Meg LeFauve is a very popular American Screenwriter. LeFauve is brought up in Ohio and she completed her studies, at Syracuse University. She began her career as a Film Producer and she was also the President of Egg Pictures and this was a Jodie Foster’s company.

She also won awards for her film, The Baby Dance. This film is about a mother whose husband is unemployed and she has four children and she gets pregnant with the fifth one. She is the Producer of ‘The Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys’, this film has many popular Hollywood actors like Jodie Foster, Kieran Culkin, and Vincent D’Onofrio.

The film ‘The Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys’, is a Comedy-Drama in which a group of friends, who study in Catholic School decided to do a Prank by making an obscene comic, but they get caught somehow and they make a plan to save themselves, and the Director of this film is Peter Care.

She also won the Spirit Award for her first feature film in the year 2003. She also worked as a mentor in the Meryl Streep Writer’s lab. She works as a consultant in Screen Australia, Film Victoria, and Screen New South Wales. She has also worked as a Mentor in Sundance Creative Producer Lab.

She is one of the Board Members at Cine Story Script lessons. She got nominated for the Academy Award for her co-writing of the film Inside Out. In the year 1999, she got nominated for the Primetime Emmy Award for her film, The Baby Dance.

She also worked with the very popular screenwriter named, Nicole Perlman in the live action film, Captain Marvel. She was also a part of the film, The Good Dinosaur. The Good Dinosaur is a 3D film about the friendship of two different species. She got nominated for the BAFTA and Chicago Film Critic Association award for screenplay.

LeFauve got married to the very popular filmmaker named Joe Forte and they also have two children named Julian and Aidan. She won the Annie Award for the film, Inside Out. She has worked with many popular writers as co-writers.

She used to teach at AFI. She was also the co-chairperson at School of Film and Television and she served the University for seven long years. She won the Annie award for her writing in the Feature Production. She also received the Film Critic Association award for Best Original Screenplay.

Nicole Perlman English Actress

Nicole Perlman

Nicole Perlman was born in the year 1980 in Boulder, Colorado. She completed her studies from NYU Tisch School Of the Arts. She is a very popular American Screenwriter. She started her career in the year 2011 and she is still contributing to the industry. She is the co-writer of amazing films like James Gunn and Guardians of the Galaxy.  Perlman studied dramatic and film writing from New York University. She was also a part of Marvel screenwriting in the year 2009. She is very much interested in science fiction, so she took up Guardians of the galaxy. She spent 2 long years to write a draft to herself into the Guardians universe. In the year 2012 American Director and writer James Gunn started directing the film. After  the huge success of the film Guardians of the galaxy, she got a lot of opportunities. Perlman is indeed an amazing writer. In the year 2015 she got the opportunity to write the script for Captain Marvel which is a live action film. In the year 2016 she started writing the script of the film Labyrinth. Labyrinth is a film about Greek Mythology and Perlman has written an amazing script . She has also written the script of Pokemon’s Detective Pikachu in the year 2016 and this was also a splendid script by her. She has also written about the very popular Thor,   which is an all-time favorite of the Indian audience as well. She has also worked on Short films like Raising a Rukus and she was also the executive producer of this film. Raising a Rukus was an amazing short film which the audience liked a lot and script plays a very important role in any film. She has written the film First Man in the year 2018 and it was about Neil Armstrong’s life who was the first one to visit the Moon. There are many films that are not released yet some of them are Black Widow, ROM, Sherlock Holmes 3. She was named as one of Variety's Magazine's Top Ten Writers to Watch for in the year 2013. She has also worked as a writer with Marvel Studios, National Geographic Films, Universal Studios, 20th Century Box and many more. Perlman is an incredible writer and she has contributed a lot to the industry.


Melissa Mathison

Melisa Mathison was an American television and a movie screenwriter. She also took part in the Tibetan movement of Freedom. The Oscar-nominated screenwriter wrote the screenplay for some movies including Steven Spielberg movies. She took birth in Los Angeles, California on 3rd June 1950. She wrote the screenplay for the Extra-Terrestrial (ET) and the Black Stallion. She won Best Writing Saturn Award for the movie Extra-Terrestrial (ET) and an Academy nomination for Best Original Screenplay. Melissa Mathison died in Los Angeles on 4th November 2015 due to Neuro Endocrine cancer. She took birth in Los Angeles on 3rd June 1950 in a family of five children. Her parents were Margaret Jean Mathison and Richard Randolph Mathison. Her father worked as bureau chief of Newsweek in Los Angeles. Her mother worked as a convenience-foods entrepreneur and a cuisine writer. As a child, Melissa went to the Providence High School. After passing out in 1968, she went to the University of California, Berkeley. She had to leave her studies at Berkeley as her family friend Francis Ford Coppola offered Melissa job of an assistant on the sets of The Godfather Part II in 1974. After her start as an assistant, she got encouraged by Coppola and started working on a script for "The Black Stallion" inspired by a 1941 novel under the same name. Her screenplay got the interest of filmmaker Steven Spielberg. In 1979, the adventure movie adaptation by Melisa and directed by Carroll Ballard got released. The Black Stallion got two Academy Award nominations, a Golden Globe nomination and a British Academy Award nomination. This film brought Melissa into the limelight. In 1982, she wrote the screenplay of the Extra-Terrestrial (ET). The science-fiction movie became a Steven Spielberg directorial and turned out into a blockbuster. The movie is the highest earning film in the 1980’s. ET is considered one of the best movies ever made and got nominated for Oscars in the category of Best Original Screenplay. In 1983, she married Henry Ford; they had two children, Georgia and Malcolm, the duo split up in 2004. She wrote screenplays for several other movies including The Indian in the Cupboard released in 1995. In 1997, she collaborated with Martin Scorsese to write the screenplay for Kundun. Melisa had known Dalai Lama from 1990, and that inspired her to write Kundun, the biographical film about his holiness got released in 1997. The BFG marked her final movie with Steven Spielberg; the Roald Dahl’s book adaptation became a movie in her name as she died of Neuro Endocrine cancer in 2015.

Melissa Mathison English Actress