Audrey Marrs

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Audrey Marrs
Born Audrey Marie Marrs
(1970-06-25) June 25, 1970 (age 45)
United States
Alma mater The Evergreen State College
Occupation Film producer, CEO, musician

Audrey Marie Marrs (born June 25, 1970) is a film producer[1] and the Chief Operating Officer of Representational Pictures, Inc., and producer of No End in Sight, which is her first film. It won a Special Jury Prize for documentaries at the 2007 Sundance Film Festival. She and Charles H. Ferguson were also nominated for an Academy Award in the Best Documentary Feature film category for the film.[2]

Marrs next produced Inside Job with Ferguson, a documentary about the financial crisis of 2007-2010, which was screened at the Cannes Film Festival in May 2010. Inside Job was released by Sony Pictures Classics in October 2010 and subsequently won the Academy Award for Best Documentary (Feature).[3]

Before her film career, Marrs was a participant in the Olympia, Washington indie rock scene. Marrs graduated Tumwater High School in Tumwater, Washington in 1988.[4] She also graduated from The Evergreen State College in Olympia, Washington in 1996.[5] In 2002, Marrs was the keyboardist for the album Girls Get Busy by the punk band Bratmobile. Before that, she was a member of Mocket. Her sister Leona is also an active musician, most notably having played keyboards in Pretty Girls Make Graves until their breakup in 2007.

Marrs is also half-Japanese. Her mother, Mariko, is a native of Japan and also did set decoration for Marrs' Oscar-winning film, Inside Job.[6]


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