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Robert Blackman

For other people named Bob Blackman, see Bob Blackman.

Robert Blackman is a costume designer most known for his work on the Star Trek franchise since Star Trek: The Next Generation's season three opener, "Evolution".

He has received 10 Emmy nominations for his work on Star Trek,[1][2] winning twice for the Next Generation's episodes "Cost of Living" and "Time's Arrow, Part II". He also won an Emmy in 2009 for his work on the Pushing Daisies episode "Bzzzzzzzzz!".[3] In 2006, he was awarded with a Career Achievement Award from the Costume Designers Guild,[4] and their Spotlight Award.


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