Jonathan West

Jonathan West



Jonathan West is an American film and television director best known for his work on the hit series, "Lost". West began his career in the late 1990s, working as an assistant director on several independent films. He later became a production assistant on television shows such as "ER" and "Dawson's Creek".

In 2003, West landed his first directing job on the drama series "The Handler". Over the next five years, he directed several episodes of the show, as well as episodes of "Alias", "CSI: Miami", and "Bones".

West's big break came in 2004, when he was hired to direct an episode of the hit ABC drama series "Lost". He went on to direct several more episodes of the show, including the series finale. He also directed the Emmy-nominated episode, "Through The Looking Glass".

West has since gone on to direct episodes of "True Blood", "Fringe", and "Grimm". He has also directed several feature films, including the horror film "The Possession of Michael King" (2014) and the sci-fi thriller "The Osiris Child" (2017).

In addition to his work as a director, West has produced several films, including the thriller "The Pact 2" (2014) and the horror/comedy "The Greasy Strangler" (2016). He also served as executive producer on the TV series "Manhattan" (2014-2015).

West has won several awards for his work, including a Best Episode Award from the American Directors Association for his work on "Lost". He has been nominated for several Emmy Awards, and in 2016 he received a nomination for Best Director from the Directors Guild of America.

West continues to direct film and television, and is currently in pre-production for the horror film "The Possession of Hannah Grace". He has also recently completed work on the thriller "The Cleaning Lady".

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