Robert Hewitt Wolfe is an American television producer and scriptwriter. He has worked on "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine" and progressed to develop and produce Gene Roddenberry's Andromeda. He was born in 1964 in Waterbury, Connecticut.
Wolfe served as head writer and executive producer for Andromeda's' first two seasons. The series was nominated for two Saturn Awards for Best Syndicated Series and for a BC Film Commission Leo Award for Best Dramatic Series.
After the network pressed for changes in the development of the series; i.e. focusing the series more on Kevin Sorbo and making it "less complex", he parted ways with the network. This unfortunate incident led to several discontinuities in the historicity of the series. Wolfe published a vision of how the series would have been developed if he had remained with the show in a one-act play called Coda. He is married to Celeste Chan Wolfe.