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Rick Berman

Rick Berman [10]

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Born:December 25, 1945 (73)
Filmography Rating:7.90 / 10
IMDB Rating:7.33 / 10
Amazon Rating:4.09 / 5
Rotten Tomatoes Rating:66.02%
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List of Titles and Roles/Jobs:
Star Trek: The Next Generation - Season 4 [1990](45) => Writer
Star Trek: The Next Generation - Season 5 [1991](46) => Writer
Star Trek: Generations [1994](49) => Producer
Star Trek: First Contact [1996](51) => Producer
Star Trek: Insurrection [1998](53) => Producer
Star Trek: Enterprise - Season 1 [2001](56) => Writer
Star Trek: Enterprise - Season 2 [2002](57) => Writer
Star Trek: Nemesis [2002](57) => Producer
Star Trek: Enterprise - Season 3 [2003](58) => Writer
Star Trek: Enterprise - Season 4 [2004](59) => Writer

Trivia that mentions this person:
Star Trek: Generations [1994]
  • A new set of Starfleet uniforms was intended to be introduced in the film to be worn by the Enterprise-D crew. These new uniforms would have been similar to the television ones, except the collars would have been the same department color as the rest of the tunic and the rank pips would have been worn on the shoulder with a corresponding rank braid on the wrists. The uniforms were eventually nixed by producer Rick Berman. The decision was then made to use both the uniforms from [Star Trek: The Next Generation] as well as the uniforms from [Star Trek: Deep Space Nine]. However, Playmates had already made an action figure line for the film with the Enterprise-D crew wearing the aborted uniforms. It was too late to retract the figures, which is the only place the aborted uniforms can be seen.
    Star Trek: Nemesis [2002]
  • Denise Crosby discussed with executive producer Rick Berman the possibility of using her [Star Trek: The Next Generation] character Sela in the film, but they could not work out a way to properly fit the character into the movie.
    Star Trek: Deep Space Nine - Season 1 [1993]
  • Alexander Siddig was producer/creator Rick Berman's first choice to play Benjamin Sisko, but he was eventually deemed too young. Instead, he got the role of the genetically-enhanced Julian Bashir.
    Star Trek: Enterprise - Season 3 [2003]
  • Dominic Keating was denied a callback for a guest shot on [Star Trek: Voyager] because Rick Berman wanted him for this.
    Star Trek: Enterprise - Season 1 [2001]
  • Creator Rick Berman has said that the Suliban were named after the Taliban (they were named long before September 2001).
    Star Trek: Voyager - Season 5 [1998]
  • Near the end of the series, Dominic Keating tried out for a role in the show. He was turned down because Rick Berman wanted him for his new series, [Enterprise].