Top 5 LOST actors I really hope have lucrative film careers

With a cast that large, some are bound to fade into obscurity, but I hope it's not some of the best ones who do.
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“ Desmond Hume was one of the most intriguing characters on the show (and that's saying something) and Cusick played him perfectly, no easy task for such a character. ” - brandon1930
Jeremy Davies
Jeremy Davies attended the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in Pasadena, California. He made his film debut starring in David O. Russell's acclaimed first film, the Indy classic, "Spanking the Monkey", which became a surprise Sundance Film Festival winner, earning Jeremy an Independent Spirit Award nomination for Best Debut Performance...
“ Nothing about the character of Daniel Faraday could have been easy to play, but Davies did it, and he did it well. A mad scientist with a manipulative mother, his motives are unclear at first but Davies' performance is brilliant in giving the slightest hint that Faraday is often hiding something from everyone else. ” - brandon1930
“ I don't know of many other instances where a 'villian' is portrayed quite the way Emerson portrays Ben Linus. He personally kills countless people, and is directly responsible for the deaths of many more (including his daughter) but he's still an extremely tragic character. Constantly manipulated, never trustworthy, he dedicated everything to the island only to find out it was all a lie. Despite all his terrible deeds, he's still a very morally ambiguous character. ” - brandon1930
Tania Raymonde
Actress, Lost
Born and raised in Los Angeles, Tania Raymonde began her career on Malcolm in the Middle, and is known for her portrayal of Alex Rousseau in the J.J. Abrams series Lost. She played the title role of notorious murderer Jodi Arias in the Lifetime original feature Jodi Arias: Dirty Little Secret, and starred alongside Billy Bob Thornton and William Hurt in David E. Kelley's legal drama Goliath for Amazon...
“ Despite Tania's character, Alex, constantly helping the Oceanic survivors and rebelling against her 'father', she was probably the one person he cared for, and she managed to display a subtle love for him, making her death one of the saddest in the entire series for me. ” - brandon1930
Emilie de Ravin
Actress, Lost
Emilie was born on 27th December 1981, and grew up in Mount Eliza, Victoria, Australia. When she was 15, she was accepted at the highly selective Australian Ballet School in Melbourne. However, after only a year, she dropped out and undertook acting courses. Her first starring role was on the fantasy drama...
“ I hated the turn her character took toward the end of the series, but Emilie portrayed her well nonetheless. Young, beautiful, and clearly talented, I think she'll enjoy success, though it may be delayed. ” - brandon1930