Padraic McKinley began his career in film as a music editor for renowned film editor William Anderson, A.C.E. After successful collaborations with Mr. Anderson including Paramount Pictures’ THE TRUMAN SHOW, Mr. McKinley began editing music videos, commercials, and title sequences for The Picture Company in Dublin, Ireland. He has since cut 13 feature films and over 75 episodes of television. Mr. McKinley’s first feature film as an editor was the 2002 critically acclaimed IGBY GOES DOWN for United Artists, collaborating with director Burr Steers for their first of four films together including the 2009 hit comedy 17 AGAIN for New Line Cinema, Universal Pictures’ 2010 romantic drama CHARLIE ST.CLOUD, and this year’s action-comedy PRIDE and PREJUDICE and ZOMBIES for Sony Pictures/Screen Gems. Mr. McKinley also has a long-standing cinematic relationship with director Gary Fleder, having collaborated on seven television pilots together and two feature films: Universal Pictures’ 2012 biographical sports drama THE EXPRESS and the 2014 action thriller HOMEFRONT for Open Road films. Mr. McKinley’s other film credits include the 2004 remake of ALFIE (Paramount Pictures), directed by Charles Shyer; the political drama BORDERTOWN (THINKfilm), directed by Gregory Nava; and the action film WILD CARD (Lionsgate) directed by Simon West. Television credits include such notable shows as THE SHIELD, DEXTER, LIFE ON MARS, LIE TO ME, OCTOBER ROAD, and the critically acclaimed drama KINGDOM for DirecTv. Mr. McKinley acts as the main editor on KINGDOM, having edited all 30 episodes to date. He is also the music editor, co-music supervisor, and co-producer of the show.