Film and TV editor Sheila Amos died July 11 in New York of leukemia. She was 63.
The New York native moved to Los Angeles in the 1970s and worked on sitcoms including “Cheers” and “Mad About You,” earning Emmy noms for both. Amos also worked on “Hearts Afire,” “Frasier” and the short-lived “The Fighting Fitzgeralds,” among other series. In film, she edited Paul Reiser’s “The Thing About My Folks.”
In 2007, Amos moved to Woodstock, N.Y, where she worked for photog Elliott Landy and reviewed films for the Woodstock Film Festival.
There were no immediate survivors.