David Kemper (writer)

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David Kemper is an American television writer and producer who helped to create the science fiction/fantasy show Farscape. He was raised in Oak Park, Michigan, where he attended Ferndale High School. At school he was a baseball player. He graduated from the University of Michigan before moving to California.

In addition to Farscape, Kemper wrote episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation, SeaQuest DSV, The Pretender, Swamp Thing: The Series, and Stargate SG-1, and was also the executive producer for the SyFy channel film Aztec Rex.

In October 2006 made a deal with the Sci Fi Channel to supply five movies to their Saturday night movie franchise.[1]

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  1. ^ "FarScape's David Kemper Returns". B&C, Broadcasting & Cable. Retrieved April 3, 2007.

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