Mutrux studied art history at UCLA and, upon graduating, began her career in the film business. She served as associate producer on two films for director Ulu Grosbard: STRAIGHT TIME, starring Dustin Hoffman, and TRUE CONFESSIONS. Hoffman then recruited Mutrux to associate produce Barry Levinson's multi-Academy Award-winning RAIN MAN, after which she joined Levinson's production company Baltimore Pictures.
At Baltimore, Mutrux developed and co-produced Robert Redford's Academy Award-nominated QUIZ SHOW and Mike Newell's acclaimed DONNIE BRASCO. There, she also developed and produced the Peabody Award-winning television series Homicide: Life on the Street, which ran for seven seasons on NBC. Mutrux is a board member of IFP/Los Angeles.
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