By Jennifer Armstrong
Updated April 19, 2010 at 01:37 PM EDT

Longtime film editor Dede Allen — who earned Academy Award nominations for her work on Dog Day Afternoon, Reds and Wonder Boys, among others — died Saturday at her Los Angeles home after suffering a stroke, according to The Hollywood Reporter. She was 86. She became the first editor to receive sole credit on a film in 1967 for her work on Bonnie and Clyde, which also won her an Oscar nomination. She also served as head of post-production at Warner Bros. for eight years in the ’90s. Her final project was 2008’s Fireflies in the Garden.