Growing up in Los Almos, Drew never dreamed he would be as great of a writer he is today, writing for some very well-known and popular shows.
Shortly after Drew got his English degree, he moved to Los Angeles to become a production assistant.
Drew graduated from the University of Colorado with an English degree.
Drew graduated from Los Alamos High school in 1993.
Drew joined the writing staff of Lost in the 2006-2007 season.
Drew attended the University of Colorado.
Drew is 6'5" or 1.96m.
Drew Goddard: It's amazing to get to see your imagination come to life. Sometimes you write something really crazy, kind of as a joke, and then you see them do it.
Drew Goddard: If you had told me when I was sitting in the classrooms in Los Alamos that I'd be doing this, I would have never believed it.
Drew Goddard: I'm like a kid in the candy store writing Angel. There is no one more hard-boiled and tough than Angel and that's a character we didn't have on Buffy.
Drew Goddard: Angel always has that noir element and I am the biggest noir geek. When I was originally talking about going to either Buffy or Angel, there was a part of me that was saying maybe I would be better suited on Angel because that's what I love. Now I get to do it and it's thrilling.
Drew Goddard: (referring to first writing with the "Buffy" staff) It was absolutely horrifying. It was one of the most nerve-wracking experiences but everyone was the kindest, most welcoming group of people. I was just so scared because these are the writers I adore and worship and study.
Drew Goddard: I'm not some unapproachable celebrity on a pedestal. I'm just like you, only I write for Angel, I have a severe drug problem, and I take a bath in money every day.
Drew Goddard: It's hard enough to get a job on any show, but Buffy happened to be my favorite show of all time.
Drew Goddard: (referring to "Buffy" staff) When they called and said they wanted to hire me, it was one of the best days of my life.
Drew Goddard: For the first couple of years, every show I worked on got canceled in a very short time.
Drew Goddard: (referring to his first job as a volunteer production assistant) I worked 16 hours a day. It was terrible, and I couldn't have loved it more.
Drew Goddard: I knew I loved reading and writing, and I knew I loved movies, but I don't think I realized that people wrote them. When I started looking at jobs, I realized that would be fun.
Drew Goddard: Growing up in Los Alamos, you don't know that you can do something like work in Hollywood.