Brad Wright is a Canadian screenwriter and producer best known for his work on the "Stargate" series of television shows. Wright worked throughout the 1990s on a number of different television series, but had his longest and most recognized stint on the 1995 version of "The Outer Limits." In 1997 he co-created "Stargate SG-1" with Jonathan Glassner, writing a number of the episodes. His frequent writing partner on that show, Robert C. Cooper, would work with Wright yet again when the two co-created both "Stargate Atlantis" and "Stargate Universe," writing many of the episodes themselves. Though he is primarily known for his writing and producing skills, Wright has also appeared as an actor twice during the run of "Stargate SG-1."