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The characters from the American drama/adventure television series Lost were created by Damon Lindelof and J. J. Abrams. The series follows the lives of plane crash survivors on a mysterious tropical island, after a commercial passenger jet crashes somewhere in the South Pacific. Each episode typically features a primary storyline on the island as well as a secondary storyline from another point in a character's life.

Out of the 324 people on board Oceanic Flight 815,[1] there are 72 initial survivors (71 humans and one dog) spread across the three sections of the plane crash. The opening season featured 14 regular speaking roles, making it the second largest cast in a currently airing American prime time television show, behind Desperate Housewives.

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Casting and development

Many of the first season roles were a result of the executive producers' liking of various actors. The main character Jack was originally going to die in the pilot, and was hoped to be played by Michael Keaton; however, ABC executives were adamant that Jack live.[2] Before it was decided that Jack would live, Kate was to emerge as the leader of the survivors; she was originally conceived to be more like the character of Rose. Dominic Monaghan auditioned for the role of Sawyer, who at the time was supposed to be a suit-wearing city con man. The producers enjoyed Monaghan's performance and changed the character of Charlie, originally a middle-aged former rock star, to fit him. Jorge Garcia also auditioned for Sawyer, and the part of Hurley was written for him. When Josh Holloway auditioned for Sawyer, the producers liked the edge he brought to the character (he reportedly kicked a chair when he forgot his lines and got angry in the audition) and his southern accent, so they changed Sawyer to fit Holloway's acting. Yunjin Kim auditioned for Kate, but the producers wrote the character of Sun for her and the character of Jin, portrayed by Daniel Dae Kim, to be her husband. Sayid, played by Naveen Andrews, was also not in the original script. Locke and Michael were written with their actors in mind. Emilie de Ravin, who plays Claire, was originally cast in what was supposed to be a recurring role.[2] In the second season, Michael Emerson was contracted to play Ben ("Henry Gale") for three episodes. His role was extended to eight episodes because of his acting skills, and eventually for the whole of seasons 3, 4, and 5.[3] Rebecca Mader's role of Charlotte was originally only intended for 8 episodes of season 4, but her role was extended to the whole of the season, and part of season 5. While a large cast makes Lost more expensive to produce, the writers benefit from more flexibility in story decisions. According to series executive producer Bryan Burk, "You can have more interactions between characters and create more diverse characters, more back stories, more love triangles."[4]

Some of the characters are named after famous political philosophers, such as Mikhail Bakunin, Edmund Burke, Jeremy Bentham, David Hume (Desmond Hume), Jean Jacques Rousseau (Danielle Rousseau), and John Locke.[5]

Main characters

Characters are listed alphabetically. "Starring season(s)" refers to the season in which an actor or actress received star billing for playing a character. "Recurring season(s)" identifies a season in which an actor or actress appeared, but received guest star or special guest star billing.

