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Josh Holloway, Daniel Dae Kim, and Henry Ian Cusick enjoy Lost reunion

They were Lost, but now they've been found enjoying a fun-filled Fourth of July weekend. Josh Holloway, Daniel Dae Kim, and Henry Ian Cusick have reunited 12 years after bidding farewell to the mystery drama. On Tuesday, Holloway shared an image of the trio enjoying one another's company in an Instagram post, in which he appears with his former costars.
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'Lost' Stars Daniel Dae Kim, Josh Holloway and Henry Ian Cusick Reunite in New Photo

Josh Holloway gave Lost fans a reason to smile this week by sharing a photo from his recent reunion with co-stars Henry Ian Cusick and Daniel Dae Kim. Fresh Off the Boat executive producer Melvin Mar shared another photo from the small Lost reunion in Hawaii. The Yellowstone star's wife, Yessica Holloway, also shared a photo from the reunion with Cusick and the Scandal star's wife, Annie Cusick.
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Lost Reunion! Daniel Dae Kim, Henry Ian Cusick and Josh Holloway Say 'Aloha'

More than 12 years after Lost said its final goodbye on the small screen, three cast mates proved they still enjoy each other's company!. Josh Holloway, who starred on the ABC mystery-island drama that ran from 2004 to 2010, shared a photo on Instagram Tuesday of himself posing alongside former costars Daniel Dae Kim and Henry Ian Cusick.

Daniel Dae Kim: I Love ‘Friends,’ but Series Was ‘Challenged’ When It Came to Diversity

Click here to read the full article. Daniel Dae Kim is reflecting on the lack of Asian-American representation in Hollywood. The “Lost” icon and “Hawaii Five-O” alum opened up about teaching his children to appreciate when Asian stars are onscreen, in everything from a commercial to blockbuster movies. “When my kids are watching shows, my wife and I always did this natural thing, which was whenever there was an Asian face on screen, to point it out to say, ‘Look,'” Kim told Esquire. “Just by doing that, it kind of created a dynamic where you would notice when you didn’t see it.” One...

‘The Hot Zone: Anthrax’s Daniel Dae Kim & Tony Goldwyn Talk Channeling Personal Experiences For Nat Geo Drama – Contenders TV

Click here to read the full article. The Hot Zone: Anthrax star Daniel Dae Kim said that filming the National Geographic drama during the pandemic “was one of the hardest on-location experiences I’ve ever had in my career.” However, he said that quarantine and closed restaurants helped him and co-star Tony Goldwyn tap into the paranoia and caution of the post-9/11 anthrax attacks in 2001. “Being isolated really allowed me to parallel the character,” Kim, who stars as FBI agent Matthew Ryker, told Deadline’s Matt Grobar during Sunday’s Contenders panel. Contenders TV: Deadline’s Complete Coverage The Hot Zone: Anthrax takes place in 2001, just...

Daniel Dae Kim addresses Asian American invisibility

Actor and activist Daniel Dae Kim ended Cal State Fullerton’s Social Justice Week on March 17 with an informative and intimate conversation about his experiences as an Asian American and how his identity impacted his career within the entertainment industry. This year’s social justice week, hosted by Associated Students...

Laurence Fishburne, Daniel Dae Kim to Star Alongside Kerry Washington in Audible’s ‘Prophecy’ Podcast Drama Series

Laurence Fishburne and Daniel Dae Kim will star alongside Kerry Washington in the upcoming Audible and QCode original podcast drama series “Prophecy.” Washington is also executive producing under her Simpson Street banner, along with head of development Pilar Savone, marking the company’s first Audible original production. Washington announced the casting of Fishburne and Kim in a Variety Streaming Room session Monday providing a behind-the-scenes discussion about the upcoming podcast drama, presented by Audible. Washington was joined by “Prophecy” creator, writer and director Randy McKinnon, executive producer Brian Kavanaugh-Jones, and Audible Studios head Zola Mashariki. The session was moderated by Angelique Jackson, Variety...
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Daniel Dae Kim Net Worth 2021, Age, Height, Weight, Biography, Wiki and Career Details

Wife/Spouse Name: Mia Kim (m. 1993) Profession: Actor, Voice Artist, Producer, Activist. Born as Kim Dae Hyun, Daniel Dae Kim is an American Actor, Voice Artist, and activist. He became internationally famous after playing the role of Jin-Soo Kwon in the movie Lost. He has his own production house named 3AD, and he is the executive producer of the Netflix show named The Good Doctor.

Daniel Dae Kim on ‘The Hot Zone: Anthrax,’ Capturing the Nervous Energy After 9/11, and Playing Fire Lord Ozai in 'ATLA'

With National Geographic’s The Hot Zone: Anthrax airing over three nights starting Sunday, November 28 at 9/8c on National Geographic, and also streaming on Hulu, I recently got to speak with Daniel Dae Kim about making the scientific thriller. Based on true events, the limited series takes place a few weeks after the 9/11 attacks, when someone mailed letters containing anthrax to unsuspecting victims in Florida, Washington, D.C., and New York. The series follows a team of FBI agents and scientists as they try and figure out who was responsible for the attack.

Daniel Dae Kim and Tony Goldwyn on Nat Geo’s ‘The Hot Zone: Anthrax’

Daniel Dae Kim stars as FBI Agent Matthew Ryker in National Geographic's upcoming series THE HOT ZONE: ANTHRAX. (National Geographic/Peter Stranks) The first season of National Geographic Channel’s limited anthology series The Hot Zone — which aired in 2019 and dramatized the efforts of experts to curb an Ebola outbreak — became the network’s most-watched scripted series ever. It returns for Season 2 with six episodes airing over three nights, beginning with two episodes on Sunday, Nov. 28, and continuing with two episodes each on Monday and Tuesday (episodes will also stream on Hulu).

Daniel Dae Kim and Tony Goldwyn are compelling to watch in Nat Geo's otherwise drawn out and dull The Hot Zone: Anthrax

"After tackling the Ebola crisis in its first season, Nat Geo’s anthology drama The Hot Zone returns to reexamine the investigation behind 2001’s Anthrax mailings, which killed five people and infected several more," says Saloni Gajjar. "The six-parter offers a cut-and-dried look at the heinous crimes which took place in the weeks following 9/11. But the narrow approach is drawn out and dull, despite captivating performances from lead duo Daniel Dae Kim and Tony Goldwyn. The Hot Zone: Anthrax makes an effort to touch on a monumental incident that usually gets overshadowed in 9/11 coverage, but it still doesn’t offer a lot of new information. This is a linear retelling of the case through the eyes of FBI agent Matthew Ryker (Kim), an amalgamation of the agents who actually investigated the letters. No time is spent fleshing out the lead character beyond his passion for finding the culprit. Dressed only in sharp suits and a perpetual furrowed brow, Kim can only do so much to save a relatively one-note script."