|First appearance||"The Beginning of the End"|
|(Former) profession||Physicist, works aboard Naomi's freighter|
|Portrayed by||Jeremy Davies|
Daniel Faraday, often referred to as either Dan or simply Faraday, is a fictional character on the ABC television series Lost played by Jeremy Davies. " The Beginning of the End " is the fourth season premiere, and seventieth episode overall of the American Broadcasting Company " Confirmed Dead " is the second episode of the fourth season and seventy-first episode overall of the ABC 's serial drama Jeremy Davies (born October 8 1969) is an American film and television actor The American Broadcasting Company ( ABC) is an American Television network. Lost is an Emmy and Golden Globe award-winning American serial drama television series. Jeremy Davies (born October 8 1969) is an American film and television actor Faraday was introduced in the season 4 premiere, and is part of the team aboard the Kahana. Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse called Daniel Faraday "an obvious shout-out to Michael Faraday, scientist and physicist". Damon Laurence Lindelof (born April 24 1973) is an American Television writer and executive most recently noted as the co-creator and executive producer Carlton Cuse (born 22 March 1959 in Mexico City, Mexico) Although born in Mexico City Carlton Cuse grew up in Boston and Orange Michael Faraday, FRS ( September 22 1791 – August 25 1867) was an English  Faraday was originally planned to be a recurring role. For the daytime equivalent see Recurring status. A recurring character is a Fictional character, usually in a Prime time 
Daniel worked as a physicist at The Queen's College, Oxford in 1996 parallel to the time wherein Desmond Hume was trapped mentally, due to a retro-chronological form of amnesia, connected to all of Desmond's visions and foresight. The Queen's College, founded 1341 is one of the constituent colleges of the University of Oxford in England. The University of Oxford (informally "Oxford University" or simply "Oxford" located in the city of Oxford, Oxfordshire, England is the Desmond David Hume is a Fictional character on the ABC television series Lost portrayed by Henry Ian Cusick. Daniel helped Desmond by telling him that he would die if he did not find a constant - a familiar entity which is a part of Desmond's life in the past and future. He mentioned that he had done things that were 'frowned upon', namely his time altering experiments.
While in Essex, Massachusetts, Daniel watched a news report covering the discovery of the apparent derelict Oceanic Flight 815 in the depths of the Sunda Trench close to Indonesia. Essex is a town in Essex County, Massachusetts, 26 miles north of Boston. The Java Trench, also called Sunda Trench, located in the northeastern Indian Ocean, with a length of 2600 km and a maximum depth of 7725 meters (at 10°19'S 109°58'E The Republic of Indonesia ( (Republik Indonesia is a Country in Southeast Asia. When asked why he was crying by a woman in his house, his caretaker, he replied that he didn’t know.
He was soon after recruited into a covert team alongside Charlotte Lewis, Miles Straume and Frank Lapidus; organized by the enigmatic Matthew Abbadon and led by Naomi Dorrit, who described Daniel as a "head case". Dr Charlotte Staples Lewis is a Fictional character on the ABC television series Lost played by Rebecca Mader. Miles Straume is a Fictional character played by Ken Leung on the ABC television series Lost. This article contains character information for the American Drama / Adventure television series Lost. This article contains character information for the American Drama / Adventure television series Lost. This article contains character information for the American Drama / Adventure television series Lost. Their mission was to travel to the island and confront Ben Linus for an as of yet unexplained reason. Benjamin "Ben" Linus is a fictional character portrayed by Michael Emerson on the ABC television series Lost.
After the team was assembled they departed for the island in a helicopter which was struck by lightning. Daniel was the first to parachute off the chopper after being pushed by Miles.
Daniel first arrives on the island on December 23, 2004 after the crash survivors of Oceanic Flight 815 contact him and his crew on the freighter. A helicopter sent to fly to the island spots Jack and Kate in the jungle beside the nose of the plane and immediately dispatches a parachutist at low altitude. Dr Jack Shephard is a Fictional character on the ABC television series Lost played by Matthew Fox. Katherine Anne Austen is a Fictional character on the ABC television series Lost, played by Canadian actress Evangeline Lilly The parachutist introduces himself as Daniel Faraday to Jack and Kate and tells them he's here to rescue them.
