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Damon Lindelof
Damon Lindelof
Name Damon Lindelof
Birthplace Teaneck, New Jersey, USA
Date of Birth April 24, 1973
Work on LOST Creator, Producer and Writer
IMDB Damon Lindelof on IMDB

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Damon Lindelof is part of the LOST crew, as a creator, producer and writer.


Damon Laurence Lindelof (born April 24, 1973) is an American television writer and executive, most recently noted as the co-creator, executive producer, head writer and show runner for the hit television series Lost. He has also written and produced Crossing Jordan, and wrote for Nash Bridges, Wasteland, and the MTV anthology series Undressed. Before these, he worked reviewing scripts at Paramount, Fox, and Alan Ladd studios.

Lindelof is a native of Teaneck, New Jersey. He attended film school at New York University, performing briefly in the band "Petting Zoo", and then after graduating, moved to Los Angeles.

Lindelof is also the writer of the 2006 comic book miniseries Ultimate Wolverine vs. Hulk for Marvel Comics, which takes place in the Ultimate Marvel universe.

He is a self-professed Stephen King fan and has placed many references to King's work into Lost, referencing most notably The Dark Tower series. Lindelof has been quoted as saying that the graphic novel Watchmen, written by Alan Moore, is the greatest piece of popular fiction ever produced, and the inspiration of it on Lost is evident many times in the show.

Damon's famous "polar bear" has helped increase his success as a hollywood writer. His inspiriation for the polar bear came from a 10th grade field trip at Teaneck High, his highschool, to the Bronx Zoo.

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