'Lost' and Found
Sure, we all knew Matthew Fox from ''Party of Five'' and Dominic Monaghan from ''LOTR'' -- but what about the other stars of ABC's hit? Here's a look back at their early roles
Josh Holloway | The character of con man Sawyer was written as a fast-talking New Yorker, but Georgia-born Holloway used his Southern drawl in his successful audition for
Daniel Dae Kim
Daniel Dae Kim | Korean-born Kim, who plays expert fisherman Jin, grew up in the United States. Maybe that's how he landed a character with an all-American name like
Emilie de Ravin
Emilie de Ravin | Even before she landed the role of new mom Claire on Lost , de Ravin had appeared in several spooky, otherwordly projects, including the series
Harold Perrineau | Perrineau nearly passed up the audition to play Michael, whose effort to rescue kidnapped son Walt has driven much of Lost 's plot this season.
Evangeline Lilly | Sexy fugitive Kate on Lost is Lilly's first Hollywood speaking role; before that, the little-known Canadian import had been an extra on such shows as
Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje | Before he won the role of Mr. Eko, Lost 's mysterious drug dealer-turned-priest, the Nigerian-born Akinnuoye-Agbaje was a model, then an actor in such African-themed
Jorge Garcia | Before Garcia became famous for playing numbers-obsessed lottery winner Hurley on Lost , his steadiest gig was a character who tended to pursue get-rich-quick schemes.
Naveen Andrews | Andrews' heritage — he was born in London to Indian immigrant parents — has made him suitable for characters with all kinds of backgrounds, including