Happy Lost Day! For those of you who don’t traditionally observe TV-related holidays, Lost Day is over a decade in the making: April 8, 2015, at 4:23 and 42 seconds, specifically.
That exact time (in military time) on that exact date matches the mysterious numbers from the ABC hit: 4-8-15-16-23-42, the numbers seen on Hurley’s lotto ticket and the computer in the hatch and whatever that deal was with Jacob and the island and a lighthouse.
May 23 will mark the five-year anniversary of the show ending (and last year, Sept. 22, was 10 years since it premiered), but we figured why wait? Let’s see what the cast has been up to now:
Matthew Fox as Jack Shephard
Fox has a small role in World War Z in 2013 and will appear in director Miguel Ángel Vivas’s Extinction (the beard is for the role).
Evangeline Lilly as Kate Austen
Lilly played Tauriel, an original character written for The Hobbit prequels, and will star in Marvel’s Ant-Man as Hope Van Dyne.
Josh Holloway as James “Sawyer” Ford
Holloway starred on CBS’ Intelligence for one season (it was canceled) before reteaming with Carlton Cuse for USA’s alien drama, Colony.
Elizabeth Mitchell as Juliet Burke
Mitchell played the Snow Queen, the aunt of Frozen’s Elsa and Anna, on Once Upon a Time, then joined the third season of Crossing Lines.
Jorge Garcia as Hugo “Hurley” Reyes
Garcia plays Jerry Ortega on Hawaii Five-0 and has a part in Adam Sandler’s Western parody, The Ridiculous 6.
Terry O’Quinn as John Locke
Quinn also guest starred on Hawaii Five-0, and plays the lead in both DirecTV’s Full Circle and ABC’s legal drama pilot, The Adversaries.
Daniel Dae Kim as Jin Kwon
Kim has played Detective Chin Ho Kelly on Hawaii Five-0 for five seasons and also appeared as a Candor delegate in Insurgent.
Yunjin Kim as Sun Kwon
Yunjin Kim plays therapist Karen Kim on ABC’s Mistresses and starred in the South Korean war drama Ode to My Father.
Emilie de Ravin as Claire Littleton
De Ravin plays Belle French (a.k.a. Mrs. Gold a.ka. Lacey a.k.a. The Beauty and the Beast’s Belle) on ABC’s Once Upon a Time.
Dominic Monaghan as Charlie Pace
Monaghan had his own travel show, Wild Things With Dominic Monaghan, in the U.K. and now stars on murder mystery The Hundred Code.
Naveen Andrews as Sayid Jarrah
Andrews played Jafar on the shortlived Once Upon a Time spin-off, Wonderland, and next stars in the Wachowskis’ Netflix series Sense8.
Harold Perrineau as Michael Dawson
Perrineau plays an angel on the NBC adaptation of Constantine, and will repise his role in The Best Man Wedding in 2016.
Malcolm David Kelley as Walt Lloyd
Kelley’s last acting credit was a guest appearance on The Closer in 2011. Now he’s in a rap-pop duo, MKTO, and had a hit song with “Classic.”
Maggie Grace as Shannon Rutherford
Grace appeared in both installments of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, the Taken movies, and had a major stint on Californication.
Ian Somerhalder as Boone Carlyle
Somerhalder stars as Damon Salvatore -- and has directed an episode of -- The CW’s Vampire Diaries. (He’ll stay on the show even with Nina Dobrev leaving.)
Michael Emerson as Ben Linus
Emerson guest starred on an episode of Parenthood before landing a leading role in CBS’ sci-fi procedural Person of Interest.
Henry Ian Cusick as Desmond Hume
Cusick recently reprised his role as Stephen on Scandal and plays Councilor Marcus Kane on The CW’s The 100.
Michelle Rodriguez as Ana Lucia Cortez
Since Lost, Rodriguez has starred in both Machete and Machete Kills, as well as Fast & Furious 6 and Furious 7.
And how could we forget...
Rodrigo Santoro as Paulo
Santoro costarred with Will Smith in Focus and joined HBO’s sci-fi series Westworld. Next, he’ll play Jesus in Paramount’s remake of the epic, Ben-Hur.
Kiele Sanchez as Nikki Fernandez
Sanchez starred in The Purge: Anarchy and on DirecTV’s MMA series Kingdom (hopefully she has better luck there than on Lost!).