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Garfield Reeves-Stevens
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Garfield Reeves-Stevens

Gender: Male
Date of birth: 1953
Roles: Writer, Producer, Star Trek performer Star Trek author
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As an Earth Starfleet Commander

As an Earth Starfleet Commander

Garfield Reeves-Stevens (born 1953), together with his wife Judith Reeves-Stevens, is one of Star Trek's best-selling original book writers. Together, the Reeves-Stevenses wrote or co-wrote five episodes of Star Trek: Enterprise's fourth season.

In 2001 he was, also with his wife, interviewed for the special feature Phase II: the Lost Enterprise on the Star Trek: The Motion Picture (The Director's Edition) DVD. In 2009 Reeves-Stevens was interviewed for the special feature "Star Trek: The Three Picture Saga" on the DVD box release of Star Trek: Original Motion Picture Collection alongside his wife, Harve Bennett, Peter Krikes, Steve Meerson, Nicholas Meyer, and Ralph Winter.

Together with his wife, he joined the production staff of Star Trek: Enterprise during Season 4 and appeared with her in the last episode "These Are the Voyages..." as "Commander Brad Yacobian" (named after fellow ENT producer Brad Yacobian).

In 2007, Garfield and his wife co-created a planned zombie series entitled Alive, which would've starred John Billingsley and Gary Graham. They were to serve as showrunners of the series, which was set to debut in mid-to-late 2008. The series was never made. [1] A series, conceived by the couple, that did make it onto the small screen was the 2012 spin-off series of the British sci-fi show Primeval, Primeval: New World, which, however, was unfortunately canceled after one season.

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