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DAVID KOEPP (Writer/Director) was born and raised in the small town of Pewaukee, Wisconsin. He moved to Los Angeles to attend film school at UCLA and recently relocated again, to New York City, with his wife and two children. He is thirty-six.

Koepp has been a screenwriter since 1988, when he co-wrote and produced Apartment Zero, directed by Martin Donovan. He later went on to write some of the top box-office hits of all time, including Steven Spielberg's Jurassic Park in 1993, Brian de Palma's Mission: Impossible in 1996 and Spielberg's The Lost World: Jurassic Park in 1997.

Koepp made his feature directorial debut in 1996 with The Trigger Effect after previously directing the short film, Suspicious, in 1995.

Koepp's film credits include:

As writer or co-writer:

Apartment Zero, 1988, Director Martin Donovan

Bad Influence, 1990, Director Curtis Hanson

Death Becomes Her, 1992, Director Robert Zemeckis

Jurassic Park, 1993, Director Steven Spielberg

Carlito's Way, 1993, Director Brian de Palma

The Paper, 1994, Director Ron Howard

Mission: Impossible, 1996, Director Brian de Palma

The Lost World: Jurassic Park, 1997, Director Steven Spielberg

Snake Eyes, 1998, Director Brian de Palma

As writer - director:

Suspicious, 1995

The Trigger Effect, 1996

The Lost World: Jurassic Park, 1997, (Second Unit Director)

Stir of Echoes, 1999


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