Brannon Braga

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Brannon Braga (born August 14, 1965) is an American television producer and screenwriter, currently working as executive producer on Terra Nova. Braga is probably best known for his work with the Star Trek franchise, having worked on three of the four modern Star Trek television series since 1990 and two of the Star Trek feature films, as well as being co-creator and an executive producer of Enterprise. In fact, he has more writing credits than anyone else associated with the franchise. He was also creator and producer of the short-lived alien invasion drama Threshold. Braga received the Distinguished Alumni Award from Kent State University Stark in 2005.


Star Trek: The Next Generation

In 1990, Braga received an eight-week internship from the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, joining the writing team of The Next Generation. His first assignment was rewriting a script called "Reunion" with staff writer Ronald D. Moore, then doing a solo rewrite on a spec script titled "Identity Crisis". This led to a staff position in 1991 as a script-writer, resulting in credits for a number of popular episodes including "Cause and Effect", "Frame of Mind" and "Parallels".

At the start of The Next Generation<nowiki>'</nowiki>s final season, Braga (now a co-producer) and Moore (whom he had worked with a few times in the intervening four years) were picked to write a script for the first...
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