Writer, director, and producer Ken Biller is a creative visionary whose contributions to "Star Trek: Voyager," "Smallville," and "Legend of the Seeker" have made him a legend of the small screen. In 1992, Biller's first gig was as writer and executive story editor on "Beverly Hills, 90210." Having penned three episodes of the sunbaked Californian teen favorite, Biller's next stop was the final frontier. He served on "Voyager" from 1995 to 2001, racking up 35 writing credits and 140 producing credits, and even directed two episodes. During his tenure on the series, Biller also penned the scenario for "Star Trek the Experience: The Klingon Encounter," a Las Vegas-based interactive attraction. In 2002, he joined "Smallville," a comic book drama starring a teenaged Superman. Biller contributed five episodes over the show's second and third seasons, writing and directing the 2003 episode "Shattered." "Legend of the Seeker" garnered Biller his first developing credit, but the epic fantasy series was canceled after just two seasons. Biller bounced back in 2012 as co-creator of the TNT original series "Perception." A cerebral police procedural, the series stars Eric McCormack (Will of "Will & Grace") as a neurologist working in tandem with the FBI.