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(written from a Production point of view)
Chris Black was a staff writer on Star Trek: Enterprise during its first three seasons. He also served as the show's supervising producer during its first season and became a co-executive producer for its second and third seasons.
The character Admiral Black in the episode "In a Mirror, Darkly, Part II", portrayed by Gregory Itzin, was apparently named after him by Mike Sussman in recognition for the writer's naming of Suus Mahna, an ancient Vulcan martial arts, in the episode "Marauders". MACO Private C. Black was also named after him. In 2003, Black was interviewed for the Star Trek Monthly issue 106. Also in 2003 he was nominated for a Hugo Award for Best Dramatic Presentation, Short Form for his teleplay for the episode "Carbon Creek".
Prior to his work on Enterprise, Black was an executive story editor, writer, co-producer and later producer on the science fiction series Sliders between 1998 and 2000, which was co-created by Tracy Tormé. Between 1995 and 1998 he also worked as story editor and writer on the science fiction comedy series Weird Science. In 1997 he write the story for the action film Masterminds, starring Patrick Stewart. Black also wrote episodes of the television series Honey, I Shrunk the Kids: The TV Show (starring Barbara Alyn Woods and Thomas Dekker), The Magnificent Seven (1998), Poltergeist: The Legacy (1997-1998), The Huntress (2000-2001, also as supervising producer), Xena: Warrior Princess (2000 and 2001), and Cleopatra 2525 (2000-2001) on which he also worked as co-executive producer.
Following his work on Enterprise he joined the award winning drama series Desperate Housewives in 2004, first as consulting producer and then as co-executive producer until 2006. For this series, which featured Teri Hatcher and Brenda Strong as regulars, he also wrote four episodes in 2005 and 2006. Other series he worked on as writer and co-executive producer include Hawaii (2004), Vanished (2006), and Ugly Betty (2008-2010, starring Vanessa Williams). For the television series Standoff (2007), Reaper (2007-2008, starring Ray Wise), and K-Ville (2007-2008) he served as writer and consulting producer.
Star Trek credits Edit
- ENT: as Writer
- "Rogue Planet" (teleplay, story with Rick Berman and Brannon Braga)
- "Fallen Hero" (story with Rick Berman and Brannon Braga)
- "Two Days and Two Nights" (teleplay)
- "Carbon Creek" (teleplay)
- "Cease Fire"
- "The Breach" (teleplay with John Shiban)
- "First Flight" (with John Shiban)
- "Rajiin" (teleplay with Brent V. Friedman)
- "The Shipment" (with Brent V. Friedman)
- "Proving Ground"
- "Doctor's Orders"
- "The Forgotten" (with David A. Goodman)
- "Countdown" (with André Bormanis)
- ENT: as Supervising Producer
- "The Andorian Incident"
- "Breaking the Ice"
- "Fortunate Son"
- "Cold Front"
- "Silent Enemy"
- "Dear Doctor"
- "Sleeping Dogs"
- "Shadows of P'Jem"
- "Shuttlepod One"
- "Rogue Planet"
- "Vox Sola"
- "Fallen Hero"
- "Desert Crossing"
- "Two Days and Two Nights"