Ronald D. Moore

1964 - Today

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Ronald Dowl Moore (born July 5, 1964) is an American screenwriter and television producer. He is best known for his work on Star Trek, as well as on the re-imagined Battlestar Galactica television series, for which he won a Peabody Award, and on Outlander, based on the novels of the same name by Diana Gabaldon. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Ronald D. Moore has received more than 1,283,765 page views. His biography is available in 26 different languages on Wikipedia. Ronald D. Moore is the 6,557th most popular writer (down from 6,003rd in 2019), the 12,666th most popular biography from United States (down from 12,282nd in 2019) and the 921st most popular American Writer.

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  • 1.3M

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  • 40.14

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  • 26

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  • 2.30

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  • 4.08

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

Notable Works

Battlestar Galactica
Space warfare, Spanish language materials, Robots
This season finds the twelve colonies caught in a brewing civil war between the followers of President Roslin and those of Commander Adama. They must face the Cylons from outside, and within, the fleet.
Star Trek VIII, first contact
Drama, Enterprise (Imaginary space vehicle), Interplanetary voyages
After an epic battle against the Borg (cybernetically-enhanced life forms), Captain Picard and the crew of the Enterprise follow the Borg Sphere back into the 21st century to prevent the Borg from contaminating Earth's timeline and preventing Earth's first contact.
The search
Science fiction, Star trek, Star trek, Deep Space Nine (Television program)
Trials and tribble-ations
Star trek, Deep Space Nine (Television program), Fiction, Science fiction
Drama, Families, Planets
An astonishing breakthrough is taking shape on the planet Caprica. The rapidly evolving spheres of human and mechanical engineering have finally collided, including the fates of two families. They have been joined by tragedy in an explosive instant of terror. Two rival clans are led by powerful patriarchs. Joseph Adama and Daniel Graystone duel in an era of questionable ethics, corporate machinations and unbridled personal ambition. The final war for all humanity looms ever closer.
Star trek generations
Fiction, Interplanetary voyages, Space ships


Among writers, Ronald D. Moore ranks 6,557 out of 7,302Before him are Naja Marie Aidt, Lisa Brennan-Jobs, N. K. Jemisin, John Burroughs, Guillermo Martínez, and Nino Haratischwili. After him are Woeser, Joan Carreras i Goicoechea, William Wycherley, Stanley Kunitz, Cressida Cowell, and Michael Pollan.

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Among people born in 1964, Ronald D. Moore ranks 578Before him are Sergio Canavero, Guga, Peter Blangé, Matilda Ziegler, Amy Hennig, and Valery Salov. After him are Bonnie Blair, Siriporn Ampaipong, Violeta Bulc, Ruth Metzler, Shuhei Yoshida, and Jean-Michel Blanquer.

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In United States

Among people born in United States, Ronald D. Moore ranks 12,666 out of 20,380Before him are Steve Di Giorgio (1967), Robert Curry (1882), Alana Evans (1976), Bob Crosby (1913), William O. Douglas (1898), and Lynne Thigpen (1948). After him are Vince Edwards (1928), Sheri Moon Zombie (1970), Twiggy Ramirez (1971), Billy Miller (1979), Sean Hayes (1970), and Don L. Lind (1930).

Among WRITERS In United States

Among writers born in United States, Ronald D. Moore ranks 921Before him are Alice Hoffman (1952), William Monahan (1960), Greg Daniels (1963), Lisa Brennan-Jobs (1978), N. K. Jemisin (1972), and John Burroughs (1837). After him are Stanley Kunitz (1905), Michael Pollan (1955), Gregory S. Paul (1954), John Stossel (1947), Phil Donahue (1935), and Annie Dillard (1945).