Jesse Alexander

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'''Jesse Alexander''' was an executive consultant for ''Lost'' during season 1, and was listed as a co-executive producer for his 2005 Emmy awards for ''Lost'' for best drama.

Alexander was a college friend of J.J. Abrams, and worked in the videogame industry after attending film school. Abrams brought him into television to work as a writer and producer on ''Alias''. Alexander was part of the initial writing team for ''Lost,'' working on both shows during the 2004-05 season. After leaving ''Lost,'' he joined the production team as an Executive Producer on the NBC hit ''wikipediaHeroes (TV show)'', but http//www.heroespodcast.com/2008/11/02/breaking-heroes-staff-shakeup/ left the show in November 2008. 

May 4, 2009 NBC announced the pickup of Jesse Alexander's new event series "wcday-one", starring Thekla Reuten, for the 2009-2010 television season. Alexander is credited as executive producer/writer. "Day One" tells the story of life on earth following a global catastrophe that has devastated the world's infrastructures. An eclectic band of survivors, all residents of one apartment building, embarks on a quest for survival. http//www.nbc.com/news/2009/05/04/nbc-announces-ambitious-lineup-of-programming-dominated-by-new-scripted-series-for-2009-2010-primeti/

==Trivia==
* Alexander was featured on The Genesis of Lost

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