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Peter Lauritson

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Peter Lauritson

Peter Lauritson

Thomas Raymond

... as Thomas Raymond

Peter Lauritson was involved in the Star Trek franchise between 1987, when Star Trek: The Next Generation debuted, and 2005, when Star Trek: Enterprise ended. He produced and directed television episodes and movies alike. In 1994 he was part of the production crew of The Next Generation who earned an Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Drama Series, shared with Rick Berman, Michael Piller, Jeri Taylor, Merri D. Howard, David Livingston, Ronald D. Moore, Wendy Neuss, and Brannon Braga.

In addition he had a small cameo role as a still image of Thomas Raymond on a computer display in the TNG episode "The Neutral Zone". Lauritson also received special thanks in the end credits of the 2000 video game Star Trek: Invasion, had a pictured trading card in the set The Making of Star Trek: The Next Generation, and was interviewed for the The Official Star Trek: The Next Generation Magazine, issue 26 (1994), Star Trek Monthly issue 31 (1997), Star Trek: The Magazine Volume 1, Issue 3 (1999), and Star Trek: The Magazine Volume 2, Issue 3 (2001).

His name was referenced throughout the run of the Star Trek series:

Following the end of Star Trek: Enterprise, Lauritson worked as post-production supervisor on the television drama Sixty Minute Man (2006) and as associate producer on the television series The Starter Wife (2007) and The Mentalist (2008-2009).

Star Trek credits

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As Producer
As Director

Star Trek interviews

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