Peter Meech was born in Toronto, is a citizen of the United States and Canada, and received a Master's degree in Communications from Stanford University, where he won a Stanford Nicol award for writing. He currently is a writer, director and producer. Peter has served as a script doctor on several feature films. He has written for a variety of television shows, including Emily of New Moon, Masked Rider, VR Troopers, Ready or Not, The Adventures of Tintin, and Robert Halmi's Dracula: The Series. He also provided the voice of the Radio Announcer on the Tintin series. Peter spent two years writing for German television. He also worked in Japan, producing a Japanese movie with Robbie Robertson entitled Jenifa, starring Jennifer Holmes and Takayuki Yamada, which premiered in Tokyo in May, 2004. In 2007 he had a memoir published,Mysteries of the Life Force: My Apprenticeship with a Chi Kung Master (ISBN 978-1-59181-055-1), which has been translated into Dutch (Ankh-Hermes) and German (Random House). In 2010 he wrote, directed and co-produced an award -winning short comedy "Winner: Best Short Film", starring Kevin Farley and John Farley. 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. Peter currently has several projects in development. He lives in Los Angeles and Toronto.