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Harry "Doc" Kloor (born 28 April 1963; age 53) is a scientist, writer, producer, and director who wrote or co-wrote four episodes of Star Trek: Voyager. In 1994, he became the only person in the United States to earn simultaneous PhDs: one in physics and one in chemistry. [1]

Kloor's first contribution to Voyager was writing the story for the third season episode "Real Life". For Voyager's fourth season in 1997, he co-wrote the teleplay for "The Raven" with Bryan Fuller. Kloor co-wrote the story for the next episode, "Scientific Method" with Sherry Klein. In 1998, during the fifth season of Voyager, he co-wrote the story for "Drone" with Bryan Fuller.

In 1997, Kloor wrote an episode for Gene Roddenberry's Earth: Final Conflict.

Kloor later produced, directed and wrote the computer animated film Quantum Quest: A Cassini Space Odyssey, which featured the voice talents of several Star Trek actors including William Shatner, Chris Pine, Brent Spiner, and Robert Picardo.

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