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Jon Koslowsky is an editor who worked as editor on the three Star Trek: The Next Generation second season episodes "The Icarus Factor", "Samaritan Snare", and "The Emissary" and in the editorial department of the episode "The Outrageous Okona". His name appeared in an okudagram reference in the episode "The Outrageous Okona", where he was listed as a noted comedian.

Koslowsky's other credits as editor include the drama Seed of Innocence (1980), the comedy Shifshuf Naim (1981), the thriller Hospital Massacre (1982), the television series Hart to Hart (1982-1983), Mission: Impossible (1989), Quantum Leap (1990-1991, starring Scott Bakula and Dean Stockwell), and Go West (1993), the television movies Hercules: The Legendary Journeys - Hercules and the Lost Kingdom (1994), Hercules: The Legendary Journeys - Hercules and the Circle of Fire (1994), and Crowfoot (1995), the thriller Kleptomania (1995), the television series JAG (1995), Profiler (1996-1997), Pretender (2000), and Ally McBeal (2000), the television movies The Pretender 2001 (2001, with Harve Presnell) and The Pretender: Island of the Haunted (2001, with Harve Presnell), and the television series Crossing Jordan (2001-2005), NCIS: Naval Criminal Investigative Service (2005-2006), Law & Order: Criminal Intent (2006), Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (2007), and Heroes (2007-2010).

Beside his work as an editor on The Pretender, he also worked as producer during its last season in 2000 and as director. Koslowsky was also the supervising producer on the television sequel film The Pretender: Island of the Haunted in 2001. Koslowsky won two Emmy Awards in the category Outstanding Individual Achievement in Editing for a Series - Single Camera Production for his work: In 1993 for the Quantum Leap episode "Lee Harvey Oswald" and in 1996 for the JAG pilot episode. In 1993 he won an Eddie from the American Cinema Editors for Best Edited One Hour Series for Television for the Quantum Leap episode "A Sonf for the Soul" and in 1996 he received an Eddie nomination for Best Edited Motion Picture for Commercial Television for the JAG pilot episode.

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