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Then And Now: The Cast Of ‘Lost’

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No show today can still bring up new theories quite like Lost. For six seasons, the popular ABC series delivered a massive amount of twists and turns. What makes this show phenomenal is its huge ensemble cast. But where are your favorite characters now? Here’s where some of she show’s stars have been since its end.

That Killer Instinct

Following Lost, Emmy-nominated actor Naveen Andrews returned to ABC for Once Upon a Time in Wonderland. The spin off show found him portraying Aladdin villain Jafar. After a stint on Netflix’s Sense8, the actor landed on the main cast of CBS’ Instinct. “I think the fact that we’re doing something like this at this particular time, with everything that’s going on, is an important reason to watch it,” he told Assignment X.

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Getting Those Claws Out

Harold Perrineau has been popping up in numerous TV shows, including Sons of Anarchy and Constantine. In 2017, he landed on the main cast of TNT’s drama Claws as Desna’s autistic brother Dean. His performance earned him a Black Reel Awards nomination for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series.

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From One Island To Another

After Lost, Jorge Garcia landed smaller roles on How I Met Your Mother and Californication. In 2013, he joined the cast of Hawaii Five-0 as a supporting character. The next year, he was bumped up to the main cast. Garcia still performs stand up comedy when his schedule is free.

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House Of Memories

While Henry Ian Cusick has been busy acting in The 100, he’s been busy with a brand new venture. In 2017, Henry, along with his wife Annie, joined social platform JamBios as their spokesperson. JamBios helps people piece together memories with the assistance of others. “We just jumped on it. What a great idea to come in on right at the beginning. We knew very little about it, but we knew it was creative,” he told Vancouver Sun.

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An Overseas Success

Yunjin Kim stuck around with ABC for a while longer with the drama Mistresses. Following its fourth and final season, the actress made her return to Korean TV with Ms. Ma, Nemesis. She also continued wowing Korean movie theaters with roles in House of the Disappeared and Ode to My Father.

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‘The Last Knight’ Made More Money, But Paramount Still Favors ‘Bumblebee’

The Transformers franchise has worked wonders for Paramount studios. It is one of their most profitable movie series and continues to rake in millions with each release. However, their last two films, The Last Knight and Bumblebee didn't exactly live up to previous films. Bumblebee grossed and netted less than The Last Knight, yet Paramount still considers it a bigger success. Here's the reason why: Transformers...

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‘Charlie’s Angels’ Stars Jaclyn Smith, Cheryl Ladd Reunite To Answer Your Questions

In the 1970s, everyone loved Charlie’s Angels. The drama featured three beautiful private detectives working for an unseen Charlie. The show has resonated with fans since its premiere in 1976. Recently, stars Jaclyn Smith and Cheryl Ladd reunited for the first time on The Hollywood Reporter’s It Happened in Hollywood podcast to discuss why the show is still iconic with...

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Dean Cain Supports Michael B. Jordan As Superman

Things are shaking up a tad in Hollywood's superhero department as some actors are being switched out with newer, fresher faces. Surrounding the classic character of Superman is a great deal of buzz generated by the prospect that superstar Michael B. Jordan will assume the role of the Man of Steel. Change Up New superhero slots are opening up. Ben...

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