|Born||1954 (age 64–65)|
|Occupation||Screenwriter, director, producer|
Meyjes moved to the United States in 1972 and studied at San Francisco Art Institute. He was nominated for several awards for his screenplay to the 1985 film The Color Purple, adapted from the novel by Alice Walker. In 1989 he gained recognition for cowriting Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade with George Lucas and winning a Goya Award for El Sueño del mono loco.
He attended San Francisco Art Institute; there he studied with George Kuchar, James Broughton, and Larry Jordan.
|1985||Amazing Stories||No||Yes||Episode 'The Mission'|
|The Color Purple||No||Yes|
|1989||Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade||No||Story|
|1994||Foreign Student||No||Yes||Also co-producer|
Uncredited written works:
- "Menno Meyjes". The New York Times.
- Stephen Holden (2002-12-27). "Hitler Before the Führer: An Anxious Young Painter". The New York Times.
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