Name Actor/actress Starring seasons Recurring seasons Episode count
Richard Alpert Nestor Carbonell 6[6] 3, 4, 5 24
Richard Alpert is the advisor to the leader of the Others who is seemingly ageless, and addressed by Ilana in the season five finale by the name Ricardus. In flashbacks spanning fifty years, including being present for Locke's birth in 1956, associating with Ben to purge the Dharma Initiative in 1992, and recruiting Juliet to the Others, he always appears to be the same age as he is in 2004. In the fourth season, Richard leads the surviving Others to a place referred to as "The Temple". He is shown to come into contact with John Locke several times during the latter's early life. Juliet has said that Richard has always been on the Island and, when questioned about how old he is, cryptically asserts that he is "old." Ben likewise states that Richard is an adviser, and has held that position for a "very, very long time." In the episode "The Incident", it is revealed that Richard doesn't age because of Jacob.
Katherine Anne "Kate" Austen Evangeline Lilly 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 100
After killing her abusive stepfather (later revealed to be her real father), Kate goes on the run and is eventually captured by a federal marshal while in Australia. On the island, Kate is attracted to both Sawyer and Jack, and eventually has a short relationship with Sawyer. After escaping the island, she is put on trial for murder, but subsequently makes a highly favorable plea bargain that does not require prison time. She becomes engaged to Jack and raises Claire's son Aaron as her own, pretending to be his biological mother as part of the Oceanic 6 cover story. Before Sawyer jumped out of the helicopter that would have brought him to safety with her, Sawyer whispered something in Kate's ear, which she will not reveal to Jack. His jealousy becomes the demise of their relationship. She resists returning to the island, but eventually decides that she will. She arrives on the island in 1977 and joins the Dharma Initiative, along with Jack and Hurley.
Juliet Burke Elizabeth Mitchell 3, 4, 5 6[7] 47
Juliet is a fertility doctor recruited by the Others. She develops a relationship with Goodwin, who is killed by Ana Lucia, and Juliet blames Ben. Ben is in love with her and refuses to let her leave the island - and he orchestrated Goodwin's death out of jealousy. Although Juliet acts initially as Jack's interrogator when he, Sawyer and Kate are captured, she helps them, escapes and joins the Oceanic 815 crash survivors. She defies Ben's orders to infiltrate the survivors' camp, and she has clear romantic feelings for Jack. She is left behind when the Oceanic Six leave the island, and when the recurring time flashes leave Juliet and the others in the mid-1970s, she becomes a mechanic for the Dharma Initiative and starts a relationship with Sawyer.
Boone Carlyle Ian Somerhalder 1 2, 3, 6 26
Boone is the stepbrother of Shannon, with whom he is in love. On the island, he spends much of his time hunting with Locke, and together they find the first hatch. He slowly learns that Shannon is manipulative and does not love him, but he remains protective of her. When John's legs mysteriously malfunction, Boone climbs into a crashed plane, perched in a tree, and uses its radio to contact (although he doesn't know it) the tail section survivors. The plane falls with Boone in it, and his leg and torso are crushed. John carries him back to the camp to be treated by Jack and Sun, but Boone dies shortly thereafter.
Ana Lucia Cortez Michelle Rodriguez 2 1, 5, 6 21
A former LAPD police officer, Ana Lucia is the leader of the survivors of the tail section of Flight 815. She loses her job as a police officer after killing the man who had previously shot her, killing her unborn child. She meets Christian at LAX and agrees to accompany him to Australia. Before the flight back to L.A. she chats up Jack, whom she doesn't know is Christian's son, at the airport bar. Ana Lucia is very protective of her fellow survivors after several are kidnapped, and she is extremely distrusting of others. She eventually kills Goodwin after discovering that he is not a survivor of the crash. She also inadvertently kills Shannon. Ana Lucia is shot and killed by Michael Dawson while he tries to free Ben, the leader of the "Others," but she appears after her death in visions to several of the characters, notably Hurley.
Michael Dawson Harold Perrineau 1, 2, 4 6[8] 47
Michael is a New York artist and construction worker who has not communicated with his son Walt since he was a baby. When Walt's mother dies in Australia, Michael comes to collect his son (and Walt's dog, Vincent). Michael is the first on the island to learn that Sun speaks English, and he has various conflicts with Jin. While trying to escape the Island via raft, Michael's son Walt is abducted by the Others. Michael strikes a deal with the Others wherein he exchanges Kate, Jack, Sawyer, and Hurley for Walt, and together the two leave the island by boat. However; when they return home, Walt goes to live with his grandmother after finding out that Michael killed Libby and Ana Lucia while carrying out his part of the deal. Michael tries to commit suicide a couple times but soon finds out that "the island won't let him die." He later infiltrates the Kahana freighter crew under the orders of Ben, in the hopes of making up for the lives he took by saving those of the people left on the island. He is killed in an explosion on the Kahana while trying to deactivate a bomb.[9]
Mr. Eko Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje 2, 3 21
Mr. Eko is a former Nigerian drug lord turned priest who crashes on the island with the tail section survivors. For the first 40 days, he does not speak. Upon joining the fuselage survivors' camp, Eko becomes part of the group involved in pressing a button in a hatch. He begins building a church on the island with Charlie, but this is abandoned when he becomes obsessed with the hatch and the button within. Eko is haunted by visions of his brother, who died in Nigeria and whose body was on a plane that crashed on the island before Eko's arrival. These visions lead Eko and John to discover another Dharma station. Eko meets the smoke monster on more than one occasion in the Island's forests, and is eventually killed by it.
Daniel Faraday Jeremy Davies 4, 5 6[7] 21
Faraday is a physicist hired to go to the Island by Charles Widmore. He initially claims to have intentions to save the 815 crash survivors, but this proves to be untrue. Daniel is connected to Desmond in several ways - Desmond visits him at Oxford during a flashback in time. Later, when John moves the island, Daniel travels back in time and visits Desmond in the hatch, to tell him how to save the island. Even though he initially lied about his intent to save the survivors, Daniel ends up ferrying several of them, including Sun and Jin, to the Kahana. He is the son of Eloise Hawking and Charles Widmore. He is shot and killed by his mother in the season 5 episode The Variable.
Nikki Fernandez Kiele Sanchez 3 7
Nikki is an actress who, with her boyfriend Paulo, murders a television producer for his diamonds. When they get to the island they spend their time searching for the diamonds lost in the crash. She is assumed dead on the island after being buried alive, the survivors having assumed she was dead following a paralyzing spider bite.
James "Sawyer" Ford Josh Holloway 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 97
James is a confidence man who was orphaned as a child when his father killed his mother - and himself - after his mother was conned for all their money by a man named Sawyer. All that James knows about the man who conned her is his name, and he adopts the name "Sawyer" for himself, and goes on to con various women for hundreds of thousands of dollars when he is an adult. With Cassidy, one of these women, he has a daughter named Clementine whom he has never met. He travels to Australia to kill the man he believes is the original Sawyer, but he is wrong and kills an innocent man. On the Island, he is initially disliked for his antisocial behaviour and for his practice of nicknaming his fellow survivors, but he becomes romantically involved with Kate and, eventually, friendly with the rest despite his rough personality. When John moves the island and the remaining survivors are launched back into the 1970s, Sawyer joins the Dharma Initiative under the name Jim LaFleur, and he becomes head of security due to his ability to deal with the Hostiles. He falls in love with Juliet, and they are living together three years later. He, Juliet and Kate are evacuated on the Dharma submarine when Daniel alerts Dr. Chang to the "Incident."
Desmond David Hume Henry Ian Cusick 3, 4, 5, 6 2 39
