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Richard Turner is a camera operator who worked on several episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation.

Turner worked as assistant camera operator on the war comedy 1941 (1979), the comedy Used Cars (1980), the comedy Wrong Is Right (1982, with Adam Glick), the science fiction thriller WarGames (1983), the comedy Murphy's Romance (1985), the science fiction comedy SpaceCamp (1986), the crime comedy Burglar (1987, starring Whoopi Goldberg), and the comedy Baby Boom (1987).

From the 1990s on Turner worked as camera operator and his film credits include the fantasy comedy Ghost Dad (1990, with Joe Unsinn and Christian H. Burton), the action comedy Air America (1990, with Randy Nolen), the science fiction comedy Memoirs of an Invisible Man (1992), the science fiction comedy The Meteor Man (1993), the comedy As Good as It Gets (1997), the comedy The Out-of-Towners (1999), the comedy Town & Country (2001), the comedy The Benchwarmers (2006), and the drama The Great Buck Howard (2008).

His credits as cinematographer are Art for Art (1996), Up Above the World (1997), No Limits (1997), and the crime drama Once in the Life (2000, with Titus Welliver).

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