Robert Engels

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Robert Engels (born 1949) is an American born writer, producer, and director as well as being a professor of screenwriting at Cal State Fullerton.[1]


He graduated from Saint John's Preparatory School in Collegeville, Minn. in 1967. He wrote several episodes of and produced Twin Peaks and also co-wrote the 1992 film Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me.[2] He is also credited with writing and producing several other television series, such as seaQuest DSV and Gene Roddenberry's Andromeda. In 1993, he was nominated (with David Lynch) for a Saturn Award for best writing, for his work on Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me. His only on screen appearances (so far) have been on seaQuest during its first season as Malcolm Lansdowne.





  • seaQuest DSV .... Malcolm Lansdowne (3 episodes) (1993-1994)


  1. ^ Robert Engels on IMDb
  2. ^ "TV: Could 'Twin Peaks' Mysteries Return?". BloodyDisgusting. 

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