David Kemper (writer)

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David Kemper is an American television writer and producer, best known for helping 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 and demonstrated creativity. 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, and Stargate SG-1, and was also the executive producer for the SyFy channel film Aztec Rex.

In October 2006 it was announced that Kemper would return to the folds of the Sci Fi Channel with a five picture deal to supply movies to their Saturday night movie franchise.[1]


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

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