Editor Gary Roach  has worked with Clint Eastwood since 1996.   Beginning as

an apprentice on Absolute Power, Roach quickly moved up to Assistant Editor on

Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil. Fitting comfortably into Eastwood’s

small, efficient editing crew, Roach continued as an Assistant Editor on True Crime,

Space Cowboys, Blood Work, Mystic River, Million Dollar Baby, and Flags

of our Fathers.  In between productions for Malpaso, Roach found time to work

as an Assistant Editor on Catwoman for Warner Bros. 

 Roach received his first Co-Editor credit on the Eastwood-directed Piano Blues,

a segment of The Blues documentary series produced by Martin Scorsese. Roach

has continued his work on documentaries, most recently Co-Editing a film about

Tony Bennett called The Music Never Ends. 

Academy-Award nominated Letters From Iwo Jima was Roach’s first Editor

credit, which he shared with longtime Eastwood collaborator Joel Cox.  With the

directorial debut of Alison Eastwood’s Rails and Ties, Gary Roach received his

first sole Editor credit.  Roach has just recently finished Co-Editing Eastwood’s

upcoming Film Changeling and is working on another Eastwood Film that will

be released this winter called Gran Torino.