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|Brian K. Vaughan|
|Name||Brian K. Vaughan|
|Date of Birth||1976|
|Work on LOST||Writer and Executive Story Editor|
|IMDB||Brian K. Vaughan on IMDB|
Brian K. Vaughan worked on LOST, as a writer and producer.
As an undergraduate film student at New York University, Vaughan took part in Marvel's Stan-hattan Project, a class for fledgling comic book writers that also helped Joe Kelly break into comic books. Vaughan's first credit was Cable #43 (May 1997).
Vaughan has written most of the major DC and Marvel characters, including Batman and the X-Men. He has also written several screenplays, stage plays, and short stories, but mostly he prefers writing comic books. He has stated in an interview with Wizarduniverse.com that he prefers to write his own creations like Y: The Last Man and Ex Machina because he doesn't think he's the best at using his "voice" with company-owned characters. In the episode 316, Hurley was seen reading a spanish version of Y: The Last Man.
Vaughan was hired in late 2006 as an executive story editor for Lost; where he recently wrote his first episode - entitled "Catch-22" - with fellow writer Jeff Pinkner. He became a co-producer during season 4, and then a producer for season 5. He left the show at the end of that season.