Louis C.K.'s New 'Louie' Editor Susan E. Morse Compares Him to Her Old Boss, Woody Allen
After two seasons of writing, directing, shooting and editing his TV show Louie, Louis C.K. has finally given over one of those many reins to somebody else. Veteran editor Susan E. Morse (Manhattan, Hannah and her Sisters) has been brought in to cut the third season of the show.
Says Morse of her first foray into television, "There is a similarity to my old days with Woody in the sense that Louis is given a similar sort of freedom to what Woody was given by studios. FX is very supportive of Louis. There’s a lot of confidence in his sensibilities. You don’t have an outside voice coming in and interfering with the process of just making something work. That’s, unto itself, less of an adjustment for me than it otherwise would’ve been. But yes, I do feel very lucky that my introduction to working in television is with Louie."
Read the full interview here on Vulture.