Desmond, a former monk and member of the Royal Scots Regiment, undertakes a boat race around the world after splitting with his girlfriend Penelope Widmore. He shipwrecks on the island while on this race, and he lives in a hatch for three years, pressing a button every 108 minutes. One day he neglects to push the button, and on this day Flight 815 crashes. The survivors find the hatch and blow it open, and when they take over pushing the button he attempts (unsuccessfully) to escape the island. After he returns to the island, he moves in with the crash survivors. At the start of the third season, Desmond starts seeing flashes of future events, most of them being about Charlie's death. Later, he experiences flashes into the past. He escapes the Island with the Oceanic Six at the end of season four and is reunited with his girlfriend, Penny. They are married and have a baby boy named Charlie. Desmond has various meetings with Eloise Hawking who urges him not to marry Penny Widmore. He later finds out she is Daniel Faraday's mother, locates her through Charles Widmore, and visits her at the Lamppost.
Ilana Zuleikha Robinson 6 5 12
Ilana claims to be a bounty hunter working for the family of Peter Avellino, who is an employee of Charles Widmore, and who is killed by Sayid. She captures Sayid and puts him on Ajira Flight 316. After the crash she leads a hostile takeover of the Flight 316 survivors with Bram and several others. She asks Frank Lapidus if he knows "what lies in the shadow of the statue," then knocks him unconscious when he is unable to answer. It is later revealed that she was brought to the Island by Jacob for an unknown task.
Sayid Jarrah Naveen Andrews 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 90
A former military communications officer, Sayid is haunted by his past as an interrogator for the Iraqi Republican Guard. On the island, he is romantically involved with Shannon. After escaping the island and coming to America, he reunites with and marries his former girlfriend Nadia. After Nadia is murdered, Sayid is employed by Ben as an assassin to kill the associates of Charles Widmore. He later attempts to kill Ben as a child after being brought back to the island and captured by the Dharma Initiative in 1977.
Jin-Soo Kwon Daniel Dae Kim 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 85
The son of a poor fisherman, Jin marries Sun on the condition that he work for her father as a mob enforcer. On the island, Jin struggles as the only castaway who does not speak English, although he does eventually begin to learn. He is presumed dead by his wife, Sun-Hwa Kwon, and the other members of the Oceanic Six, when a bomb goes off on the Kahana. Kwon is later found unconscious on driftwood by a French research team in 1988, having flashed to that time period with the other people on the island.
Sun-Hwa Kwon Yunjin Kim 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 81
The rich daughter of a hotel owner/automobile manufacturer with ties to the Korean mob, Sun has an affair and almost leaves her husband Jin before the crash. They reconcile on the island and she becomes pregnant with Jin's baby. After escaping the island, Sun gives birth to Jin's baby, a girl named Ji Yeon, off the island. With the settlement money from Oceanic, Sun buys a controlling share of her father's company.
Frank Lapidus Jeff Fahey 6 4, 5 21
Frank Lapidus (pronounced /ləˈpiːdəs/) is a pilot who was originally supposed to fly Oceanic 815. He is selected by Abaddon to be part of the team that travels to the Island via the freighter Kahana; he brings Daniel, Miles and Charlotte to the Island by helicopter and ultimately helps Desmond and the Oceanic Six escape the Island. In the episode "316", he pilots Flight 316 that five of the Oceanic Six and Ben Linus board to return to the Island. Frank makes a controlled crash landing on the nearby Hydra Island.
Charlotte Staples Lewis Rebecca Mader 4, 5 6[10] 19
Charlotte is an anthropologist hired to go to the Island by Charles Widmore. Miles suggests that she has been to the Island before and she chooses to stay there when given the option to leave. She later dies due to the ill effects of the Island's erratic movements through time and admits she was born on the Island, her parents being members of the Dharma Initiative.
Benjamin Linus Michael Emerson, Sterling Beaumon 3, 4, 5, 6 2 53
Ben is the manipulative leader of the Others. He is captured by the survivors and is held hostage in a hatch that Boone and Locke found. However Michael releases him in return for the safe passage of himself and his son, Walt, back home. In the finale of the 4th season he is forced to leave the Island after he "moves" it. He returns to the island in the fifth season with the Oceanic 6, to be judged by the mysterious smoke monster for letting his daughter die. The monster lets him live as long as he follows John which results in him killing Jacob.
Claire Littleton Emilie de Ravin 1, 2, 3, 4, 6 5 64
Claire gives birth on the island to a boy and forges a strong relationship with Charlie. She is also Jack's half-sister. She is not aware of this, but Jack learns this from her mother after he leaves the Island. Claire is later seen in Jacob's hut with her father after leaving her son, Aaron, at the foot of a tree.
Walter "Walt" Lloyd Malcolm David Kelley 1 2, 3, 4, 5 31
An elementary school student, he is kidnapped by the Others, who claim that he is "special." He is rescued by his father Michael and goes to live with his grandmother in New York.
John Locke Terry O'Quinn 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 89
After having his paralysis healed during the crash, Locke lives out his dreams of becoming a hunter on the Island. John Locke is also the name of a philosopher. Being a man of faith, he believes he has a special connection with the island, leading him to clash with man-of-science Jack. Having been "chosen," Locke becomes the leader of the Others at the end of the fourth season. Locke is eventually murdered by Ben shortly after leaving the island. When most of the "Oceanic Six" survivors return to the island, they transport Locke's body with them. Locke apparently returns to life, but this is revealed to be a deception; Locke is still dead, and the individual in Locke's form is actually Jacob's rival.
Charlie Pace Dominic Monaghan 1, 2, 3 4, 6[7][11] 62
A one-hit wonder, rock musician Charlie ends his addiction to heroin on the island and cares for Claire and her baby. He drowns in the Looking Glass station, trying to help the survivors communicate with the outside world.
Paulo Rodrigo Santoro 3 7
Paulo helps Nikki murder a television executive for his diamonds. He spends his time on the island with Nikki searching for the diamonds. He is assumed dead on the island after being buried alive, the survivors having assumed he was dead following a paralyzing spider bite.
Hugo "Hurley" Reyes Jorge Garcia 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 97
After winning the lottery with the numbers, Hurley suffers from great bad luck. He remains optimistic on the island but after escaping from it is hospitalized for psychiatric reasons that include recurring hallucinations involving Charlie. He later returns to the island aboard flight 316 and joins the Dharma Initiative in 1977 along with Jack and Kate.
Shannon Rutherford Maggie Grace 1, 2 3, 6[12] 29
Shannon is a ballet instructor and Boone's stepsister. She has a relationship with Sayid on the island. She is accidentally shot and killed by Ana Lucia on the Island.
Jack Shephard Matthew Fox 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 103
A neurosurgeon with father issues, Jack is the survivors' leader. He has feelings for Kate. After escaping the island, he ends up in a relationship with Kate but after a dramatic breakup he becomes drug-addicted and suicidal because he longs to return to the island to save everyone left behind, and return to his relationship with Kate. He returns to the island and appears in 1977 with Kate and Hurley, and they all join the Dharma Initiative.
Elizabeth "Libby" Smith[13] Cynthia Watros 2 4, 6[8] 19
Libby is a tail section survivor. Prior to the crash of 815, she met Desmond and gave him her late-husband David's boat for the around the world race that ended with Desmond crashing on the island. She is also revealed to have been a patient in the same mental institution at the same time as Hurley. She becomes romantically involved with Hurley. She is shot to death by Michael after accidentally witnessing Ana Lucia's death.
Miles Straume Ken Leung 4, 5, 6 28
Miles is a spiritualist hired by Charles Widmore to go to the Island. He has the ability to read the final thoughts of the deceased. He has the most cutting wit out of the Kahana away team members, earning him a comparison to Sawyer by Hurley. It is later revealed that he is the son of Dr. Pierre Chang.

