She was one of the stars (she played Kate Austen) and he was a production assistant.
The opening season featured 14 regular speaking roles, making it the largest cast in American prime time television when it premiered.
Partial cast of Lost, from left to right: Daniel, Boone, Miles, Michael, Ana Lucia, Charlotte, Frank, Shannon, Desmond, Eko, Kate, Jack, Sawyer, Locke, Ben, Sayid, Libby, Sun, Jin, Claire, Hurley, Juliet, Charlie, Richard, Bernard, Rose and Vincent Many of the first season roles were a result of the executive producers' liking of various actors.
Although Evangeline was thinking of retiring from acting, working on the Hobbit movies may have changed her mind.
The characters from the American drama/adventure television series Lost were created by Damon Lindelof and J. Each episode typically features a primary storyline on the island as well as a secondary storyline, a flashback from another point in a character's life.
She was there to work on Peter Jackson’s Hobbit trilogy, although she appears in the second and third installments.
Norman was there with her and their baby boy when he could.
She also starred in episodes of Tru Calling, Dead Like Me and Smallville, Kingdom Hospital, and in several films, including Stealing Sinatra.
However, her first big break did not come until Lilly was "discovered" by Lost producers for the role of Kate.
The main character Jack was originally going to die in the pilot, and was hoped to be played by Michael Keaton; however, ABC executives were adamant that Jack live.
Before it was decided that Jack would live, Kate was to emerge as the leader of the survivors; she was originally conceived to be more like the character of Rose.
She has been a fervent volunteer for children's projects since the age of 14, and she founded and ran a world development and human rights committee at her university.