Is dominic monaghan still dating evangeline lilly
Until she was cast in Lost, her most notable speaking role had been in a commercial for a cheesy Canadian chat line; she had no idea that the word pilot meant anything other than a guy who flies a plane.
When asked once what item she would take if marooned on a deserted island, the former Sunday school teacher didn't answer a gun, a lighter, or a Whole Foods.
"I'm so hopped up on caffeine right now," she says almost regally, suggesting there have been elocution lessons in her past.
"It's very uncouth of me, but that's what I'm doing." In the realm of Hollywood excess, caffeine jitters probably wouldn't set off any couth alarms.
The setup is straightforward: A jumbo jet en route from Sydney, Australia, to Los Angeles flies severely off course and breaks apart midair, dropping 48 surviving passengers on a seemingly deserted island. There are other nonindigenous folks encamped on the island.
They have guns, poor hygiene, and an unsettling habit of abducting children.
Though Matthew Fox, who plays saintly doctor Jack, says he did sit Lilly down to discuss potential problems in getting cozy with a colleague. Nicole Evangeline Lilly was raised Baptist and Mennonite in Fort Saskatchewan, a tiny prairie town in Alberta that dips well below zero degrees in winter.
It also would have been well within the realm of couth for Lilly to have let me fend for myself finding her bungalow, tucked away in the suburban town of Kailua, rather than calling before I left New York with specific driving directions from my Waikiki hotel through the verdant Koolau Mountain range. This is the kind of practicality that you might expect from your nana, not the breakout female star of the goliath series that won six Emmys and helped put ABC back on top in the ratings war.
But if you know anything about Lilly's history, none of this will surprise you.