Supporting characters

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Minor Oceanic 815 crash survivors

Name Actor/Actress Season(s) Episode count
Aaron Various; William Blanchette (Toddler version) 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 50
Aaron is the son of Claire Littleton and her former boyfriend Thomas. Aaron is born on the island and leaves it, then being raised by Kate with the public perceiving the baby to be hers, to follow along with their version of what happened on the island. (Over fifty male and female blonde-haired, blue-eyed babies portrayed Aaron during the first three seasons.[14])
Leslie Arzt Daniel Roebuck 1, 3, 6 9
Dr. Leslie Arzt is a junior high school science teacher, who crashes with the fuselage survivors and keeps a collection of native fauna in various jars. Almost all characters continue to pronounce his name "Arts" even though he repeatedly corrects them. Arzt complains about not being included in the various missions of Jack and Locke, finally joining them on a trip to the Black Rock. He dies ironically when a stick of dynamite spontaneously explodes in his hand while he lectures Jack, Locke, Kate and Hurley on how to safely handle it. In the alternate timeline, he is working at the school where he helps Ben to expose the principal of his actions.
Cindy Chandler Kimberley Joseph 1, 2, 3, 6 14
Cindy Chandler is an Australian Oceanic Airlines stewardess dating the Flight 815 passenger Gary Troup. She crashes with the tail-section survivors and is taken by the Others in the second season during the journey to the fuselage survivors' camp. Cindy lives comfortably with the Others following her abduction.
Emma and Zach Kiersten Havelock and Mickey Graue 2, 3, 6 6
Emma and Zach are two sibling children from the tail section of the plane who live under the care of the Others, following the pair's kidnapping.
Rose Henderson Nadler L. Scott Caldwell 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 23
A woman with terminal cancer from the Bronx, New York, Rose Henderson-Nadler marries Bernard less than a year before the crash. She lives with the fuselage survivors and reunites with Bernard in season two. She opts to return to the beach at the beginning of season four when the survivors contact the freighter. She and Bernard are last found to have traveled back in time to 1977 after the island skips around in time.
Scott Jackson and Steve Jenkins Christian Bowman and Dustin Watchman 1, 2, 3, 5 12
Scott Jackson and Steve Jenkins crash with the fuselage survivors. They are regularly confused with each other, even after one of them (Scott) is killed in the first season by Ethan. In season five, Steve and the remaining minor Flight 815 castaways are killed by a fire arrow attack right before the island jumps in time.
Edward Mars Fredric Lane 1, 2, 3, 6 12
Edward Mars is a U.S. marshal who is obsessed with capturing Kate, finally apprehending her in Australia. He is critically injured during the crash and dies in the third episode. In the alternate timeline, Kate escaped from him at LAX after knocking him unconscious and using his gun to hijack a taxi.
Bernard Nadler Sam Anderson 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 23
An American dentist, Dr. Bernard Nadler weds Rose Henderson less than one year prior to the crash. He crashes with the tail section survivors, but joins the fuselage survivors in season two. Bernard stays with the majority of the group after some of the freighter crew arrive. He and Rose are last found to have travelled back in time to 1977 after the island skips around in time. Together they choose to live alone on the beach, avoiding both Dharma and the Others.
Seth Norris Greg Grunberg 1, 4, 6[15] 3
Seth Norris is the pilot of the airplane (Flight 815) which crashes on the island. He is found in the cockpit in the first episode by Jack, Kate and Charlie and soon after is killed by "the Monster."
Gary Troup Laird Granger and Frank Torres Lost Experience 2
Gary Troup is the New York author of the metafictional novel, Bad Twin[16] Gary Troup is Cindy's lover. He dies when he is sucked into the plane's turbine immediately after the plane crash.[17]
Vincent Madison[18][19] and Pono[20] 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 41
Vincent is Walt's yellow Labrador retriever, who is originally owned by Walt's stepfather, Brian Porter. He is left behind on the Island when Michael and Walt leave. He is given to Shannon by Walt and remains under her care until she is killed. He is later seen accompanying Sun. After the timeshifts and an attack on the survivors, Vincent ends up with Rose and Benard in 1974. All three make a new home in the jungle and are found three years later by Sawyer, Juliet and Kate.
Neil "Frogurt" Sean Whalen 5, 6 4
Neil is first mentioned when Bernard is trying to make an S.O.S sign out of rocks. He is first seen in the mobisode "The Adventures of Hurley and Frogurt". He first appears in the TV series in the season 5 premiere, "Because You Left" and "The Lie". He is on the Zodiac raft with Daniel Faraday when the island shifts in time. He is killed in 1954 when he is shot by flaming arrows in the chest and back.

