‘Bohemian Rhapsody’s Oscar-Winning Film Editor John Ottman Thanks Parents For Helping Him Make The Cut

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‘Bohemian Rhapsody’s Oscar-Winning Film Editor John Ottman Thanks Parents For Helping Him Make The Cut
John Ottman, who recently won his first Ace Eddie Award for 20th Century Fox’s Bohemian Rhapsody, made the cut again by winning the film editing Oscar on Sunday.

The Eddies have a long track record of predicting the Best Editing winner at the Academy Awards. Twenty-one of the past 28 Ace winners for best edited dramatic film and 10 of the past 14 have gone on to score the Oscar, including last year, when Lee Smith won for Dunkirk.

Who gets the credit? Mom and Dad. Ottman waved to his 85-year-old mother in the audience from the stage, and said his Oscar would go on his parents’ mantel “because they encouraged me to do whatever I wanted to do as a kid.”

And as a shout-out to Freddie Mercury, he quoted Eddie’s parents from the film: “Good thoughts, good words, good deeds.”

Ottman holds dual distinctions as film composer and film editor.
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