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Paul Coyne Born July 1, 1964(1964-07-01) Alma mater Fitchburg State College Occupation Film and television producer and editor Home town Milford, Massachusetts Spouse Elaine Hehir (1989-1994) her death, Sara Reddy (2009-Present) Website Paul J. Coyne (born July 1, 1964) is an American film and television editor and producer. Contents 1 Early life 2 College 3 Professional career 4 Filmography 4.1 Editor 4.2 Producer 4.3 Actor 4.4 Art Department 4.5 Writer 5 References 6 External links // Early life Coyne grew up in Milford, Massachusetts, and always thought he would someday become an artist.[1] His earliest memory is of viewing a re-release of Jay North's Zebra in the Kitchen, at the Milford Cinemas.[1] As a hobby, Coyne first picked up his mother's Bell & Howell camera when he was 10, and combined with his skills in creative writing, began making Super-8 films.[1] His childhood friend, Mark Cicciu, worked as a theater usher, allowing Coyne to repeatedly watch movies free of charge, furthering his interest in films.[1] It was not until high school, when viewing John Ford's "Drums Along the Mohawk," that Coyne realized he wanted to become a filmmaker.[1] Coyne graduated from Milford High School in 1982, and given his penchant for drawing, he was voted "Most Artistic" by his graduating class.[1] He returned to Milford High as the keynote speaker for the graduating class of 2000.[1] College Coyne attended Fitchburg State College in their film program.[1] Among Coyne's accomplishments at Fitchburg State were co-writing and editing the first feature film attempted at the school,[citation needed] as well as directing a Casablanca-inspired fundraising film for the United Way of America.[1] Coyne also made several appearances on WCVB-TV's Nightshift program, which profiled student filmmakers.[citation needed] Coyne eventually met, and soon married, fellow college student Elaine Hehir on August 12, 1989.[1] Already a super senior at Fitchburg State, Coyne and Elaine petitioned the school to allow the couple to seek a Hollywood internship, the first such attempt made by students at the college.[1][2] By the time they left for Hollywood in 1989, Coyne was only three credits short of receiving his degree.[1] He officially graduated in 2005 with sufficient credits.[1] In consideration of his successful career and other achievements, Fitchburg State honored Coyne as the Distinguished Alumnus of 2005.[3] Professional career In Hollywood, Coyne began working as an assistant editor, before moving on to editor. One of the film's Coyne edited, Dolphins: Minds in the Water, received a Silver Medal from the Student Academy Awards in the documentary category,[1][4] as well as a Cine Golden Eagle Award in the amateur pre-professional category.[5] After that, Coyne received his first feature film offer for the low budget, Misfit Patrol.[1] Just as Coyne's career was beginning to take off, Elaine was diagnosed with a malignant spinal tumor. The two returned to Massachusetts where Elaine died in 1994, at the age of 26.[1] Coyne eventually returned to Los Angeles in 1996, and continued to edit and produce documentaries, feature films and reality television shows.[1] Coyne has five art, writing, and film scholarships available annually at Milford High School, as well as "Women in Film" scholarships at Fitchburg State in honor of Elaine.[1] Coyne is also involved in working with The Jimmy Fund, a Massachusetts charity that raises money for children with cancer.[1] In 2004, Coyne and his fellow Survivor editors were nominated for an Emmy Award for Outstanding Picture Editing for Nonfiction Programming (Single or Multi-Camera) for the episode "Shark Attack". Filmography Editor Dolphins: Minds in the Water (1991) Gas Food Lodging (1992) (second assistant editor) Scared Silent: Exposing and Ending Child Abuse (1992) TV documentary (assistant editor) Last Call (1993) Misfit Patrol (1998) Feature film This Week in History (1999) TV series Big Brother (2000) The Living Century (2000) Flipped (2001) TV series The Amazing Race (2001) Ultimate Reality (2001) TV series The Bachelor (2002) Children's Miracle Network Telethon 2002 Looking for Love: Bachelorettes in Alaska (2002) TV series Music Behind Bars (2002) TV series Dear Santa (2002) TV special The Family (2003) Average Joe: Hawaii (2004) (supervising editor) Survivor (2004) Joe Schmo 2 (2004) Situation: Comedy (2005) Invasion Iowa (2005) The Mostly Unfabulous Social Life of Ethan Green (2005) American Inventor (2006) The One: Making a Music Star (2006) Raising Flagg (2006) Feature film Shaq's Big Challenge (2007) Hell's Kitchen (U.S.) (2009) The Great American Road Trip (2009) If You Really Knew Me (2010) Producer Rita Hayworth: Dancing Into the Dream (1990) (coordinating producer) Big Brother (2000) We the People (2002) (co-producer) Children's Miracle Network Telethon 2002 (executive producer) The Living Century (2000) (associate producer) Joe Schmo 2 (2004) Invasion Iowa (2005) (supervising producer) The Mostly Unfabulous Social Life of Ethan Green (2005) (co-producer) Shaq's Big Challenge (2007) (producer) (supervising producer) Homeland Security USA (2009) (supervising producer) If You Really Knew Me (2010) (executive producer) Beyond Scared Straight (2010) (co-executive producer) Actor Hoggs' Heaven (1994) (Audience Thinker) The Mostly Unfabulous Social Life of Ethan Green (2005) (NancyBoy42) Art Department The Paint Job (1992) Feature film (storyboard illustrator) Hoggs' Heaven (1994) (storyboard illustrator) Writer Children's Miracle Network Telethon 2002 References ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s Paul Coyne. "My Life in Brief". Retrieved 2009-03-26.  ^ "Fitchburg State Today" (pdf). Fitchburg State College. May 9, 2005. Retrieved 2009-03-26.  ^ "Alumni Association: Awards". Fitchburg State College. Retrieved 2009-03-26.  ^ "Student Film Award Winners" (pdf). Retrieved 2009-03-26.  ^ "1992 Cine Winner Directory" (pdf). Retrieved 2009-03-26. [dead link] External links Official website Paul Coyne at the Internet Movie Database Paul Coyne at The New York Times Persondata Name Coyne, Paul Alternative names Short description Date of birth 1964-07-01 Place of birth Date of death Place of death