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  • Date of birth : 22/03/1959



  • Cuse Carlton


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Carlton Cuse (1959)

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Carlton Cuse is an American
Emmy Award winning screenwriter and producer, most famous as executive producer and
screenwriter for the American television series Lost for
which he made the Time Magazine list of the 100 most influential people in the world in
2010. Cuse is also considered a pioneer in transmedia storytelling.


 early life
Carlton Cuse was born in Mexico City, Mexico on March 22, 1959.
His father was American, working in Mexico for his grandfather, who had
a machine tool manufacturing business. After a few years in Mexico City,
his parents moved to Boston, where as a boy, he instantly bonded with
the Boston Red Sox and began a lifelong love for the team. A few
years after the move to Boston, his dad took a job in Tustin,
California. Cuse was raised a Roman Catholic.

Cuse went off to boarding school in 10th grade to The Putney School
in Putney, Vermont. The school was on a working dairy farm, and placed a strong emphasis on an education in the arts, music and the
outdoors. It was at The Putney School, Cuse said, that he realized he wanted
to be a writer.

Cuse attended Harvard University (Class of '81) and was recruited at
freshmen registration by the freshman crew coach, Ted Washburn, and became part of the
rowing team. In his words, he became "a hardcore athlete." Cuse's original plan was to attend medical school but he instead
majored in American history.

During his junior year at Harvard, Cuse organized a test screening for the makers of the Paramount film Airplane!. The producers wanted to record the audience reaction to time the final cut of the jokes in the movie. Cuse said that was when he started thinking about a career in film.

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