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  • Elizabeth Mitchell went from the mystery of "Lost" to the post-apocalyptic action of "Revolution," airing Wednesdays on NBC.

      Elizabeth Mitchell went from the mystery of "Lost" to the post-apocalyptic action of "Revolution," airing Wednesdays on NBC.
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  • Terry O'Quinn starred alongside Vanessa Williams on the fun (but canceled) ABC show "666 Park Avenue," which is now streaming on Netflix.

      Terry O'Quinn starred alongside Vanessa Williams on the fun (but canceled) ABC show "666 Park Avenue," which is now streaming on Netflix.
    Associated Press

  • Matthew Fox was the hero on "Lost," but played a psychopathic killer in 2012's "Alex Cross."

      Matthew Fox was the hero on "Lost," but played a psychopathic killer in 2012's "Alex Cross."
    Associated Press

  • Video: "Dom's Wild Things" clip

  • Video: "Gang Related" trailer

  • Video: Evangeline Lilly at Comic Con

 
 

Before he was hired to lead the new CBS thriller "Intelligence," premiering at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Josh Holloway turned heads for six years as troubled hero Sawyer on ABC's "Lost." The landmark mystery series with the controversial ending was jampacked with charismatic, talented actors. So where can you see them now?

Matthew Fox (Jack Shephard)

Since anchoring "Lost," Fox has suffered the embarrassment of getting all but cut out of Brad Pitt's "World War Z" and playing a ripped psychopath in the widely panned Tyler Perry vehicle "Alex Cross." During the show's run, Fox did play a small but crucial part in the underrated screen adaptation of "Speed Racer," a completely bonkers and extremely entertaining confection from Chicago's Wachowski siblings. Check it out in glorious HDX on vudu, or add it to your Netflix disc queue.

Evangeline Lilly (Kate Austen)

She's come a long way from starring in those LiveLinks commercials. Evangeline Lilly recently wrote a children's book, "The Squickerwonkers," beautifully illustrated by sculptor and designer Johnny Fraser-Allen. The two met on the set of Lilly's other recent project, a tiny, obscure movie called "The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug."

Terry O'Quinn (John Locke)

A veteran TV actor, O'Quinn is all over your cable guide. He has a recurring role on CBS' "Hawaii Five-O" alongside fellow "Lost" alum Daniel Dae-Kim (Jin-Soo Kwon), and will be a regular on Fox's yet-to-premiere L.A. crime saga, "Gang Related." You can also see all 13 fun, funny episodes of his canceled ABC show, "666 Park Avenue," streaming on Netflix. That show gave O'Quinn an even juicier role than the Smoke Monster: a real-estate magnate who might just be Satan.

Elizabeth Mitchell (Juliet Burke)

Sawyer's beautiful counterpart stars on NBC's "Revolution," which returns at 7 p.m. Wednesday. You can catch up with the post-apocalyptic thriller, which also stars "Breaking Bad" baddie Giancarlo Esposito and "Twilight" dad Billy Burke, on Netflix and Hulu Plus.

Michael Emerson (Benjamin Linus)

My favorite TV baddie of all time stars alongside Jim Caviezel in CBS' "Person of Interest," airing at 9 p.m. Tuesdays. You can catch up on Netflix and at CBS.com. To see Emerson in full-on evil mode, seek out his performances in the original "Saw" and in a particularly nasty episode of "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit," 2004's "Ritual."

Naveen Andrews (Sayid Jarrah)

The sensitive but lethal Iraqi soldier currently appears as Jafar on ABC's fairy-tale spinoff series, "Once Upon a Time in Wonderland," which returns with new episodes later this year.

Emilie de Ravin (Claire Littleton)

Speaking of fairy tales, "Once Upon a Time" returns to Sunday nights on ABC in 2014 with new episodes featuring de Ravin as Belle. (Yes, the Belle from "Beauty and the Beast.")

Dominic Monaghan (Charlie Pace)

The Drive Shaft rocker and erstwhile hobbit is now traipsing the globe in search of creepy crawlies for BBC America. His travel series, "Dom's Wild Things," will return for a second season in 2014. Check out video from Season 1 at bbcamerica.com.

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