Floyd Mutrux

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Floyd Mutrux
Other names Charles Floyd Mutrux
Occupation Writer and director

Floyd Mutrux (born June 21, 1941) is an American stage and film director, writer, producer, and screenwriter.

Career[edit]

He began his work in Hollywood as an uncredited writer for Two-Lane Blacktop (1971). His career continued with The Christian Licorice Store (1971; writer/producer), Dusty and Sweets McGee (1971; writer, producer and director) and Freebie and the Bean (1974; story and executive producer). He wrote and directed Aloha, Bobby and Rose (1975) and The Hollywood Knights (1980). Mutrux also directed American Hot Wax (1978). His later work includes Dick Tracy (1990; executive producer), American Me (1992; writer/executive producer), Blood in Blood Out (1993; screenplay), There Goes My Baby (1994; writer/director) and Mulholland Falls (1996; story).

For musical theatre, Mutrux wrote Million Dollar Quartet (2010)[1][2][3] and Baby It's You! (2009).[4][5][6][7]

Personal life[edit]

Mutrux studied in New York while working at Second City, Chicago, and later attended Columbia University.[8]

He married Penny Long, with whom he had one son, Ashley,[9] but they later divorced. He is now married to Brigitte Mutrux.[8]

References[edit]

External links[edit]