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Jean Higgins is a co-executive producer of Lost, and won a 2005 Emmy Award for Lost for Best Drama as a producer.
Higgins has worked on Lost since its pilot episode. She was initially credited as a co-producer. She became line producer for the first season. She continued to serve as line producer for the second season. She was promoted to co-producer for the third season. She remained in this role through the sixth and final season.
Higgins and Jack Bender are the most senior producers who are resident in Hawaii during the production season of Lost; the rest of the producers and creative team are based in California at Walt Disney Studios.
Higgins has also worked as a line producer for CSI: Miami.
September 30, 2006 on the stage with the cast at Sunset on the Beach.
Higgins appeared twice at the Hawaii International Film Festival, once in 2006 on the Lost discussion panel along with Jorge Garcia, Michael Emerson, and Henry Ian Cusick, and in 2009 co-hosting a seminar with Jack Bender entitled "Master Class: "Producing and Directing a Hit Show". She also appeared at the 2006 Sunset on the Beach premiere of Season 3.
October 20, 2006, participating in the Lost discussion panel at the 2006 Hawaii International Film Festival.
- Lost: The Complete First Season (DVD)
- Lost: The Complete Second Season (DVD)
- Official Lost Podcast/March 19, 2009 (video)
- Honolulu Star-Bulletin - (May 21, 2006) - Article and interview of Higgins.
- Honolulu Advertiser - (October 22, 2006) - Appearance and comments by Higgins at the Louis Vuitton Hawaii International Film Festival. See also the accompanying photo gallery.
- Honolulu Star-Bulletin - (October 24, 2006) - Higgins interviewed as part of a filming locations article
- YouTube - HIFF (Hawaii International Film Festival) Lost Panel, October 21, 2006, also featuring Jorge Garcia, Michael Emerson, and Henry Ian Cusick. Officially-released video from HIFF.
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