Mallory Schwartz

Mallory Schwartz is a Los Angeles based television and film creative producer.

Schwartz began her career with Broadway Video working on 30 Rock, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, and Saturday Night Live. She then went on to actor Alec Baldwin’s El Dorado Pictures, first assisting and eventually producing and running development. Schwartz oversaw a robust slate of television projects under first-look deals with Universal Television and ABC Studios,

serving as EP for ABC’s reboot of Match Game, The Alec Baldwin Show, and TruTV’s Love Ride, among others.

After her departure from El Dorado, Schwartz produced the independent film Before You Know It, written by Jen Tullock and Hannah Pearl Utt, and directed by Utt, starring Judith Light, Mandy Patinkin. The film premiered to rave reviews at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival and was picked up for distribution by 1091 Media. She and Utt are collaborating again on Utt’s second feature, Cora Bora starring Megan Stalter, currently in post production.

In 2021, Schwartz helped build a traditional development arm for YouTube creators Rhett & Links’ Mythical Entertainment as their first ever VP, Film & TV Development. Schwartz was tapped in 2022 by Echo Films to Supervise Produce the 3rd season of The Morning Show for AppleTV+. She was a 2016 Sundance Institute Creative Producing Fellow and selected as a participant in

2017 Sundance Institute Catalyst Women Initiative. Schwartz is a graduate of NYU Tisch School of the Arts.