|Country||Santa Cruz, CA, USA|
|Occupation||Employee of a Santa Cruz Internet Company|
|Episode(s)||Pilot - Part 1, Pilot - Part 2, Tabula Rasa, Walkabout, White Rabbit, The Moth, Solitary, Raised By Another, Homecoming, Do No Harm, The Greater Good, Exodus - Part 1, Everybody Hates Hugo, Collision, The 23rd Psalm, Two for the Road, Tricia Tanaka Is Dead, Exposé, Catch-22, There's No Place Like Home - Part 1, There's No Place Like Home - Part 2|
|Played By||Dustin Watchman|
Scott was aboard Oceanic Flight 815 after returning from an Australian Vacation.
Life Before Flight 815Edit
Scott Jackson worked for an internet company in Santa Cruz. He won a sales prize of a two week Australian vacation, all expenses paid and wound up on Oceanic Flight 815. The day of the flight, he walked past Nikki and Paulo while Boone asked them to borrow a chair from their table at the Sydney Airport.
Often mistaken for Steve, Scott is one of the many survivors of Oceanic Flight 815. Scott was one of the many who helped the injured directly after the crash. When Jack was caught in the cave-in he joined others in the hopes of rescuing him. When Claire was attacked at the caves, Scott joined Hurley and Steve in the hopes of finding the man responsible.
Scott would form something of a friendship with Steve, he was often seen spending time with him at various times including when Charlie rushed up and asked him to help with rescuing Jack at the caves, at the First Island Open, and on the beach while Hurley conducted his survey.
When Ethan made his presence known to the camp and murdered Steve, people still mistook the two and believed Scott was dead. Scott was among those present when Claire presented her new born child to the group, and would later attend Boone's funeral. Scott is apparently sleeping next to a married woman named Tracey on the island. When the camp moved to the caves to prepare for the coming of The Others, Scott was among the group who heard Jack's orders on the beach.
On the day that Hurley passed out food from the hatch to the group, that morning Scott was hanging out with Craig on the beach.
When an injured Sawyer returned to the camp with a bullet hole in his shoulder, the camp suddenly had a new found admiration for him. While Sawyer received a haircut, Scott was busy preparing Sawyer's shelter.
When Kate and Sawyer returned from captivity at the hands of the Others, Scott was one of the many survivors who rushed to welcome them back.