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18 June 1941|
Cambridge, England, UK
Paul Mayersberg was born on 18 June 1941 in Cambridge, England, UK. He is a writer and director and was the film critic for Movie magazine in the early 1960s and author of 1968 film book Hollywood, The Haunted House.
He received a nomination for Best Motion Picture in 2001 at the Edgar Awards for Croupier (1998 film).
|2011||The Master of Farnow||(screenplay)|
|1999||The Intruder||(additional writing)|
|1990||The Last Samurai||(writer)|
|1989||Return from the River Kwai||(screenplay)|
|1987||The Man Who Fell to Earth||(TV theatrical photoplay)|
|Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence||(screenplay)|
|1976||The Man Who Fell to Earth (1976 film)||(writer)|
|1972||Siddhartha (film)||(associate writer)|
|1964||The Tomb of Ligeia||(Uncredited)|
|1990||The Last Samurai (1990 film)|
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