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David Wilcox is a writer and producer who wrote the teleplay for the Star Trek: Enterprise second season episode "Marauders".

Wilcox grew up in Northern Virginia. Between 1992 and 1995, he attended the Columbia College Chicago in Chicago, Illinois, and since then he has been living in Los Angeles, California. [1] [2]

Between 1998 and 2001, Wilcox was part of the concept team behind the science fiction series First Wave. Executive produced by Francis Ford Coppola, the series starred Star Trek alumni Rob LaBelle and Roger R. Cross. Wilcox received writing credit for nine episodes. After he wrote "Marauders", he wrote two episodes for the television remake Dragnet in 2003, which featured Tony Plana, Erick Avari, David Andrews, Lorna Raver, Charles Esten, Saul Rubinek, and Robert Rusler.

Between 2005 and 2006, Wilcox worked as executive story editor on the sixteenth season of the drama series Law & Order, for which he penned thirteen episodes until 2008. He also worked as supervising producer on the seventeenth season and as co-executive producer on the seventeenth and eighteenth season until 2008. His 2008 episode "Burn Card" earned him a 2009 Edgar Allan Poe Award nomination in the category Best Television Episode Teleplay.

He also worked as story editor on the spin-off series Law & Order: Trial by Jury which was canceled after one season. For this series, which starred Bebe Neuwirth, Wilcox wrote three episodes between 2005 and 2006.

Among his further projects as co-executive producer and writer were the short-lived science fiction series Life on Mars (2008-2009) for which he shared a Writer's Guild of America Award nomination in the category New Series in 2009, and the second and third season of the mystery series Fringe (2009-2011), which was created and executive produced by J.J. Abrams, Roberto Orci, and Alex Kurtzman. Bryan Burk and Akiva Goldsman also produced and Wilcox' written episodes featured Trek alumni Stephen McHattie, Tzi Ma, and Shannon Cochran. Wilcox was interviewed for the Season 3 DVD special features "The Psychology of Duality" and "Constructing An Extrasensory Soundscape" in 2011.

Wilcox developed the fantasy series 666 Park Avenue for television which was canceled after the 2012/2013 first season. He also worked as executive producer on this project and wrote three episodes while the series co-starred Vanessa Williams and Terry O'Quinn. Also in 2013, Wilcox wrote the first-season episode "Havenport" for Kevin Williamson's crime drama series The Following. In addition, Wilcox worked as consulting producer on the last three episodes of the first season.

More recently, Wilcox worked as executive producer on the first half of the first season of the action/crime series Legends in 2014, along with Kelly A. Manners. He also wrote three episodes for the first season.

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