René Echevarria

René Echevarria

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An American television writer and producer of Cuban descent, René Echevarria is a familar name to fans of sci-fi shows since he has contributed significantly to the "Star Trek" franchise and created the series "The 4400." Echevarria began his career penning episodes of "Star Trek: The Next Generation" during the early 1990s, and, in '94, he switched to writing for "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine," also serving as a producer on the show. He was later involved with the short-lived drama "Now and Again" as a writer and producer, and he served in the same duties on the action/adventure series "Dark Angel." In '04, Echevarria debuted "The 4400," a sci-fi series co-created with Scott Peters, and the show ran for four seasons, garnering numerous accolades along the way. He subsequently joined the writing/producing teams of the supernatural show "Medium" and the crime/comedy series "Castle," marking his first extended stint away from the sci-fi genre.




82% 26% 4400 Creator 2021-2022
57% 87% Carnival Row Executive Producer 2019
81% 84% Teen Wolf Executive Producer 2011-2017
62% 66% Terra Nova Executive Producer 2011
82% 86% Castle Writer 2009-2010
25% No Score Yet MDs Writer 2002
100% 100% Now and Again Writer 1999-2000
91% 88% Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Writer 1994-1999
92% 89% Star Trek: The Next Generation Writer 1990-1994