VIDEO: Fabienne Bouville, ACE on Editing Notes for "Masters of Sex"

Editor Fabienne Bouville, ACE discusses studio notes for "Masters of Sex."

Fabienne Bouville, ACE, grew up in a suburb of Paris until age 16 when she moved to Manhattan, where she attended high school, college, and grad school, as well as getting a separate degree in photojournalism. When she was done getting an education and it was time to face the mountain of debt she accumulated, she moved to Los Angeles in hot pursuit of the mighty dollar. This is where she honed her skills as an editor, starting as an assistant on reality shows and slowly finding her way through editing for all different kinds of formats. She was lucky when she landed her first job on a Ryan Murphy TV show, "Nip/Tuck," 7 years ago, giving her an entrée into the scripted world and among an exceedingly talented and dedicated group of editors. She received two Emmy nominations for her work on American Horror Story.

"Masters of Sex" is an American period drama television series that premiered on September 29, 2013, on Showtime. It was developed by Michelle Ashford and loosely based on Thomas Maier's biography Masters of Sex. Set in the 1950s and 1960s, the series tells the story of Masters and Johnson (Dr. William Masters and Virginia Johnson) who are portrayed by Michael Sheen and Lizzy Caplan. The series has received critical acclaim, including a Golden Globe Award nomination for Best Drama Series in 2013.

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