It’s been six years since the resolution of Oceanic Airline’s Flight 815, releasing all of
‘s cast and crew into Hollywood free agency. Everybody continues to work in the biz and some even remained professionally close. Such is the case of USA Network’s Lost , a sci-fi show premiering on the 14th created by Colony Lost executive producer Carlton Cuse and Lost star Josh Holloway in the lead role. The premiere of Colony inspires this week’s 24 Frames gallery, a look at Lost stars then and now!
Josh Holloway (“Sawyer”)
Holloway put in a quick high-profile performance in the opening to Mission: Impossible – Ghost
Protocol, and followed that up with the notoriously low-rated Paranoia with Harrison
Ford and Gary Oldman. Before Colony, he starred in another sci-fi show, CBS’s
Intelligence, which ran for a season before being cancelled in 2014.
Matthew Fox (“Jack”)
Fox shed an alarming amount of weight for his role as the bad guy in Alex Cross, and co-
starred in this year’s cult Western Bone Tomahawk with Kurt Russell.
Evangeline Lilly (“Kate”)
Lilly has worked steadily in film, first in the robo-boxer Real Steel and then being
shoehorned into the last two Hobbit movies as an original character. She starred opposite
Paul Rudd in Ant-Man and will return for the sequel in 2018 as The Wasp.
Daniel Dae Kim (“Jin”)
Kim had a small role in Insurgent, but you can see him every week on Hawaii Five-O,
which wraps up its sixth season this month.
Yunjun Kim (“Sun”)
Kim has stayed with her adopted home network of ABC with a starring role in Mistresses, which
returns for its fourth season in June.
Dominic Monaghan (“Charlie”)
Monaghan just couldn’t avoid them time jumps, co-starring in Flashforward after his departure
from Lost. His new show Quantum Break premieres in April, and every other year he
puts out a season of Wild Things with Dominic Managhan, which sees him travelling the world and
interacting with badass animals.
Elizabeth Mitchell (“Juliet”)
Mitchell has appeared in Once Upon a Time and joined the cast for the third season of
Crossing Lines. She’s also going to be in The Purge 3, which is currently filming
and will be released later this year.
Michael Emerson (“Ben”)
The first person to land a major after the Lost finale aired was Emerson. He’s been on every
episode of Person of Interest since the show premiered in 2011.
Emilie De Ravin (“Claire”)
After Lost, de Ravin went pretty quickly into a supporting role for Once Upon a
Time, which is currently running its fifth season on ABC.
Maggie Grace (“Shannon”)
Grace’s biggest role post- Lost is that of perenially beleagured daught in the Taken
series. She’ll next appear in movie The Choice, our yearly adapation of a Nicholas Sparks
Harold Perrineau (“Michael”)
Perrineau was in Zero Dark Thirty and Sabotage, which starred Arnold Schwarzenegger
and Lost co-star Josh Holloway. He had a major supporting role in the much-hyped
Constantine though that failed to make it past its first season.
Henry Ian Cusick (“Desmond”)
After writing, directing, and starring in his own 19-minute short film in 2013, Cusick joined CW’s
The 100, which begins its third season later this month.
Jeremy Davies (“Daniel”)
Davies had some quick character moments on Constantine and Hannibal, before settling
into more meaty roles in Justified (where he won the Emmy for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series) and last year’s miniseries Texas Rising.
Malcolm David Kelley (“Walt”)
Kelley went on to do two seasons of Gigantic for TeenNick and afterward formed the pop group
MKTO with Gigantic co-star Tony Oller.
Ian Somerhalder (“Boone”)
Somerhalder got a plum gig as the lead to The Vampire Diaries, which is due to return from
its mid-season seven break later in January.
Jeff Fahey (“Frank”)
Journeyman actor Fahey has been in a dozen TV shows since the end of Lost, and in just as
many movies. He collaborated with Robert Rodriguez in Planet Terror, Machete, and
the From Dusk Till Dawn TV series.
Jorge Garcia (“Hurley”)
After the short-lived Alcatraz series, Garcia guested around a few TV shows before landing a
regular gig on Hawaii Five-O with former Lost partner in crime Daniel Dae Kim. He
also recently showed up in notorious Adam Sandler comedy The Ridiculous 6.
Ken Leung (“Miles”)
Leung joined Michael Emerson for a few episodes in Person of Interest and was cast in
hospital comedy/drama The Night Shift. He also put in an appearance in the second half of
Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
Michelle Rodriguez (“Ana”)
Rodriguez returned to the Resident Evil film franchise in 2012’s Retribution, and
has been a signifcant character in the Fast & Furious series. She’ll be back for Furious
8 in 2017, directed by Straight Outta Compton‘s F. Gary Gray.
Naveen Andrews (“Sayid”)
Outside of playing the romantic lead in the Diana biopic starring Naomi Watts, Andrews has
remained on television, including a stint as Jafar in Once Upon a Time in Wonderland and
Netflix favorite Sense8.
Nestor Carbonell (“Richard”)
Carbonelli reprised his role as the mayor of Gotham City in 2012’s The Dark Knight Rises and
he plays the sheriff in Bates Motel, co-created by Lost‘s Carlton Cuse.
Terry O’Quinn (“Locke”)
O’Quinn has done a lot of guest spots on TV since Lost ended, and put in starring
performances on Gang Related and 666 Park Avenue, neither of which made it past
their first season. Most notably, he joined Daniel Dae Kim and Jorge Garcia on Hawaii Five-O
as a recurring character.
Cynthia Watros (“Libby”)
Watros went meta in the TV comedy Cynthia Watros Gets Lost and like many of her Lost
alum, appeared on Hawaii Five-O. She was also in the cult show Video Game High
School and currently appears in family drama Finding Carter.
Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje (“Mr. Eko”)
Akinnuoye-Agbaje has had a string of major film roles, ranging from Thor: The Dark World to
the upcoming Bilal, the first animated feature from Barajoun. Beyond that, he will portray
Killer Croc in Suicide Squad.