DAMON LINDELOF was born in New Jersey to a schoolteacher and a banker. He was also born a writer, although it would take over 25 years to figure that out. In 2004 he met writer-director-producer J.J. Abrams to create a television series about the survivors of a mysterious plane crash —LOST. After six years, a hundred and twenty episodes, and many unanswered mysteries, Damon finally left the island to work as as a writer and producer on feature films STAR TREK, PROMETHEUS, WORLD WAR Z and TOMORROWLAND. Read More
Michael Schur was co-creator and executive producer of the critically acclaimed NBC comedy “Parks and Recreation” and the current Golden Globe-winning comedy “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” on Fox. He is also an executive producer of the Netflix comedy series “Master of None.”Read More
Fans of “The Office” may also know him as Dwight Schrute’s ghoulish, bearded, beet-farming cousin, Mose Schrute. Schur currently lives in Los Angeles with his wife, J.J. Philbin, and their two children.