Jack and Kate notice Daniel's restlessness but agree to help him find his team. As they voyage through the jungle Jack spots a container with gas masks inside. Becoming more and more curious, he asks why Daniel has a gun and receives the response that rescuing the crash survivors is not the freighter's primary objective. Their conversation is interrupted by a bleeping on the sat-phone revealing Miles' position at the island's cove. Upon arriving there an argument breaks out with Miles pointing a gun at Jack. Daniel tells Miles to calm down and the situation is resolved by agreeing to take him and Miles to Naomi's body.
Once there, Daniel makes an interesting observation about the light scattering on the island strangely. Jack tells Daniel and Miles to put away their guns because Sayid and Juliet are surrounding them with weapons. Sayid Hassan Jarrah ( Arabic: سعيد حسّان جراح is a Fictional character on the ABC television series Lost, played by Dr Juliet Burke (née Carlson) is a Fictional character, one of the main characters on the ABC television series Lost. Jack's group is given the upper hand and the guns are taken from the parachutists. Soon after, the sat-phone picks up what seems to be Charlotte's position on the island. Daniel and Miles call her name but instead they find Vincent running through the jungle with Charlotte's tracker. Jack tells them that Locke has her. John Locke (29 August 1632 – 28 October 1704 was an English Philosopher.
A flare shot into the sky brings the group to Frank's position and the landing site of the helicopter. Daniel's thought of taking the late Naomi on-board the chopper is objected by Frank and Miles, saying it's unnecessary weight. Moments later, Daniel is surprised to hear from Frank that Juliet's name was absent from the Flight 815 manifest. His "primary objective" is revealed as confronting Benjamin Linus for an as of yet unknown reason. Benjamin "Ben" Linus is a fictional character portrayed by Michael Emerson on the ABC television series Lost.
Daniel stays back at the landing site while Miles, Kate and Sayid venture towards the barracks. The Others or the Hostiles (also known as Them and the Natives) are a group of Fictional characters who inhabit the island in the American He uses the sat-phone to contact Regina and conduct an experiment in which a payload is to be fired to his position. It eventually arrives 31 minutes after it is expected, causing Daniel to describe the situation as "not good. " Daniel is offered a ride on the helicopter back to the freighter but he decides to stay on the island. He advises Frank to stay on the exact same bearing they were on when they approached the island.
Jack and Juliet escort Daniel and Charlotte back to the campsite along the beach. Whilst there, they are contacted by Sayid who has finally arrived safely on the freighter and are informed about Desmond who believes he is bouncing from 1996 to 2004 constantly. Over the sat-phone, Daniel assists Desmond by telling him to travel to Oxford University the next time he bounces into the past so that he can seek help from Daniel in 1996. The advice Daniel gives Desmond in 1996 subsequently saves Desmond's life in 2004. (Refer to Prior to arrival on the island). Later that day, Daniel is flicking through his diary and comes across a note saying "If anything goes wrong, Desmond Hume will be my constant".
Daniel and Charlotte secretly leave the beach to carry out an unknown mission. Jin tells Jack he saw them leave earlier much to Jack's frustration. Jin-Soo Kwon, better known as " Jin," is a Fictional character on the ABC television series Lost played by Daniel He asks Jin why he didn't mention this to him earlier, but is confused and replies "You said. . . they are friends?" Juliet claims they are heading for the power station of the island known as The Tempest after receiving a message from Ben via Harper. The Dharma Initiative is a fictional research project featured in the American Television series This article contains character information for the American Drama / Adventure television series Lost. Daniel is later seen with Charlotte in the jungle reading a very vague and incomplete map with "UNKNOWN?" written multiple times on it. After getting their bearings Daniel points and says "It's that way". He then looks distressed by the journey ahead and tells Charlotte "What happens if I. . . well. . . if I can't do it?", but Charlotte assures him that he can "do this". They are about to head off again when Kate happens upon them on the way back to the beach after leaving the barracks. The Others or the Hostiles (also known as Them and the Natives) are a group of Fictional characters who inhabit the island in the American Charlotte claims they left the others at the beach because their sat-phone is dead and they came to find new batteries in their luggage that was thrown from the helicopter. Kate sees Daniel's phone has power and is suspicious. She asks to see their bag which actually contains biohazard suits. Charlotte pistol whips her in the back of the head knocking her out, much to Daniel's dismay.
