Two-time Emmy nominated producer Patricia Churchill began her career as part of the production staff on the zany romantic comedy "The Heartbreak Kid" in 1972. By 1978, she'd become an associate producer on the dramedy "Girlfriends", and the following year she got involved in production management as a post-production supervisor on the dark coming of age comedy "Rich Kids". She'd go on to balance work as a production manager and producer throughout her career, sometimes serving as both on the same project as she has for the dramedy "Queens Logic", the superhero adventure "The Shadow", the sultry thriller "Disclosure", the science-fiction drama "Sphere", the horseracing docudrama "Seabiscuit", and acclaimed science-fiction series "Lost". She's also produced the children adventure films "Sesame Street Presents: Follow that Bird" and "The Young Black Stallion". As a unit production manager she's worked with some of film's most acclaimed directors like Francis Ford Coppola ("Dracula"), Clint Eastwood ("Space Cowboys") and Steven Spielberg on his Stanley Kubrick collaboration "Artificial Intelligence: AI". Despite a long list of impressive credits, Churchill's earned the most acclaim for her producing work on the popular science fiction series "Lost", earning Emmy nods in 2008 and 2009.