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D.M. Hemphill
DMHemphill
8 Nominations / 1 Win
Role Sound Mixer
 

D.M. Hemphill, also known as Doug Hemphill is a sound engineer with over 150 films to his credit. He has been nominated for an Academy Award 8 times, winning once.

Wins

65th Academy Awards, 1992
Best SoundThe Last of the Mohicans (shared with Chris Jenkins, Mark Smith and Simon Kaye)

Nominations

63rd Academy Awards, 1990
Best SoundDick Tracy (shared with Chris Jenkins, David E. Campbell and Thomas Causey)
65th Academy Awards, 1992
Best SoundThe Last of the Mohicans (shared with Chris Jenkins, Mark Smith and Simon Kaye)
66th Academy Awards, 1993
Best SoundGeronimo: An American Legend (shared with Chris Carpenter, Bill W. Benton and Lee Orloff)
70th Academy Awards, 1997
Best SoundAir Force One (shared with Paul Massey, Rick Kline and Keith A. Wester)
72nd Academy Awards, 1999
Best SoundThe Insider (shared with Andy Nelson and Lee Orloff)
76th Academy Awards, 2003
Best Sound MixingMaster and Commander: The Far Side of the World (shared with Paul Massey and Arthur Rochester)
78th Academy Awards, 2005
Best Sound MixingWalk the Line (shared with Paul Massey and Peter F. Kurland)
85th Academy Awards, 2012
Best Sound MixingLife of Pi (shared with Ron Bartlett and Drew Kunin)

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