Tony Lenny
Lenny in a 1983 Behind the Scenes look at "Terrahawks"
Full Name Anthony Lenny
Born May 29, 1941
Uxbridge, Middlesex, England, UK
Died 1990 (aged 48)
South Africa
Occupation Sound Editor, Director
Years Active 1964-1990

Tony Lenny G.B.F.E (1941-1990) was an English sound effects editor. Lenny was the Supervising editor and Sound Editor for the English adaptation of Star Fleet. To add to the series' Gerry Anderson connections, Tony Lenny was a sound editor for Thunderbirds in 1965, alongside Brian Hickin, and would go on to edit and direct Terrahawks in 1983. Also notably he was a foley editor for the 1981 film An American Werewolf in London.

As the original Japanese music and effects track had quality issues, Lenny was responsible for reconstructing the Sound Effects track for Star Fleet, utilizing sound effects tracks from Gerry Anderson's Space: 1999 among other series along with music-less bits of the Japanese soundtrack.

After his work on Terrahawks, Lenny moved to South Africa, where he got a job with a broadcasting company. He died of cancer in 1990, with his last sound editing credit being in 1990 with Bullseye!.


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