Morgan Gendel

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Morgan Adley Gendel (born 1952 (age 64–65)) is a screenwriter and television producer.[citation needed]

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Gendel is currently Co-Executive Producer of the popular CW sci-fi series, "The 100." He has written for such television shows as "Drop Dead Diva,"[1]Nash Bridges," "Law & Order," Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Wiseguy, 21 Jump Street, and Drop Dead Diva.[citation needed]

Gendel is perhaps best known for having written "The Inner Light", one of the most popular and lauded episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation, for which he won the Hugo Award.[citation needed] He was the first television writer to have won the Hugo in 22 years since the original Star Trek television series.[citation needed]

As a producer, Gendel brought The Dresden Files novels to the screen as a TV series on the SciFi Channel. He produced the movie Frankenhood for Lionsgate and directed the web series Pushed for The WB.com.[citation needed]

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  1. ^ Morgan Gendel

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