Let’s Find Out About -“Lost stars”
Lost stars include Evangeline Lilly, Matthew Fox, and Dominic Monaghan. Lost, the popular J.J. Abrams series, has become one of the most beloved shows of all time. The series was an instant success after its debut in 2006, as fans couldn’t stop falling in love with it.
The Lost cast, which included notable personalities like Evangeline Lilly, Matthew Fox, and Dominic Monaghan, formally stood down from their roles when the program ended in 2010.
Fans are curious what their favorite characters have been up to in the decade after the program ended. While we know that Evangeline has found success in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and Jorge Garcia has found success on Netflix, where has the rest of the cast gone? Let’s find out.
Evangeline Lilly played Kate Austen, a popular favorite despite her exile. The actress claimed that she was not even aiming to be an actor when she received the role, and the only reason she accepted was her strong trust in fate.
Fortunately for Evangeline, acting became her claim to fame, as she went on to feature as Tauriel in the Hobbit movie before entering the Marvel Cinematic Universe as Hope Dan Dyne in Ant-Man & The Wasp.
After playing Charlie Salinger on the smash series Party Of Five, Matthew Fox reprised his role as Dr. Jack Shephard, the group’s purported leader. Following his stint on Lost, he continued his acting career, landing roles in films such as Alex Cross and World War Z, to name a few.
Although he was on the rise following the series, Fox was charged with DUI in Oregon in 2012, which prompted him to retire from acting.
On the program, Josh Holloway played con artist James “Sawyer” Ford, but he quickly became renowned as an on-screen heartbreaker! The actor’s role was full of sarcasm and charm, making him impossible not to like.
Holloway has acted in a number of action films after Lost, including Mission Impossible – Ghost Protocol, Paranoia, and Sabotage. Josh was most recently seen as Will Bowman in the drama series Colony.
Dominic Monaghan as Charlie Pace, a British rock star. Dominic was one of the few performers that were well-known before the show since he played Merry the hobbit in the Lord of the Rings trilogy.
It was only natural for Monaghan to achieve success after the show.
The actor is still very much interested in acting and has gone on to star in a Star Wars episode, Episode IX, which will actually be helmed by Lost creator and director, J.J Abrams.
Jorge Garcia was clearly the show’s humorous relief at some much-needed times. Despite his portrayal of lottery winner Hugo Reyes, the actor’s character could not have been the unluckiest luckiest person ever!
In addition to portraying a fan favorite, Garcia rose to popularity in 2010 when his visage graced the cover of Weezer’s album, which was named after his Lost character. Jorge has been in a variety of shows since then, including Alcatraz, Bojack Horseman, Maggie, and Hawaii Five-0, where he plays characters who are stylistically similar to Hugo Reyes.
Emilie de Ravin
Emilie de Ravin portrayed Claire Littleton, a single mother who gave birth while stranded on the island. Littleton was noted for her on-screen romance with Charlie Pace, in addition to being the nice and compassionate persona.
Claire has been on the television series Once Upon A Time, which aired for seven seasons after the show concluded more than a decade ago. While she was saddened to say goodbye to her character, Belle, in 2017, Emilie stated that it was some of her proudest work to date.
On Lost, Terry O’Quinn played John Locke, the right-hand man to the series’ star, Jack Shephard. Terry’s persona was mysterious and one of the few survivors who wished to stay on the island.
Terry, like his co-stars, went on to star in Hawaii-Five-0 and has also appeared in programs such as Secrets & Lies, Patriot, and The Blacklist: Redemption, to mention a few.
Michael Emerson portrayed Ben Linus, who was one of “the Others” as mentioned in the series. While his character did not sit well with many viewers, he showed to be quite the skill, which earned the actor a lot of employment after the program ended.
Today, Emerson spent five seasons on Persons Of Interest with Jim Caviezel before securing a role on CBS’s newest program, Evil.
Sayid Jarrah, a former member of the Iraqi Republican Guard, was portrayed by Naveen Andrews. Andrews went on to become a famous figure among fans, owing mostly to his amorous qualities.
Naveen went on to establish his own criminal drama series after securing parts such as Lord Akbari, Sinbad, and Jonas Maliki on the series. According to Insider, the actor is working on his own program, Instinct, which has been confirmed for not one, but two seasons!
Daniel Dae Kim
Daniel Dae Kim, who played Jin-Soo Kwon, was one of the show’s starring males, since his character featured in every episode. Kim went on to have considerable success after leaving Lost, landing the role of Chino Ho Kelly on Hawaii-Five-0.
According to Insider, despite his rising prominence on the show, Daniel stepped away from the job permanently due to a salary difference between him and his Caucasian co-stars.
Fortunately for Daniel, he has now landed a bigger and better job as a producer on The Good Doctor, starring Freddie Highmore.
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