Harnessing the judging powers of Smokey, we tracked Jack’s downhill slide from zero (1) to hero (5). Click through for our all-video Shephard slideshow.
About five seconds after Jack, Kate, and Hurley get back to the island (in 1977) and settle in with the Dharmites, Jack confronts Sawyer, saying they have to do something! Now! Now! Cool out, Jack.
Dr. Jack Shephard is a fictional character and the main protagonist of the ABC television series Lost, played by Matthew Fox. Lost follows the journey of the survivors of Oceanic Flight 815 on a mysterious island and their attempts to survive and escape, slowly uncovering more of the much broader island history they are a part of.
Last appearance: «The End»
Jack Shephard (born 1969) was aboard Oceanic Flight 815 because he was returning his father’s body to the United States to be buried. Jack is a Spinal surgeon at St. Sebastian Hospital in Los Angeles, CA, USA. Contents[show] Life Before Flight 815 When Jack was a child, he was severely beaten at
Christian Shephard Dr. Christian Shephard is a fictional character on the ABC television series Lost played by John Terry . He is the father of lead characters Jack Shephard ( Matthew Fox ), who becomes the de facto leader of the survivors of Oceanic 815 after it crashes on an island, and Claire Littleton ( Emilie de Ravin ), another of the survivors on the Island.
Kate Austen/Jack Shephard; Juliet Burke/James «Sawyer» Ford; James «Sawyer» Ford; Jack Shephard; Juliet Burke; Kate Austen; Aaron Littleton; Time Travel; Summary. Post Season 5. “Oh good, Dr. Do-Right is up,” Aaron winced as Sawyer rounded the corner of the living room clad in a red and white plaid button down shirt and jeans.
Jack Shephard was born on December 3rd, 1969 to Dr. Christian and Margo Shephard. He was also, through his father, the half-brother of fellow Oceanic Flight 815 survivor Claire Littleton , thus making him the half-uncle of Claire’s son Aaron .
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