Tracie Laymon

Screenwriter, Film crewmember


Who is Tracie Laymon?

Tracie Laymon is a screenwriter, producer and film director. Laymon was raised in Houston, Texas, and studied film at the University of Texas at Austin. She began her film career with work in the Texas area, and several of her music videos and short films were recognized with film festival awards. She served in film production capacities in multiple movies, including Matchstick Men in 2003 and The Alamo in 2004. Laymon moved to California in 2005, and continued film production work there, serving as production assistant on films The Ringer in 2005 and Blades of Glory in 2007. Her short film Inside premiered in 2009 at the Milan International Film Festival in Milan, Italy, and won the award in "Best Short Film" from the Women's Image Network. She also directed the first ever half-hour comedy for the internet entitled "Goodnight Burbank", which premiered on in April 2011 and was personally acquired by Mark Cuban that same day. The shows then aired on Cuban's HDNet in the fall of 2011. Her most recent short film "A Hidden Agender" received the Jury Award for Best Dark Comedy at the Houston International Film Festival in 2012.

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on July 23, 2013


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