The Others

Name Actor/Actress Season(s) Episode count
Alex Rousseau Tania Raymonde 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 20
Alexandra Rousseau is Danielle Rousseau's daughter who is abducted by the Others sixteen years prior to the crash of Flight 815. Ben is sent by Widmore to kill Danielle and her daughter, but he is unable to bring himself to do so, and ends up raising Alex as his own instead. She aids the crash survivors in various escapes and eventually defects from the Others. She dates Karl, though Ben tries to keep them apart, due to the fact that she would die if she became pregnant. She is later kidnapped and executed by Keamy in front of Ben.
Mikhail Bakunin Andrew Divoff 3 8
Mikhail Bakunin lives and works at the Flame Dharma station, and is responsible for the Others' communication with the outside world. He is notable for his one eye, and usually wears a black eye-patch. He is responsible for Charlie's death, blowing a hole in the side of the underwater Looking Glass Station, drowning Charlie inside and killing himself in the process.
Karl Martin Blake Bashoff 3, 4 11
Karl Martin is Alex's boyfriend. In an attempt to prevent Karl from impregnating Alex, Ben imprisons him until he is rescued by Kate and Sawyer. Later, he joins the plane crash survivors, and is able to warn them of an impending raid by the Others. He is killed by the mercenaries from the Kahana in season four.
Bea Klugh April Grace 2, 3 3
Beatrice Klugh visits Michael during his forced stay with the Others and is present when they capture Jack, Kate and Sawyer. In season three, at the Dharma Flame station, she is found by Sayid, Locke and Kate and has Mikhail kill her to prevent her from being the survivors' prisoner.
Dogen Hiroyuki Sanada 6 4
Dogen is one of the leaders of the Others living in the Temple. He speaks Japanese, but knows English. According to Dogen, he does not like "the taste of the English words" and so he uses an interpreter. He tries to have Sayid killed because of the "infection" that was claiming Sayid, but Sayid murders him. Before coming to the Island, he was a banker, but when he got his son in a near fatal accident when driving drunk, Jacob offered to save him if Dogen came to the Island.
Jacob Mark Pellegrino 5, 6 5
Jacob is the Others' highest authority and has resided on the island for several hundred years, residing underneath the four-toed statue. He is the protector of the Island according to the Monster. He is able to visit various Flight 815 survivors prior to their arrival. Ben initially pretends he can contact Jacob, but later reveals he was lying out of embarrassment for his inability to contact Jacob despite being his agent. The mysterious figure seen in Jacob's cabin at one point was presumed to be Jacob, but it was later revealed that the being in question might be Jacob's rival, who has lived on the island for just as long and has been manipulating events to ensure Jacob's downfall. Jacob's rival, who seems to be able to appear in the forms of deceased bodies on the island, such as Locke, eventually manipulates Ben into killing the real Jacob, whose body is then burnt. Jacob returns as a ghost on the island and communicates with Hurley.
Danny Pickett Michael Bowen 2, 3 7
Danny Pickett is a violent member of the Others who supervises Kate and Sawyer while they are imprisoned. He is married to another Other named Colleen, who is shot by Sun. Enraged, Pickett takes his anger out on Sawyer, and nearly kills him before Juliet intervenes and shoots Pickett.
Ethan Rom William Mapother 1, 2, 3, 5, 6 14
Dr. Ethan Rom is the child of Amy and Horace Goodspeed, and grew up in the Dharma Initiative in the 1970s. After the organization is purged by the Others, Ethan joins the latter group. When Flight 815 crashes on the island, he poses as a fuselage survivor until he is exposed by Hurley, at which point he abducts Claire and Charlie, unsuccessfully attempting to murder the latter. Claire is rescued, and Charlie then kills Ethan in "Homecoming". His name is an anagram of "Other Man"[21] In the alternate timeline depicted in Season 6, Ethan adopts his parents' last name and is a doctor in Los Angeles who attends Claire during her pregnancy.
Goodwin Stanhope Brett Cullen 2, 3, 4 5
Goodwin Stanhope is married to the Others' therapist, Harper Stanhope. He has an affair with Juliet, which dismays Ben because he too is in love with Juliet. Out of jealousy, Ben sends Goodwin on a mission to infiltrate the tail section survivors, knowing the dangers Goodwin will face. When Goodwin's identity is indeed discovered, Ana Lucia confronts and kills him.
Lennon John Hawkes 6 3
Lennon is one of the Others taking refuge in the Temple. He acts as translator for Dogen and was killed by Sayid when he ignored the ultimatum brought forth by The Man in Black.
Tom Friendly M. C. Gainey 1, 2, 3, 4 20
Tom Friendly is the first Other that the Flight 815 survivors meet, when he abducts Walt from the raft. He later acts as a liaison, wearing a fake beard to disguise the Others as hillbillies. After Michael leaves the island Tom recruits him as a spy on Widmore's freighter. He's shot and killed by Sawyer in the climax of season three. In episode "Meet Kevin Johnson" he is revealed to be gay.
Eloise Hawking Fionnula Flanagan (old), Alice Evans (middle age), Alexandra Krosney (young adult) 3, 5, 6[22] 8
Eloise Hawking is the caretaker of the L.A.-based Dharma station known as the Lamp Post, which can track the location of the island. Before she is revealed as such, she is introduced as a jewellery store employee who urges Desmond not to marry Penny, and explains the nature of time travel to him. Later, in the monastery that Desmond briefly lives in, she also appears in a photograph in the head monk's office. Eloise is the mother of Daniel Faraday, the father being Charles Widmore, and like Widmore was formerly a member of the Others. The rat which Daniel trains to run a maze in Desmond's presence is named after her. She instructs Jack, Sun, and Ben on how to get back to the island. In 1977, she is responsible for the death of her own son, having shot him in the back while he was brandishing a gun at Richard Alpert.

