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Gene Roddenberry Gene Roddenberry
Birthname: Eugene Wesley Roddenberry

Born: August 19, 1921

Birthplace: El Paso, Texas

Died: October 24, 1991 (Santa Monica, California)

Occupation: Writer, producer

Gene Roddenberry; sometimes called the Great Bird of the Galaxy, was a television and film screenwriter and producer.

He was best known for creating the Star Trek franchise, which had characters such as Spock and Montgomery Scott.

Super Friends roles

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