Edward George Burling Joseph
Born (1945-06-05) 5 June 1945 (age 77)
OccupationSound engineer
Years active1981-present

Eddy Joseph (born on 5 June 1945) is a British sound engineer.[1]

Early life and education

He was born in 1945, the son of a film producer Edward Joseph and was educated at Abingdon School from 1957 until 1962.[2]


Eddy began work with Baker and Todman Accountants[2] before joining the film industry in 1967 and became a sound editor in 1981.[3]


In 1982 he won the BAFTA award for Best Sound, for Pink Floyd's 'The Wall'. In 2006 he repeated the earlier success by winning the BAFTA award for Best Sound once again, this time for Casino Royale.[4][5]


He has received a further six BAFTA nominations

In addition he has also received 16 MPSE Motion Picture Sound Editors of America nominations.

See also


  1. ^ "Eddy Joseph profile". IMDb.
  2. ^ a b "OA Notes" (PDF). The Abingdonian.
  3. ^ "Retired Members". The Association of Motion Picture Sound.
  4. ^ "Sound Editing Legend Eddy Joseph back to the TG FEST 2016". FEST.
  5. ^ "Eddy Joseph Reveals The Secrets of Sound-Editing". Cinemajam.com.
  6. ^ "Film in 1992". BAFTA.
  7. ^ "Film in 1997". BAFTA.
  8. ^ "Film in 2004". BAFTA.
  9. ^ "Film in 2004". BAFTA.
  10. ^ "Film in 2007". BAFTA.
  11. ^ "Film in 2009". BAFTA.