(written from a Production point of view)
Kenneth P. Biller (born 23 December 1964; age 57) is a long-time writer, producer, and (occasional) director of Star Trek: Voyager episodes. He joined the series as an Executive Story Editor with the first season episode "Parallax".
Beginning with the second season episode, "Dreadnought", Biller became a Co-Producer on the series. He was named Producer by season four and Supervising Producer at the start of season five. He was fired from the show by Rick Berman after season five, to make room for Ronald D. Moore, who joined the writing staff at the beginning of the sixth season. However, Moore's tenure on Voyager turned out short and Biller was brought back after his departure, promoted to Co-Executive Producer.
For the seventh and final season, Biller was made showrunner and an Executive Producer on the series, taking over from Brannon Braga who felt burned out and was busy developing the next spin-off, Star Trek: Enterprise. (The Fifty-Year Mission: The Next 25 Years)
Biller also co-wrote the Klingon Encounter ride for Star Trek: The Experience with René Echevarria. A call sheet for the Voyager episode "Flesh and Blood", 30 August 2000, the 4th of 8 days, featured a note that Biller and his wife Hope became parents of a baby girl, Sophia Rose, on 29 August 2000 at 7:42 a.m.
Prior to Voyager, Biller was a writer and executive story editor on the popular series Beverly Hills, 90210. During his tenure on this series, Biller, in collaboration with Chris Brancato, penned the episode "Wild Horses", which guest-starred Alice Krige. Biller also co-wrote the 1993 X-Files episode "Eve" and wrote the 1999 television science fiction movie The Last Man on Planet Earth for director Les Landau. The film starred Tamlyn Tomita, Elizabeth Dennehy, Martha Hackett, Nancy Hower, Cliff DeYoung, and Azalea Davila.
After Voyager, Biller became Co-Executive Producer, Writer and Director on the television shows Dark Angel, Smallville, and North Shore. He also executive produced, wrote and directed for the NBC series E-Ring. In 2008, Biller directed an episode of Smallville that featured Voyager regular Robert Picardo.
More recently, Biller executive produced the short-lived series Six Degrees with J.J. Abrams, the director and producer of Star Trek and Star Trek Into Darkness. He also was an executive producer on Legend of the Seeker, a syndicated series based on Terry Goodkind's The Sword of Truth series of novels that ran for two seasons from 2008 to 2010. Mike Sussman was a writer and producer on this series.
- "Faces" (story with Jonathan Glassner and teleplay) (Season 1)
- "Jetrel" (teleplay with Jack & Karen Klein)
- "Elogium" (teleplay with Jeri Taylor)
- "Twisted" (teleplay)
- "Initiations" (story and teleplay) (Season 2)
- "Maneuvers" (story and teleplay)
- "Lifesigns" (story and teleplay)
- "Tuvix" (teleplay)
- "The Chute" (teleplay) (Season 3)
- "The Q and the Grey" (teleplay)
- "Unity" (story and teleplay)
- "Before and After" (story and teleplay)
- "Worst Case Scenario" (story and teleplay)
- "Nemesis" (story and teleplay) (Season 4)
- "Random Thoughts" (story and teleplay)
- "Demon" (teleplay)
- "Extreme Risk" (story and teleplay) (Season 5)
- "Thirty Days" (teleplay)
- "The Disease" (story)
- "Juggernaut" (teleplay with Bryan Fuller & Nick Sagan)
- "Warhead" (teleplay with Michael Taylor)
- "Pathfinder" (teleplay with David Zabel) (Season 6)
- "Virtuoso" (written with Raf Green)
- "The Haunting of Deck Twelve" (teleplay with Mike Sussman and Bryan Fuller)
- "Critical Care" (story with Robert Doherty) (Season 7)
- "Repression" (story)
- "Flesh and Blood" (teleplay of Part II with Raf Green)
- "Prophecy" (story with Larry Nemecek & J. Kelley Burke and Raf Green)
- "The Void" (story with Raf Green)
- "Workforce" (story and teleplay with Bryan Fuller)
- "Workforce, Part II" (story with Bryan Fuller and teleplay with Michael Taylor)
- "Human Error" (story with André Bormanis)
- "Q2" (story)
- "Natural Law" (story with James Kahn)
- "Endgame" (story with Rick Berman & Brannon Braga and teleplay with Robert Doherty)