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W. Peter Iliff


W. Peter Iliff was born in 1957. He is a writer and director, known for Point Break (1991), Point Break (2015) and Patriot Games (1992). See full bio »

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Known For

Point Break
Point Break Writer
(1991)
Point Break
Point Break Writer
(2015)
Patriot Games
Patriot Games Writer
(1992)
Varsity Blues
Varsity Blues Writer
(1999)

Filmography

Jump to: Writer | Director | Producer | Thanks | Self
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 2016 King Me (Short) (writer) (post-production)
 2015 Point Break (1991 screenplay, 1991 story) / (story)
 2012/I Rites of Passage (screenplay) / (story)
 2002 Varsity Blues (TV Series)
 2000 Under Suspicion (screenplay)
 1999 Varsity Blues (written by)
 1998 Blade Squad (TV Movie) (story) / (teleplay)
 1993 Tales from the Crypt (TV Series) (screenplay - 1 episode)
- Till Death Do We Part (1993) ... (screenplay)
 1992 Patriot Games (screenplay)
 1991 Point Break (screenplay) / (story)
 1990 Prayer of the Rollerboys (written by)
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Peter Iliff

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6' 4" (1.93 m)
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Peter's 1991 blockbuster "Point Break" has been made into a successful stage production aptly called "Point Break Live!", which has had great reception in Seattle, New York, Los Angeles, and San Francisco.

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