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Elizabeth Sarnoff
ElizabethSarnoff
Date of Birth Unknown
 
Origin Unknown
 
Job(s) Writer
Supervising Producer (Season 3 & 4)
Co-Executive Producer (Season 5)
Executive Producer (Season 6)
 
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Elizabeth Sarnoff has written the following episodes of Lost:

Sarnoff joined the crew as a producer and writer for the second season. She became a supervising producer for the third season. She returned as a supervising producer for the fourth season. She was promoted to co-executive producer for the fifth season and finally became an executive producer in season six.

Appearances

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2009

Later career

Sarnoff reunited with J.J. Abrams as an Executive Producer for the series Alcatraz in 2012. She was a co-creator of the series. The show was canceled after completing a thirteen episode order.

Trivia

  • She was the last "Lost" writer to pen an episode on her own. ("Abandoned")
  • Prior to "Lost," she worked on the HBO series "Deadwood," where she wrote some episodes, was an executive story editor in the first season, and a producer of the second season). At least six actors from "Deadwood" have also appeared on "Lost": John Hawkes, Titus Welliver, Kim Dickens, Robin Weigert, William Sanderson and Paula Malcolmson. Director Alan Taylor also worked for both series in 2005.
  • She was also a writer and executive story editor for a season of the series "Crossing Jordan."
  • She was one of the screenwriters for the 2003 film "Chasing Papi."
  • In the episode "The Cure" (2008) of the J.J. Abrams show Fringe, a minor antagonist is named Elizabeth Sarnoff.
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