovitz; SUNSET PARK directed by Steve Gomer; THE MASK starring Jim Carrey directed by Chuck Russell; and AMERICAN ME starring Edward James Olmos. Coburn also edited DOMENICK AND EUGENE starring Tom Hulce and Ray Liotta; TRIUMPH OF THE SPIRIT starring Willem Dafoe and Robert Loggia; THE BALLAD OF GREGORIO CORTEZ starring Edward James Olmos; and EXTREMITIES starring Farrah Fawcett. Coburn graduated from Dartmouth College and he received a law degree from Harvard Law School.

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