Robert Hewitt Wolfe
Robert Hewitt Wolfe is the writer and Co-Executive Producer on the hit CBS mystery Elementary. Wolfe broke into television on Star Trek: The Next Generation, writing the popular episode "A Fistful of Datas." He worked on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine for five seasons, writing or co-writing over thirty episodes, as well as co-authoring the humorous tie-in book Legends of the Ferengi. Wolfe developed the syndicated hit Andromeda from notes by Gene Roddenberry, serving as the showrunner for its first two seasons. Wolfe went on to develop The Dresden Files and help launch The 4400 and Alphas. Wolfe has also worked on The Twilight Zone, The Dead Zone, The Gates, and Star-Crossed. He has a BA in Motion Pictures/Television from UCLA and an MFA in Screenwriting.
Books:The Goblin Crown, November 2016