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Edward Kitsis

Kitsis in March 2012.
Born Edward Lawrence Kitsis
(1971-02-04) February 4, 1971 (age 45) [1]
Minnesota
Notable work Lost
Once Upon a Time

Belief is so important in everything. You need to believe in magic. You need to believe in yourself. You need to believe in your family.
Edward Kitsis
My guilty pleasures tend to be weird, old shows that I find on channel 20 that I've never seen before like 'Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea' or the 'Planet of the Apes' TV show.
Edward Kitsis
'Northern Exposure.' I loved that show; I loved the way it was able to have episodes where somebody finds a woolly mammoth, he calls the museum in New York, they send a guy out, and the mammoth's gone because someone ate it. To me, that was everything I ever wanted to do. That show mixed emotion, humor and the surreal all at once.
Edward Kitsis
My guilty pleasure, to be frank with you, is 'The Monkees.'
To do this job, you really have to love what you're doing.
'Peter Pan' is my favorite. I love the idea that all the Lost Boys were orphans, and that they wanted Wendy to be their mom.
Edward Kitsis
The humor and emotion of the 'Do You Want to Build a Snowman' theme makes me cry every time I watch it, and that deep emotion is something we'd love to do on the show. If we can make you cry, we always try to. And 'Once,' when it's at its best, is emotional and fun.
Edward Kitsis
The two favorite episodes of 'Lost' that Adam and I wrote were 'Dave,' which was where Hurley has an imaginary friend, and 'Trisha Tanaka is Dead,' where Hurley finds a van and starts it.
Edward Kitsis
The thing with 'Peter Pan' is it's been done so well so many times.
Edward Kitsis
The 'Lost' pilot was wide enough and included enough things so that when Season Five came, and we spent half of the year in 1973, nobody cried foul. It felt like it was already a part of the DNA.
Edward Kitsis
In all life, there are the people that are right for you, and there are the people that are wrong for you, and then there are the people that you just choose.
Edward Kitsis
'Frozen' is a phenomenon on an entirely new Disney scale.
Every day, we have to strive to be better people. Some days we give in to weakness, and sometimes we give in to strength.
Edward Kitsis