Peter Meech has had an international career as a writer, director and producer for television and film. He wrote for German television for two years and produced a movie in Japan with Robbie Robertson called Jenifa, starring Japan’s heart-throb Takayuki Yamada and Odessa Rae. In 2010 he wrote, directed and co-produced an award-winning short film, Winner: Best Short Film, starring Kevin Farley and John Farley. The film headlined film festivals around the world and was invited by Michael Moore to appear in his invitation-only Traverse City Film Festival. Peter has been much in demand as a script doctor for feature films. His North American television credits include HBO’s The Adventures of Tintin (for which he was also voice talent), Emily of New Moon, Masked Rider, VR Troopers, Ready or Not, and Robert Halmi's Dracula: The Series. His 2007 memoir, Mysteries of the Life Force: My Apprenticeship with a Chi Kung Master, has been translated into several languages. He received a Master’s degree at Stanford where he won a full scholarship and received the Stanford Nicholl writing award. He is a member of the Writer's Guild of America, the Animation Caucus of the WGA, the Writer's Guild of Canada, the British Academy of Film and Television and the Screen Actor's Guild.
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