Robert Hewitt Wolfe
Injured Starfleet Offcer (uncredited) on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
Story Editor (1)
Co-Executive Producer (4)
Robert Hewitt Wolfe was born in Waterbury, Connecticut in 1964. His father was a career United States Army officer and mother a surgical nurse. He started his career in the "Star Trek" franchise when he wrote a freelance episode for "Star Trek: The Next Generation" called "A Fistful of Datas". This led to a staff writer position on "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine". After his work on "Star Trek" he went on to develop "Andromeda" and later "The Dresden Files".
Robert H. Wolfe
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He earned a bachelor's degree in Film and Television and a Master of Fine Arts in Screenwriting from the University of California Los Angeles.
He left Andromeda at the end of its second season, due to creative differences between him and the other writers over the focus on Kevin Sorbo's character Dylan Hunt. He wanted the other characters to be focused on as well.