PODCAST 096: “Robert Duncan McNeill”

ROBERT DUNCAN MCNEILL aka Robbie is best known for his role as Tom Paris on Star Trek: Voyager, but he also an established television director and producer working on shows from  Chuck to Dawson’s Creek to The Orville! We turn back the clock to talk about his role in the Masters of The Universe (1987) film with Courtney Cox. We also check in on his recent project for the SyFy channel (Alien Resident) and Disney+ (Turner & Hooch series)!

During the COVID quarantine, Robbie collaborated with Voyager co-star (and previous Your Cre8tivity guest Garrett Wang) on a podcast called The Delta Flyers in which they are re watching Star Trek: Voyager and discussing their memories!

We thank Robbie for his time and you for your continued support of Your Cre8tivity!

STAR TREK Universe

  • Star Trek: The Next Generation – Episode
  • Star Trek: Voyager – Cast, Director (4)
  • Star Trek: Enterprise – Director (4)

Television Director

The Delta Flyers Podcast
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Masters Of The Universe

Robert Duncan McNeill, a prolific television director and producer, currently in production as Executive Producer and Director on the new Amblin/Dark Horse/Syfy Channel series RESIDENT ALIEN. He recently served as Executive Producer/Director for Marvel’s THE GIFTED on FOX. In addition, he served as Executive Producer on THE ARRANGEMENT for UCP/E! and GIRLFRIEND’S GUIDE TO DIVORCE for Bravo/UCP. He has directed over 100 episodes on shows ranging from sci-fi, action, drama, and half-hour comedies. He’s recognized as a top tv pilot director, having directed the pilot of HEARTBEAT for Universal/NBC that went to series and the pilot for SAMANTHA WHO? starring Christina Applegate that aired on ABC. He has also served as the Producing Director for CHUCK/NBC, 666 PARK AVENUE/ABC, and WHAT ABOUT BRIAN?/ABC.

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