Brannon Braga is executive producer of Paramount Network Television's STAR TREK: VOYAGER and has served as an integral creative force on the show since its inception in 1995.
Braga, who attended Kent State University and received his masters in film from University of California, Santa Cruz, began his career in entertainment in 1990, when he received the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Writing Internship. This led to a writing/producing post on Paramount's top-rated syndicated series "Star Trek: The Next Generation." Braga was appointed producer of STAR TREK: VOYAGER when the series premiered in 1995, co-executive producer in 1997 and ultimately executive producer in 1998. He has written over 50 Star Trek episodes, including the historic final episode of "Star Trek: The Next Generation" entitled "All Good Things" for which he won the Hugo Award for excellence in science fiction writing.
Braga's feature film credits include co-writing Paramount Pictures' "Star Trek: Generations" (1994) and "Star Trek: First Contact" (1996). The latter film became the highest grossing of the eight "Star Trek" films, reaching over $149 million worldwide. Braga currently resides in Los Angeles.