Adam Horowitz was an Executive Producer and writer for Lost. Horowitz is one half of a writing team with Edward Kitsis. The duo has been working together as a writing team for twelve years.
Horowitz and Kitsis were the first writing team hired by Endeavor Talent Agency of Beverly Hills, CA. Their first project with Touchstone Television was with the series Fantasy Island and Felicity. Carlton Cuse first met the duo when he hired them for WB's The Black Sash. When their work on Life As We Know It ended with its cancellation, Cuse hired them for Lost in the second half of Season 1 and they worked as writers and producers from "Numbers" onwards. They became supervising producers for Season 2 and continued to contribute episodes. They became co-executive producers during Season 3 and continued in this role for Season 4. They were promoted again to executive producers for Season 5 and remained in this role for the sixth and final season.
Work on Lost
Horowitz has co-written the following episodes of Lost with Edward Kitsis:
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- Lost: The Complete Second Season (DVD)
- Lost: The Complete Third Season (DVD)
- "Lost in a Day", at the "4:39 pm Los Angeles" segment
- Horowitz co-hosts the Official Lost Podcast on March 30, 2007, with Edward Kitsis
- At Lost University/Psychology 201: Self discovery through family relationships
- Horowitz wrote Confessions of an American Bride, a made for television movie.
- Horowitz attended the University of Wisconsin, Madison, where he met Edward Kitsis. After graduating, they traveled to Los Angeles, and worked together on Fantasy Island, Felicity, and Popular before joining the Lost team halfway through the first season.
- Won the 2006 Writers Guild of America Award for Best Dramatic Series for Lost.
- Interview at SciFi Wire
- Better than Fudge - Entry from brother Josh Horowitz' blog
- Variety - Lost scribes ink overall deal - article on Horowitz and Kitsis' deal with ABC
- BuddyTV - September 27, 2007 - Interview
- UGO TV - Dec 11, 2007 interview with Jon Lachonis