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Jonathan Fernandez (born 1967), not to be confused with the actor Johnathan Fernandez, worked as story editor on a number of third season episodes of Star Trek: Enterprise. In addition, he wrote the teleplay and the story, together with Terry Matalas, for the third season episode "Impulse".

Outside of Star Trek, Fernandez wrote the story for the action drama Crisis in the Kremlin (1992, starring Robert Rusler, Theodore Bikel, and Doug Wert) and for the television thriller Y2K (1999, with Kate Vernon, Ronny Cox, and Chris Nelson Norris). He worked as executive producer for the 1997 thriller Breakdown (with Thomas Kopache and stunt performers Eddy Donno, Mark Ginther, James M. Halty, Keii Johnston, Al Jones, Steve Kelso, Diana R. Lupo, Hugh Aodh O'Brien, and Pat Romano) and appeared as a boom box student in the television comedy The Other Me (2000, with Mark L. Taylor and Lori Hallier).

Fernandez has also worked with Roger Corman as a production executive, and can be seen on the documentary Doomed: The Untold Story of Roger Corman's the Fantastic Four talking about his experience working with him .

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