Damon is 5' 7".
Damon and fellow "Lost" writer J.J. Abrams said that they became great friends the second they met.
Damon is known as a legend to his fellow Lost Crew members.
After creating the characters, the overall storyline, and the first two episodes of Lost along with J.J. Abrams, Lindelof has taken over as the head writer of the show, since Abrams has numerous other projects on his plate.
Damon used to work at Paramount studios and Fox Studios, reviewing scripts.
Damon has written 19 episodes of "Lost".
Damon is a massive fan of "Star Trek" and "Star Wars".
Damon has written many episodes of "Crossing Jordan".
Damon has also produced many episodes of various MTV shows.
If you type in Damon Lindelof on Google you will get about 1,570,000 results.
Damon used to play in a band called Petting Zoo.
Damon mentioned in an interview that the producers of "Lost" have entertained the thought of ending after 4 or 5 seasons with a big budget feature film.
Damon has been quoted saying that the novel "Watchmen" by Alan Moore is the greatest piece of popular fiction ever produced.
Damon is a very big fan of novelist Stephen King.
David and co-producer of Lost, J.J Abrams, have both said they are huge "Star Wars" fans.
In a previous issue of "Ultimate Wolverine Vs. Hulk" the Hulk had been said to have killed 800 people on a rampage in New York city. Lindelof gave the more exact figure of 815 in the following issue. 815 being also a key number in his television series "Lost".
Damon has written more "Lost" episodes than any other writer for the show.
Damon won an Emmy for "Outstanding Drama Series" in 2005 for writing and co-producing "ABC"'s "Lost".
Damon co-hosts the "Official UK Lost Podcast".
Damon had one moment on screen in "Lost." His hand played the role of "Locke"'s hand when flicking on a switch. This was in the season 3 episode titled "?".
Damon was nominated for an Emmy award in 2006 for "Outstanding writing for a drama series" for "Lost"'s episode "The 23rd Psalm."
Damon married Heidi Fugeman on May 28th, 2005. Damon also has one child.
In April 2006 Damon was named as co-producer for the upcoming "Star Trek XI" movie scheduled for a 2008 release.
Damon is the Co-creator, producer and head-writer of "ABC"'s "Lost".
Damon answers fan's questions in "Titan Magazine"'s "Lost" magazine.
Damon has agreed to pen six comic books for Marvel's Ultimate Universe series. The first one is due to hit stores in December 2005.
Damon: You know how much people love the episode where we found out how Jack got his tattoos, well wait 'til you find out how Ezra James Sharkington got his Dharma tattoo. What if he got it… Wait… What if Ezra James Sharkington got his Dharma tattoo from Bai Ling? Then she could come back and finish that six episode arc she's talking about. He can be like, "I will bite your face if you do not give me a Dharma tattoo!"
Damon: We just really, really love our fans, and it's great that they are so passionate about the show. And a lot of times we hear criticism and the same time we know it's their show, too.
Damon: The cast of the show are great, you know they keep Lost alive.
Damon Lindelof: (On tv series Lost) This show is an exercise in faith. Most of all, I'd like to thank you (the audience) for having faith in us, for inviting us into your homes, watching the show, supporting the show, believing in the show.
Damon Lindelof: (On how hard it is to make Lost) In television, if I write that Matthew Fox flies up around the island so he can see how big it is, we have to actually shoot that. In a comic book, you write it, somebody draws it and there it is. No budget, no actors. That frees you up to really do some outside-the-box storytelling.
Damon Lindelof: (On coming up with the idea of Lost) Basically, we had a two-hour meeting where we both came to the same exact solution to how to do the show, which was it had to have a lot of characters, the characters had to be really mysterious and the island itself had to be even more mysterious than they were.
Damon Lindelof: (On the season 3 premiere of Lost) Here's what you won't see: Globetrotters, zombies, the guy Meredith Grey didn't choose, coconut radios, Laura Palmer, Jack laughing, Desmond running naked through the jungle, the Others' annual talent show, buttons, timers, electromagnetic anomalies, Cylons, cyclones, or clones, nanobots, Captain Jack Sparrow, and time travel.
Damon Lindelof: (On Lost's viewers) Sometimes we get frustrated ourselves and decide it's time to download a big chunk of mythology. And then the audience says, 'I find this confusing and alienating and too weird.' So then we pull back, and they say, 'You're not giving us enough'.
Damon Lindelof: (On Lost being different from other TV shows) We're finding the show is inherently different in a lot of ways and it's just a byproduct of the fact that a serialized TV show like this is always moving forward— 24 is serialized but every season they reset. Lost, season two literally starts approximately five seconds after season one ends so you're inheriting everything they know about the island.
Damon: (Refering to "Lost") For me, it was a long road that led through feature development.
Damon: (Referring to "Lost" theories) To me, it's always more interesting to not take away any legitimate theories from the audience.
Damon: I'm definitely interested in getting back into features, but I don't know how and when that's going to happen. It all depends on how well Lost does this year, I guess.
Damon: (about the numbers on "Lost") To answer why we chose those numbers would give up a big chunk of mythology that we are not ready to reveal yet. All I'll say is that the selection of those numbers was not arbitrary.
Damon: I try not to comment on which characters will or will not be leaving the show, because it doesn't create a very healthy working environment for the actors in Hawaii.
Damon: There are different facets of my personality that are reflected in different characters. The character that I identified with most last year was Jack, because he was thrust into a leadership role that he wasn't fully ready to take on. He had to make a series of hard decisions that weren't necessarily popular decisions. Entering the foray of being the executive producer of a television show, I could identify with his life situation more than I could with any of the other characters' life situations. But I also feel that I have a cynical sense of humor that is reflected in Sawyer's dialogue, and I have a vulnerable side that I always think about when I'm writing Kate. I have a happier, hippier, dippier side that is reflected when I'm writing Hurley.
Damon: Lost is the most interesting programme I've worked on.
Damon: (Referring to "Lost" season 3 premiere) The audience have waited long enough.
Damon: (Referring to "Lost") Most of my friends and family are big fans of the show.