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Lederman directing Jonathan Del Arco in "I Borg".

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Lederman directing Michael Corbett and Margaret Reed in "Force of Nature".

Robert "Bob" Lederman is a writer, director, and editor, who worked on Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Star Trek: Voyager, and Star Trek: Enterprise. In 1990 he received an Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Editing for a Series - Single Camera Production for his work on the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode "Deja Q".

Captain Bob Lederman in the TNG episode "Up The Long Ladder" was named after him. Lederman was interviewed in the The Official Star Trek: The Next Generation Magazine issue 23 in 1993, article "Robert Lederman: Teacher of "I, Borg"" by Joe Nazzaro.

Prior to his work on Star Trek, Lederman worked as assistant and apprentice editor on the musical comedy Can't Stop the Music (1980), the comic adaptation Popeye (1980), the sport drama Personal Best (1982), the television drama Deadly Encounter (1982), the music drama Flashdance (1983, starring Michael Nouri), and the drama Weeds (1987). As editor he worked on the comedy Head Office (1985), the comedy Morgan Stewart's Coming Home (1987, starring J.D. Cullum), and the MacGyver episode "The Widowmaker" (1987, directed by Michael Vejar).

Further credits as editor include Michael and Shawn Piller's science fiction series The Dead Zone (2002, starring Nicole de Boer) and the short drama Revenge (2006, written and directed by David Livingston and starring John Billingsley, Robert Picardo, and Crystal Allen).

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