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Even after the last half-decade of being LOST’s “Kate,” Eve Lilly seems pretty much as she was when she first got onto the LOST roller-coaster ride. It’s like if you had two [brothers] and had to decide which of them you’d like to [do].” “If I were to tell you that Sandra Miggum and Henry Pickett are dating, would you ever care? ” “They’ve seen that I haven’t picked up on the opportunity to become a big movie star.
People seem to have a problem with her attitude based on the 50-something comments about “What Eve Said,” but she’s very candid and let’s face it, the quotes are out of context and even more importantly, you have to take these things (magazine interviews) with a grain of salt, sometimes a large grain. They’re completely fictional, so you don’t know them. I think they’re starting to be convinced that I’m not full of shit, and this is who I really am.
Initial ambivalence about the part of Kate on LOST: “I kind of didn’t want it. A dramatic Gilligan’s Island.’ Turns out it was fucking brilliant.” “The show was a rare opportunity but there were ulterior motives. My producer Bryan Burk is always like, ‘MY God, the opportunities you have!
I actually said, ‘That seems like a really crap script.’ Because we never saw the entire script, just little pieces. I knew if I did this for five or six years, what it would result in. ’ It frustrates him that they’ve given me this chance to become the next Angelia Jolie [and I haven’t gone after it].
The good that I have been able to do has been worth the sacrifice. It’s my day job.” “All I want to know are the character arcs. Sure, I’d love to be her, but just the [humanitarian] side.” “That happens when you have a lot of good things in your life.
In high school, people wanted to find the worst in me. My family didn’t have a lot of money, and I’m grateful for that.
I was a good student, I was good at soccer, I was vice president of the student council, I was a pretty girl. I’ve had to find my sanity.” “I didn’t grow up in a home that glorified Hollywood. Money is the longest route to happiness.” “The people on my mom’s side of the family are atheist intellectuals who are uber-proper.
It was easy for people to look at me and say ‘Fuck you.’ That’s what happens in Hollywood. Somebody could take a picture of me from across the room and I would feel like I wanted to rip their face off…I [realized I] needed to deal with it because this is my job. My dad’s side of the family are missionaries who are most comfortable sitting around in sweatpants than they are in a five-star restaurant. My heart is in helping people and in the less materialistic side of things, but there’s the side of me that’s more polished.
But right now, I’m happy doing a job that’s not my ultimate dream.
Even if you’re unhappy, just pretend that you’re happy.
Eventually, your smile will be contagious to yourself.
I had to learn that I used to think, ‘I’m being fake,’ but you know what?
Better to be fake and happy than real and miserable.” “After the first season of the show.