From production company executive ... to running her own management company ... to producer, Tracie Graham has made her place in the motion picture industry. She was Vice President of Production at Motion Picture Corporation of America (MPCA) where she Co-Produced and line produced many films including, New Line Cinema’s box office success Dumb and Dumber starring Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels, as well as Threesome starring Lara Flynn Boyle and The War At Home starring Martin Sheen and Oscar winner Kathy Bates.
Graham has also served as a production executive at Chanticleer Films. During her tenure there, she produced films for the Showtime series 30-Minute Movies, many of which were nominated for Academy Awards. She produced the motion picture Phoenix for Lakeshore Entertainment which starred Ray Liota, Anjelica Huston, Anthony LaPaglia and Brittany Murphy, as well as Windtalkers, a World War II drama for MGM directed by the critically acclaimed John Woo that starred Academy Award winner Nicolas Cage.
Tracie has various projects in various stages of development including Darksiders, a franchise-type action-thriller which is set up at New Line and Bad Men aka Sanctuary, a supernatural thriller which is set up at Lionsgate.
Tracie Graham (BA 2007) began her collegiate career here at California State University, Northridge where she majored in film production in the Department of Radio-Television-Film. Her studies were cut a little short as she made an early entrance into the entertainment industry. Tracie returned to CSUN and finished all requirements for her Bachelor of Arts degree in Cinema and Television Arts with a film production emphasis.