(written from a Production point of view)
Jeff Gersh is a sound editor who worked on episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and Star Trek: Voyager. He also worked on the video games Star Trek: Borg and Star Trek: Klingon in 1996. His work on all three series helped the Star Trek franchise earn four Emmy Award nominations for Outstanding Individual Achievement in Sound Editing for a Series for the following episodes:
- 1993 for the episode "Time's Arrow, Part II", shared with Bill Wistrom, James Wolvington, Miguel Rivera, Masanobu Tomita, Guy Tsujimoto, Dan Yale, and Gerry Sackman
- 1993 for the episode "Emissary", shared with James Wolvington, Bill Wistrom, Ashley Harvey, Miguel Rivera, Sean Callery, Steffan Falesitch, and Stephen M. Rowe
- 1994 for the episode "Genesis", shared with Mace Matiosian, Ruth Adelman, Miguel Rivera, Masanobu Tomita, Guy Tsujimoto, Gerry Sackman, Jerry Trent, and Audrey Trent
- 2000 for the episode "Equinox, Part II", shared with Bill Wistrom, James Wolvington, Ashley Harvey, Dale Chaloukian, Masanobu Tomita, and Gerry Sackman
Gersh also worked with many other members of the Trek sound crew on a number on two films, 1997's The Only Thrill (starring Sharon Lawrence) and 1998's Family Plan. Ruth Adelman, Dale Chaloukian, Doug Davey, Chris Haire, T. Ashley Harvey, Bill Henderson, Mace Matiosian, Richard L. Morrison, Miguel Rivera, Jivan Tahmizian, Masanobu Tomita, Audrey Trent, Chris Trent, Jerry Trent, Guy Tsujimoto, Eric Williams, and Bill Wistrom all worked on the former, while all except Harvey and Rivera worked on the latter.
His other credits include the 2001 drama Moonbeams, on which he was a film editor, and the 2003 biographical film The Manson Family, for which he recorded additional dialogue.