Brannon Braga is the co-creator and executive producer of Paramount Network Television's Star Trek: Enterprise for UPN.
Braga's tenure with Star Trek began in 1990 as a writer/producer on Paramount's top-rated series Star Trek: The Next Generation. In 1995 he was appointed Executive Producer of UPN's popular Star Trek: Voyager, and also became an integral creative force for the series.
As a writer/producer on Star Trek: The Next Generation, he wrote many popular episodes including the series finale "All Good Things..." which earned him the Hugo award for excellence in science fiction writing. Braga also co-wrote the movies "Star Trek Generations" (1994) and "Star Trek: First Contact" (1996). The latter film became the highest grossing of the nine Star Trek films, tallying more than $149 million worldwide. He also co-wrote the story for Paramount Pictures' "Mission:Impossible 2" starring Tom Cruise.
A native of Bozeman, Montana, Braga was educated at Kent State University and The University of California, Santa Cruz, studying Theater Arts and Filmmaking. He began his career in entertainment in 1990 when he received the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Writing Internship that led to a writing/producing post on Star Trek: The Next Generation. In all, he has written more than 100 Star Trek episodes.