"Lost" Star Found in "28 Weeks Later"

by | August 31, 2006 | Comments

Harold Perrineau, best known as "Michael from Lost," has signed on to co-star in Fox Atomic’s "28 Weeks Later," which is (of course) the highly-anticipated sequel to Danny Boyle‘s "28 Days Later." Mr. Perrineau will be starring alongside Jeremy Renner, who was last seen in "North Country."

From The Hollywood Reporter: "Harold Perrineau, seen regularly on ABC’s hit drama "Lost," is ramping up his film career. The actor has lined up three film roles in recent weeks, in-cluding Fox Atomic’s "28 Weeks Later," the follow-up to the hit sci-fi indie "28 Days Later." In the sequel, directed by Juan Carlos Fresnadillo ("Intacto"), Perrineau will play an upbeat American Special Forces pilot who documents and leads to safety the families returning to London after the viral outbreak."


Those who gave up on "Lost" midway through season 2 (raises hand) will no doubt remember Mr. Perrineau as Link in "The Matrix Reloaded" and "The Matrix Revolutions."

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