Actor Finally Found ‘Lost’

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After 13 years of bit parts on TV, Fairfield native Eric Lange has found the biggest role of his career on “Lost.”

The 1991 Fairfield High School graduate and Miami University theater major begins a seven-episode story line tonight as “Radzinsky” (9 p.m., Channels 9, 22).

“What started as two episodes has grown quite a bit,” says Lange, who has appeared in “Criminal Minds,” “ER,” “Burn Notice,” “Entourage,” “Cold Case,” “Boston Legal” and “Ghost Whisperer.”

“They’ve really given me a great character to play. It’s a great, meaty part.”

He can’t say more because of the confidentiality agreement he signed with ABC to appear on the acclaimed five-year-old mystery about survivors of Oceanic Air flight 815 on a Pacific island.

ABC’s cryptic description of today’s episode says: “When some old friends drop in unannounced, Sawyer (Josh Holloway) is forced to further perpetuate his lie in order to protect them.” The guest cast includes a co-pilot (Dan Gauthier) and a photographer (Sven Lindstrom).

Lange also appears in next week’s show, described by ABC this way: “Things begin to unravel when one of the survivors goes rogue and takes matters into their own hands – risking the lives of everyone on the island.”

He’s not in the following two, then returns for the selesai five episodes this season. “Lost” concludes with a two-hour telecast May 13.

Source: Cincinnati News