Dharma Initiative members

Name Actor/Actress Season(s) Episode count
Amy Reiko Aylesworth 5 3
A member of the Dharma Initiative whose husband was murdered by the Hostiles. Sawyer and Juliet intervened and saved Amy's life. Three years later, Amy was married to Horace Goodspeed and pregnant with his child. When complications arose during the delivery, Juliet was forced to step in and deliver the child, a boy named Ethan.
Phil Patrick Fischler 5, 6 10
Phil is a subordinate of Sawyer (under the alias LaFleur) and works as a security personnel for the Dharma Initiative. Phil discovers that Sawyer and Kate handed a young Ben over to the Hostiles, so Sawyer ties him up in his house. He is discovered by Radzinsky and assists in trying to extract information from Sawyer by punching Juliet. Phil is killed during the incident at the Swan Station, when, during a last minute attempt to get payback by killing Sawyer, several pieces of rebar are dragged by the electromagnetic energy and impale him.
Pierre Chang François Chau[23] 2, 3, 4, 5 15
He is the scientist in the Dharma Initiative orientation films, who also goes by the names Marvin Candle, Mark Wickmund, and Edgar Halliwax. He appears as an actual character in season 5, where it is revealed that he is the father of Miles Straume. Daniel Faraday convinces him that his group is from the future, and gets him to stop the drilling at the Swan Station. Radzinsky, however, overrules him, and Chang's arm is injured when the electromagnetic energy is released. Miles saves his father's life when his arm is crushed underneath a metal component.
Gerald and Karen DeGroot Michael Gilday and Courtney Lavigne 2 4
A couple, Doctoral candidates of the University of Michigan, who received funding by the Hanso Foundation in 1970 to create and operate the Dharma Initiative on the island.
Horace Goodspeed Doug Hutchison 3, 4, 5 7
The leader of the Dharma Initiative on the island during the 1970s. He is first seen assisting Roger Linus after his son Ben's birth, and he eventually recruits Roger into the Dharma Initiative. Later, Horace is romantically involved with Amy, with whom he fathers a child, a baby named Ethan. Horace also maintains diplomatic relations with the Others, led by Richard Alpert. Horace dies during the Purge, an event during which the Others kill the majority of the Dharma Initiative using poison gas, but he appears to John in a vision many years later.
Alvar Hanso Ian Patrick Williams 2 1
A former arms salesman and manufacturer, he is the enigmatic Danish leader of the Hanso Foundation. Hanso can be seen in the show via the orientation film in "Orientation". When Widmore is seen bidding on the Black Rock's ship's log, the log is said to have some connection to the Hanso family.
Kelvin Joe Inman Clancy Brown 2 3
Kelvin is an intelligence operative for the United States government, and responsible for making Sayid torture his former commander in Iraq. Later, Kelvin joins the Dharma Initiative, and operates the Swan Station until Desmond accidentally kills him.
Roger Linus Jon Gries 3, 5, 6 7
Ben's alcoholic father and an employee of the Dharma Initiative. He is distant and cruel to Ben, often ridiculing him for indirectly killing his mother during childbirth, and physically abuses him. Ben later kills him in the Purge. Hurley discovers his corpse in a blue VW van in "Tricia Tanaka Is Dead". In sideways 2004 Roger is living with his son Ben in Los Angeles and is breathing off an oxygen tank apparently suffering from emphysema in "Dr. Linus".
Stuart Radzinsky Eric Lange 5 7
Radzinsky is head of research for the Dharma Initiative. In the 70s he worked in the Flame and designed the Swan. Years later he would live in the Swan and press the button every 108 minutes with Kelvin Joe Inman. Kelvin claimed that Radzinsky killed himself by putting a shotgun in his mouth. Secretive, testy with everyone he encounters and trigger happy, Radzinsky is a control freak.

Widmore and employees

Name Actor/Actress Season(s) Episode count
Charles Widmore Alan Dale (old); Tom Connolly (young); David S. Lee (middle age) 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 15
A wealthy industrialist, Widmore is the father of Penelope Widmore and benefactor of Daniel Faraday (later revealed to be his son with Eloise Hawking). Widmore is Ben's predecessor as leader of the Others on the island. He is exiled by Ben, who claims that Widmore is an enemy of the people on the island. Widmore admits to Daniel Faraday that he staged the find of the false plane wreckage of Oceanic 815, and he sends the freighter Kahana to the Island in order to find and capture Ben, which is unsuccessful. Widmore disapproves of his daughter's relationship with Desmond Hume and is estranged from her. However, when Desmond is searching for Eloise Hawking, it is Widmore who informs him of her location in Los Angeles. He is still actively searching for the Island and tries to assist Locke in reuniting the Oceanic Six into going back to the Island.
Penelope "Penny" Widmore Sonya Walger 2, 3, 4, 5 12
Penny is Desmond's wife and the estranged daughter of Charles Widmore, as well as the half sister to Daniel Faraday. Before Desmond went missing and crashed on the island she was his long time girlfriend, although they broke up shortly before. Nevertheless, Penny searched for any sign of him and was alerted to his location when the Swan DHARMA station exploded at the end of season two. At the end of season three she was able to communicate briefly with Charlie after the jamming of communications from the island was lifted. When Desmond made contact with Penelope during "The Constant" the communication was garbled just as she began to tell how she knew of the Island, but confirmed she knew of it. She was able to rescue Desmond, the Oceanic Six and Frank by boat at the end of season four. Desmond and Penny then married and proceeded to have a son, whom they also named Charlie. Ben Linus hunts Penelope down with intent to kill her in retaliation for his own daughter's death indirectly at the hands of Charles Widmore, but he changes heart when he sees she is now a mother.
Matthew Abaddon Lance Reddick 4, 5 4
Matthew Abaddon works for Widmore by "helping people get to where they're supposed to be". He is responsible for Locke going on his walkabout which ultimately leads him to the Island. After the crash, Matthew hires Naomi, Miles, Faraday, Charlotte, and Lapidus to go to the Island via the freighter Kahana. He visits Hurley at the mental institution after the Oceanic 6 rescue and tries to gather information on where the other survivors are. Matthew acts as a chauffeur for Locke after he leaves the Island, helping him in his mission to convince the Oceanic 6 to return to the Island. During Locke's mission, Matthew is shot dead by Ben who claims that he is a "dangerous person."
Naomi Dorrit Marsha Thomason 3, 4, 5 12
Recruited by Matthew Abaddon and employed by Charles Widmore, Naomi is the leader of the group on a mission to capture Ben Linus and remove him from the island. She is the first to arrive on the island and tells the Oceanic survivors of the freighter Kahana. While she claims she is there to rescue Desmond Hume, her true mission is later revealed. Naomi dies of her wounds after Locke throws a knife into her back.
Martin Keamy Kevin Durand 4, 5, 6 11
Martin Keamy is the lead mercenary on the Kahana and is a former Marine. Keamy leads a team onto the island to find Ben, killing Karl and Danielle Rousseau and later executing Alex in front of Ben. Keamy eventually tracks Ben down and is stabbed to death by him. His death causes the freighter to explode via a fail-deadly switch which monitors his heartbeat.
Captain Gault Grant Bowler 4 3
Gault (first name unknown) is the captain of the freighter Kahana sent by Widmore to find the island and Benjamin Linus. He is originally seen as antagonistic and untrustworthy, but he later becomes an ally of Desmond and Sayid, allowing them the freighter's zodiac boat to ferry castaways from the island to the freighter after he becomes concerned at the lengths Keamy is willing to go to secure Ben. He is shot dead by Keamy after he confronts Keamy at gunpoint in "Cabin Fever".

