Mark Zicree

Director and Executive Producer, (most recent) Star Trek

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Director, Executive Producer and Co-Writer of the most recent Star Trek: New Voyages webisode, Blood and Fire

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CBS allows fans of Star Trek to produce and distribute new versions of what has become a cultural monument, as long as they don't make any money.  On the Internet, each webisode costs…

Star Trek, the Future is a Mr. Sulu Nation

CBS allows fans of Star Trek to produce and distribute new versions of what has become a cultural monument, as long as they don't make any money.  On the Internet, each webisode costs…

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