The Cast Of Lost: Where Are They Now?
Focusing on a group of plane crash survivors who wash up on a mysterious island, “Lost” is one of the most significant and popular television series of the last decade. A big-budget, high concept character drama with elements of science fiction and countless other genres, there has never been another show quite like “Lost”, before or since. The show ran for 6 seasons on ABC from 2004-2010. Its series finale is still one of the most hotly-debated finales in TV history. While it’s only been 4 years since the series wrapped up, that is a long time in the entertainment business. Here’s a look at what the main cast of “Lost” has been up to since finishing their work on this historic series.
Fox – who played doctor Jack Shephard, for all intents and purposes the lead protagonist of the series – is most well-known for his role as Charlie Salinger on the 90s TV series “Party of Five”. Unfortunately, since “Lost” wrapped up in 2010, Fox has had few major roles. His most significant has been starring opposite Tyler Perry as the villain Picasso in the mediocre crime film “Alex Cross in 2012”. His next role is in the horror film “Welcome to Harmony”, which has yet to receive a release date.
Evangeline Lilly played wanted fugitive Kate Austen, who was the central female character across all 6 seasons of Lost. A Canadian, Lilly got her start as a tech girl on the popular Vancouver-based videogame show “The Electric Playground” before landing her big break on Lost. Lilly has not stayed quiet since Lost wrapped up – she had a prominent role in the Hugh Jackman robot movie “Real Steel”, and most recently appeared as the warrior-elf Tauriel in “The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug”. Lilly has some exciting projects on the horizon, including the final Hobbit movie, “The Battle of Five Armies”, due in December of this year and Marvel’s “Ant-Man”, which is tentatively set for release sometime in 2015.