Marc Wiltshire is a TV and Film Editor, passionate about storytelling. Most recently, he’s edited several episodes on season 3 of Hulu’s Wu-Tang: An American Saga, including the first-ever episode written and directed by Co-Creator The RZA, and season 2 of Peacock’s Bel-Air, including the Season Premiere and Finale. As an editor, he is committed to making bold choices, protecting the story, and bringing the best version of the director's vision to life.
Throughout his career, Marc has worked on an impressive list of acclaimed productions, including Emmy and Eddie award-winning Hacks, NAACP-nominated Our Kind of People, Lee Daniels’ Star, the First Run Film Festival award-winner Oakland in Blue, and Fantasia Film Festival winner Bullshit.
Marc discovered his passion for editing while working on his first short film on a 16mm Steenbeck editing machine. While Marc pursued his MFA degree in Film & TV Production at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts, he wrote and directed several short films, including award-winner My Avatar, which premiered at the Fantasia Film Festival. Originally from Montreal, Canada, Marc has also lived in Italy, Scotland, Singapore, Vietnam and Japan. He currently resides in Los Angeles with his wife and daughter.