Miscellaneous characters

Name Actor/Actress Season(s) Episode count
Anthony Cooper Kevin Tighe 1, 2, 3 5
Anthony Cooper is a ruthless con man, John Locke's biological father and the man who conned Sawyer's parents, leading to their deaths. Cooper cons Locke into donating a kidney to him before abandoning him. He later comes to make amends with Locke when he convinces Locke to help him retrieve money he owes to a couple of heavies. When Locke begins to interfere with one of his schemes, Cooper pushes Locke out of an eighth-story window, paralyzing him. Cooper is later brought to the Island by the Others, and Sawyer kills him as revenge for the death of his parents. In the season six episode "the Substitute", it is implied he may be alive and have a better relationship with his son in the alternate timeline. He is named after Anthony Ashley-Cooper, 1st Earl of Shaftesbury, the mentor of the philosopher John Locke.[24]
Bram Brad William Henke 5, 6 7
Bram is a mysterious person who seems to oppose Widmore's organization. He appeared to Miles in 2004 and asked him not to go to the island. Bram is also onboard Ajira Flight 316 and has an unknown tie with Ilana. They've both asked the enigmatic question, "What lies in the shadow of the statue?" Bram was killed by Jacob's nemesis in the form of the smoke monster.
Caesar Saïd Taghmaoui 5 4
Caesar boards the Ajira Flight 316 along with the returning Oceanic survivors, and when the plane makes an emergency landing on the Hydra Island, he interacts with Ben, Frank, Locke and Ilana. He finds a sawed-off shotgun in Ben's old office and shows it to Ben, who later steals the weapon and uses it to shoot Caesar.
Diane Janssen Beth Broderick 1, 2, 3, 4 5
The estranged mother of Kate, she turns Kate in to the police after Kate kills Diane's husband and Kate's father, Wayne. Diane never forgives Kate, but decides not to testify at Kate's trial once Kate returns home as part of the Oceanic Six.
Nour Abbed (Nadia) Jazeem Andrea Gabriel 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 6
Nour Abbed Jazeem, a childhood friend of Sayid's, becomes involved in an insurgency opposed to Saddam Hussein. Nadia is imprisoned and interrogated by Sayid, but he lets her escape. She travels to the West, and in doing so comes in contact with both Charlie and Locke. When Sayid leaves the island, they get married, but shortly after she is murdered.
Jae Lee Tony Lee 2, 3 3
After teaching Sun English, Jae Lee has an affair with her and as a result, her father sends Jin to kill him. Jin instead tells him to leave Korea forever, but Jae commits suicide by jumping from his apartment building.[25]
The Monster Titus Welliver; Terry O'Quinn (in Locke's form); Various 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
The Monster is a force on the Island, a longtime acquaintance of Jacob, and one of the main antagonists of the series. The Monster can take a human appearance, and takes offense at being called a Monster by Ben. The Monster does not like the fact that Jacob has brought people to the Island and wishes to kill him for reasons unknown. According to Rousseau and Ben, the Monster serves as a security system and judge to the Island. The Monster can manifest itself into multiple forms and easily manipulate all those around him. The monster cannot penetrate the DHARMA sonar fence, or go through the ash which surrounds Jacob's cabin. Due to unknown rules, he can not kill Jacob personally. In order to kill Jacob, the Monster manipulates Ben by impersonating Locke and Ben's daughter, and eventually convinces Ben to kill Jacob. When not in human form, the Monster takes the form of a cloud of Black Smoke.
Cassidy Phillips Kim Dickens 2, 3, 5 4
Cassidy is a recently divorced woman who Sawyer cons, even though he loves her. Cassidy then goes to Iowa and accidentally meets Kate. Cassidy later has Sawyer arrested and visits him in jail, where she tells him they have a daughter together - Clementine. After Kate returns from the Island, she tells Cassidy the truth about everything that happened on the Island and gives her some of her settlement money from Oceanic Airlines, in order for Kate to keep her promise she made to Sawyer, to look after Clementine.
Danielle Rousseau Mira Furlan; Melissa Farman (younger) 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 25
Danielle Rousseau is a member of a multi-national scientific research expedition whose boat breaks down and who become stranded on the island in 1988. She records a SOS message (in her native French) that continually repeats for sixteen years, until the crash of Flight 815. Pregnant when she arrives on the island, and slowly becoming mad, she gives birth to Alex after killing her team because they had gotten "sick" as a result of contact with the monster, though Danielle later comes to blame the Others. Baby Alex is kidnapped soon after by the Others. Rousseau, having been found by Sayid living in seclusion, occasionally helps the Flight 815 survivors. She is shot and killed in an ambush along with Karl while leading Alex to the Temple on Ben's orders. In the fifth season, Jin, who has traveled back in time, meets Rousseau and her crew after he drifts to the Island on the wreckage of the exploded freighter.
Christian Shephard John Terry 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 18
Christian Shephard, Jack's father, works as the chief of surgery at St. Sebastian Hospital. He loses his medical license when Jack reveals to the authorities that Christian performed surgery on a pregnant woman while drunk, causing her death. Christian then heads to Australia with Ana Lucia in tow to hunt down his daughter Claire, whom he is subsequently barred from seeing. He dies in Australia after days of drinking, after having first met and having a heart-to-heart with Sawyer. His body is being brought back to L.A. by Jack for his funeral when the plane crashes, but when the coffin is later recovered on the Island, it is mysteriously empty. Christian has appeared multiple times on the Island to many different characters, including Jack, Claire, Locke, Hurley, Miles, Michael and even Vincent. He is connected somehow to either Jacob or Jacob's rival, a connection that became less clear when it was revealed that Jacob, whose cabin Christian had been seen in, hadn't actually been at the cabin for some time, but somebody else had. Christian also appears in the well when John is trying to move the island. After the Ajira flight crash, he also advises Sun and Frank that Jin and the others left behind, are now living in 1977.
Sarah Shephard Julie Bowen 1, 2, 3 5
Sarah is involved in a car crash with Shannon's father. Jack performs surgery on her, but informs her that she will never walk again. However, she is miraculously healed. They fall in love and marry, but some time later, Sarah has an affair and divorces Jack. Sometime after the crash survivors are rescued, it is revealed that she is pregnant.

