René Echevarria

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René Echevarria is an American-Cuban[1] screenwriter and film producer.

Biography[edit]

Screenwriter career[edit]

Echevarria began his career as an amateur screenwriter submitting unsolicited scripts to the producers of Star Trek: The Next Generation. After using a few of his stories, they hired him as a writer. He then became a regular contributor to Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. He has written for Star Trek: The Next Generation and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine as well as the TV series Now and Again, Castle, Dark Angel, Medium, Terra Nova and is co-creator and writer of The 4400.

Acting career[edit]

Echevarria can be seen in the background of the scene set at Vic Fontaine's Lounge in the final episode of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, "What You Leave Behind".

Producer career[edit]

Star Trek writing credits[edit]

Star Trek: The Next Generation[edit]

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine[edit]

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