Damon Lindelof is an American comic book writer, screenwriter and a producer best known for his multiple Emmy Award winning writing stints including series’ such as ‘Lost’, ‘The Leftovers’ and ‘Watchmen’. Born and raised in New Jersey, he completed his higher education from the New York University, where he learned filmmaking. Following his graduation, he moved to Los Angeles and began working with several Hollywood studios as a script reviewer. In 2004, he served as a creator on the mystery drama series titled ‘Lost’, which turned out to be a massive critical and commercial success. Damon won many accolades for his writing on the show including, an Emmy Award and many Writers Guild of America awards and nominations. He also served as a screenwriter on science fiction films such as ‘Prometheus’, ‘Star Trek’ and ‘Star Trek: Into Darkness’. He later received furthermore critical acclaim for the series titled ‘The Leftovers’, which premiered in 2014. The series has gained a cult following ever since it ended its run. In 2019, he further received a wide acclaim for serving as a creator on the series titled ‘Watchmen’.