Robin Bernheim

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Robin Bernheim
Born Robin Jill Bernheim
(1956-09-27) September 27, 1956 (age 60)
Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Other names Robin Burger
Occupation Television screewriter & producer
Years active 1987-present

Robin Jill Bernheim, a.k.a. Robin Burger (born September 27, 1956 in Woodland Hills, California), is an American producer and writer for television, as well as a story editor and creative consultant.


Year Title Role/Job Episodes/
1986 Crazy Like a Fox Writer 2 episodes
MacGyver Writer, executive story consultant 2 episodes, "The Eraser" & "The Human Factor"
1986-1987 Remington Steele Writer, executive story editor 7 episodes
1987 Beauty and the Beast Writer Wrote episode "Dark Spirit"
Houston Knights Co-producer, writer Wrote/produced episode "Mirrors"
Matlock Writer, executive story consultant 7 episodes
1990 Star Trek: The Next Generation Writer 1 episode, "The Hunted"
1990-1991 * Over My Dead Body Writer / Teleplay 2 episodes
1992 Tequila and Bonetti Producer, writer (Teleplay/Story) 5 episodes
1991-1992 Beyond Reality Writer 3 episodes
1992-1993 Quantum Leap Producer, writer 5 episodes
1993-1996 Renegade Supervising producer, writer 6 episodes
1994-1996 TekWar Writer, supervising creative consultant Entire series
1994-1998 Diagnosis: Murder Writer 3 episodes
1995 Silk Stalkings Writer 1 episode, "Tricks of the Trade"
1995-1996 Renegade (TV series) Supervising producer 20 episodes
1997 Extreme Ghostbusters Writer 1 episode, "Witchy Woman" (animated series)
1997-1998 Ghost Stories Writer / Teleplay writer 5 episodes
1998 Men in Black: The Series (animated) Writer 1 episode, "The Jack O'Lantern Syndrome"
1999-2000 Star Trek: Voyager Producer, writer 29 episodes
1999 Soldier of Fortune, Inc. Writer 1 episode, "Critical List"
2000-2001 Earth: Final Conflict Writer 22 episodes
2003 Wild Card Writer TV series; Credited as Robin Jill Burger
2003-2004 She Spies Supervising producer, writer 23 episodes
2015-2016 When Calls the Heart Exeuctive producer, Writer 9 episodes total

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