Juliet arrives at The Tempest ahead of Jack to find Daniel in a biohazard suit typing frantically at a computer terminal. Juliet then confronts Daniel with a gun, and he states "Juliet, what are you doing here?", clearly concerned that she is putting herself in danger by being in the facility without protection. Juliet pulls his mask off and tells him, "If you want to release the gas you'll die with the rest of them". Daniel then claims he's not trying to kill anyone, but instead wants to render the gas inert, to make it safe. Charlotte then attacks Juliet and they fight frenetically while Daniel types away. The countdown continues during this time. Charlotte tells Juliet that they're stopping Ben from using the gas to kill people on the island, and they're aware that he's used it before. The pressure indicator then returns from red back into the green area. Daniel states, "That. . that was a close one".
Back at the beach, Daniel is visited by Sun who asks him if he and his team have come to the island to rescue everybody. Daniel anxiously replies that it's not his decision and Sun, disappointed, leaves his presence. Later on, a body washes ashore and Daniel identifies it as being the doctor from his freighter. To discover what had occurred, Daniel uses Morse code to contact the ship and ask what happened to the doctor. Morse code is a Character encoding for transmitting telegraphic information using standardized sequences of short and long elements to represent the letters numerals The freighter replies saying, "What are you talking about? Doctor is fine". Daniel lies about the response and tells Jack that the freighter is sending the helicopters for them in the morning. Bernard, who can also understand Morse code, reveals that Daniel is lying about the message, causing Jack to become frustrated with Daniel and ask him if he's really here to rescue them, to which Daniel regretfully responds, "No. "
The following morning, Jack's sickness grows worse and it becomes vital for his appendix to be removed. To do so, Juliet entrusts Daniel to gather necessary instruments from the medical station alongside Charlotte and Sun; but the "trust" is reinforced by Juliet's sending Jin along, telling him to shoot Daniel or Charlotte in the leg if they try to escape. When they arrive at the Staff, Sun remarks that Daniel likes Charlotte. Daniel successfully obtains all required instruments and gets them back to Juliet who performs the operation thus saving Jack's life.
When Sayid arrives to take survivors back to the Kahana, Daniel informs him that Jack has gone to follow the helicopter. Daniel agrees to start ferrying people to the boat via the Zodiac raft while Sayid finds Jack. He takes the first load (including Sun and Aaron) to the boat. He returns to warn Charlotte and Miles that they have to get off the island with the next group, but both of them opt to stay, though Charlotte gives him a kiss on the cheek before he departs. Daniel and the second load of survivors are caught midway between the Kahana and the island when the former explodes and the latter is "moved" by Benjamin Linus. Benjamin "Ben" Linus is a fictional character portrayed by Michael Emerson on the ABC television series Lost. It is currently unknown whether the Zodiac travelled with the Island or remained in the ocean.
Daniel shares his last name with British physicist Michael Faraday, a pioneer in the field of magnetism and electrical currents, to whom the discoveries of electrolysis, diamagnetism, and electromagnetic induction are credited. Michael Faraday, FRS ( September 22 1791 – August 25 1867) was an English In chemistry and manufacturing electrolysis is a method of separating chemically bonded elements and compounds by passing an Electric current Diamagnetism is the property of an object which causes it to create a magnetic field in opposition of an externally applied Magnetic field, thus causing a repulsive effect Faraday's law of induction describes an important basic law of electromagnetism which is involved in the working of Transformers Inductors and many forms of
Jeremy Davies was cast as Daniel because he is one of the writer-producers' favorite character actors, and they think that his "transformative quality [and] the tremendous intelligence that seems to emanate from him … seemed perfect for [the part]. Jeremy Davies (born October 8 1969) is an American film and television actor A character actor is an Actor who predominantly plays a particular type of role rather than leading ones " When Davies met costume designer Roland Sanchez, he was wearing a thin black tie. Sanchez merged this "cool, edgy look" with his idea for the character's clothes: a "nerdy" loosely woven dress shirt from J.Crew. JCrew Group ( is an American clothing and accessories retailer based in New York, New York.