Rounding out my unofficial Lost Week, I present a few clips of Lost stars before the show existed.
Josh Holloway, a former model, appeared in some interesting places. First, here is the music video for Aerosmith's "Cryin'". Look for Josh at the 3:25 mark as a purse snatcher in a diner. Hey Sawyer, let go of Alicia Silverstone's handbag!
Next, here's Josh in a blink-and-you-miss-him moment in an Old Navy commercial.
Finally, here he is in a bit part on an episode of CSI as a valet.
Next is possibly the fan favorite of the entire series, the amazing Terry O'Quinn. He has a long and steady career as a character actor, and is more diverse than you might imagine. Here is one brutal scene from the 1980s thriller The Stepfather, in which he plays a psychotic killer.
Here is a much more different side of O'Quinn from the 1989 movie discussion series The Big Picture, on which he was promoting The Stepfather II. I had no idea he played guitar and sang blues! And he's really good, too!
Here he is in the 1990 film The Rocketeer (which you should see because its awesome) playing, of all people, Howard Hughes.
Lastly for O'Quinn, here he is on his previous "genre" TV show, Millenium.
Finally, here is a fun 10-minute film parody of The Fast and The Furious, titled The Slow and the Cautious, starring none other than Jorge Garcia, Lost's Hugo "Hurley" Reyes.
I hope you enjoyed this week's Lost goodies. I'll get back to a greater variety of stuff next week. Thanks!