Minor recurring off-island characters

Name Actor/Actress Main character crossover(s) Episode count
Sam Austen Lindsey Ginter Kate's stepfather, Sayid's captor 2
Tom Brennan Mackenzie Astin (adult)
Tanner Maguire (child)
Kate's high school sweetheart 2
Rachel Carlson Robin Weigert (adult)
Savannah Lathem (child)
Juliet's sister 3
Teresa Cortez Rachel Ticotin Ana Lucia's mother and boss 2
Chrissy Meilinda Soerjoko Some crash survivors' ticket agent 3
JD John Dixon Flight attendant in the Oceanic 815 3
Charlie Hume Marvin DeFreitas Desmond and Penny's son 3
Wayne Janssen James Horan Kate's biological father 1
Omer Jarrah Cas Anvar (adult)
Xavier Raabe-Manupule (child)
Sayid's brother 2
Mary Jo Brittany Perrineau Sawyer's girlfriend, Hurley's lottery vendor 3
Mr. Kwon John Shin Jin's father, Sun's father-in-law 2
Carole Littleton Susan Duerden Claire's mother, Aaron's grandmother 4
Lindsey Littleton Gabrielle Fitzpatrick Claire's aunt 2
Susan Lloyd Tamara Taylor Michael's girlfriend, Walt's mother 2
Emily Annabeth Locke Swoosie Kurtz (adult)
Holland Roden (teenager)
Locke's mother 2
Richard Malkin Nick Jameson Claire's psychic, Mr. Eko's acquaintance 2
Jason McCormack Aaron Gold Ana Lucia's attacker and later victim 2
Michael's mother Starletta DuPois Michael's mother, Walt's grandmother 2
Michelle Michelle Arthur Flight attendant in the Oceanic 815 3
Randy Nations Billy Ray Gallion Locke's supervisor, Hurley's former supervisor 5
Helen Norwood Katey Sagal Locke's former girlfriend 3
Nurse Julie Ow Locke (nurse), Jack's co-worker 2
Liam Pace Neil Hopkins (older),
Zack Shada (younger)
Charlie's elder brother 4
Megan Pace Multiple Charlie's niece 2
Simon Pace Robin Atkin Downes,
John Henry Canavan
Charlie's father 2
Ji Yeon Kwon Jaymie Kim Sun and Jin's daughter 3
Mr. Paik Byron Chung Sun's father, Jin's employer and father-in-law 4
Mrs. Paik June Kyoko Lu Sun's mother 4
Carmen Reyes Lillian Hurst Hurley's mother 5
David Reyes Cheech Marin Hurley's father 3
Adam Rutherford Uncredited Shannon's father, Boone's stepfather, Jack's patient and the perpetrator of his future wife's car accident 1
Margo Shephard Veronica Hamel Jack's mother 3
Marc Silverman Zack Ward (older) Jack's friend 2
Leonard Simms Ron Bottitta Hurley's friend 2
Big Mike Walton Michael Cudlitz Ana Lucia's partner, Hurley's interrogator 2
Yemi Adetokumboh M'Cormack Mr. Eko's brother 4

Reception

Entertainment Weekly praises the show's fourth season for its "captivating minor characters (tortured Sayid, scheming Juliet, savvy Ben)".[26] In May 2006, McFarlane Toys announced recurring lines of character action figures[27] and released the first series in November 2006, with the second series being released July 2007. Furthermore, ABC sells a myriad of Lost merchandise in their online store, including clothing, jewelry and other collectibles.[28]

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