Alan Robert Murray Cause of Death Alan Robert Murray, the administering sound editorial manager and long-term partner with Clint Eastwood who acquired Oscars for his work on the chief’s American Sniper and Letters to Iwo Jima, kicked the bucket Wednesday in Los Angeles, sources told The Hollywood Reporter. He was 66.
Last year, Murray set a sound-altering record with his tenth vocation Academy Award assignment, for Todd Phillips’ Joker. His initial two noms came for his commitments to Richard Donner’s Ladyhawke (1985) and Lethal Weapon 2 (1989). Murray additionally got Oscar noms for the Eastwood-helmed films Space Cowboys (2000), Flags of Our Fathers (2006) and Sully (2016) and for Chuck Russell’s Eraser (1996) and Denis Villeneuve’s Sicario (2015).
He chipped away at 32 movies coordinated by Eastwood, from Escape From Alcatraz (1979) to Richard Jewell (2019), in a stretch that additionally incorporated the best picture champs Unforgiven (1992) and Million Dollar Baby (2004).
What’s more, he banded together with Eastwood on a few other films that the Hollywood legend delivered and additionally featured in, including Any Which Way You Can (1980), Tightrope (1984), The Dead Pool (1988), and Trouble With the Curve (2012).
Eastwood “has consistently been one who allows the craftsmen to bring what they can to the table,” Murray said behind the stage at the Oscars after his success for American Sniper (2014). “He gives you explicit notes yet allows you to make all alone. Furthermore, he regards the craftsmen on his group.”
Murray imparted his Oscars to individual administering sound editorial manager Bub Asman; they cooperated on in excess of 50 movies.