Music supervisor Randall Poster is best known for his work on the enigmatic serial drama "Lost" and the inebriated comedy "The Hangover." Poster began his career in entertainment as a writer and producer before finding his calling in the music department. His first project was the 1990 college comedy "A Matter of Degrees," which he wrote and produced. Poster produced two more films in the 1990s, "The Paint Job" and "Mother's Boys" (as executive producer). Following that film, he began to work in the music side of the industry, lending his talents to over 50 projects on both TV and film. On He worked on a variety of TV shows, but his most notable credit is for the hit series "Lost," where he served as music supervisor for every episode of the third season. He also worked on high-concept small-screen projects such as "Six Degrees" and 2009's "Grey Gardens." Poster has also worked extensively in film, with credits on a number big-budget comedies including Kevin Smith's "Dogma," the Robert De Niro-vs.-Ben Stiller flick "Meet the Parents," and the fashion-industry satire "Zoolander."