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Her father was a grocery-store produce manager, and her mom ran a day-care center out of the house. Abrams, executive producer and co-creator of , rejected actress after actress for the role of Kate, insisting that they would find the alluring unknown they were looking for.
Raised Baptist and Mennonite, Lilly taught Sunday school for eight years, and one of her first jobs out of high school was as a flight attendant for a “really shitty airline.” Not exactly typical network-TV-star material. Just two weeks before shooting was set to begin on the pilot, he saw Lilly’s audition tape and proclaimed her to be both beautiful and goofy — exactly the girl he wanted. Before Lilly took the part, Abrams looked her in the eye and said, “You have no idea what’s about to happen. “Stepping into the lead of a show with no experience? According to Lilly, Fox tells her something different.
What she doesn’t want: any more scenes where she sits on the beach pining for Fox’s character, the good doctor Jack. I would say, ‘No, no, no way not again, I’m not doing it.’ And the director would say, ‘Come on, do it for me, one more time.'” is that strangest of phenomena: a cult show with blockbuster ratings.
“How many times have you seen Kate staring into the ocean, and suddenly Jack walks up and sits down beside her and they have a heart-to-heart? Although it had an annoying habit of alternating excellent episodes with mediocre ones, it finished its first season at Number Fourteen in the Nielsens.
If you don’t really want this, .” Lilly avoided his stare and muttered that she was ready, thinking that if she didn’t like making the pilot, she’d just go back to college and finish her international-relations degree. Between takes on location, she’ll shinny up a vine or maybe eat a slug on a dare, at which point she will receive a steely Fox gaze: “He’s constantly looking at me and saying, ‘Evie, do you realize you’re really weird?
’ And then he’ll just walk away.” in Europe) says that Lilly’s inexperience kept cropping up in Season One; she’d rehearse her scenes at home and then feel off-balance when actors on the set made choices she hadn’t expected.
But previous shows built around Big Mysteries have a way of going sour: Although producers: Keep things puzzling enough to intrigue the audience, but not enough to frustrate the shit out of them. “Sometimes we get frustrated ourselves and decide it’s time to download a big chunk of mythology.
Lilly has become the ultimate desert-island fantasy of 2005 — the tough girl with improbably well-conditioned hair who could kill you a boar but still look fabulous at the end of the day.
n an island somewhere in the Pacific Ocean, strange things are happening, things not usually seen on network television.
We refer, of course, to the Hawaiian island of Oahu, overrun by a marauding pack known as the cast of TV’s hottest show, .” “One night, we had all gone bowling,” says Evangeline Lilly, 26, who plays the show’s female lead, the beautiful but mysterious criminal Kate.
In the course of the first season, viewers learned she had killed the man she loved, knocked over a bank to recover a toy airplane from a safe-deposit box and been on the lam for another, unspecified crime (hopefully one that makes more sense).
“I want to see Kate’s psychotic side come out,” Lilly says of Season Two.