Kate works on his farm for nearly three months before being handed over to the cops.On the island, Kate is attracted to both Sawyer and Jack, and eventually has a short relationship with Sawyer.At the end of the series he is once again able to age and leaves the Island on the Ajira Flight.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 after being taken in by a farmer, Ray Mullen, who planned and carried out his idea of handing her in for the ,000 reward after seeing her mugshot.After accidentally killing a greedy doctor while seeking medicine for his wife, he was sold into slavery just minutes before his execution.He was imprisoned on the Black Rock as it set sail for the New World.Kimberley Joseph's character, an unnamed flight attendant was originally scripted to be killed off in the pilot, but was brought back in Season 2 with the name Cindy and continued to make guest appearances through to the final season, becoming one of the last handful of Flight 815 survivors. "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.
Partial cast of Lost, from left to right: Daniel, Boone, Miles, Michael, Ana Lucia, Charlotte, Frank, Shannon, Desmond, Eko, Kate, Jack, Sawyer, Locke, Ben, Sayid, Libby, Sun, Jin, Claire, Hurley, Juliet, Charlie, Richard, Bernard, Rose and Vincent Many of the first season roles were a result of the executive producers' liking of various actors.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.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. The series follows the lives of plane crash survivors on a mysterious tropical island, after a commercial passenger jet from the fictional Oceanic Airlines crashes somewhere in the South Pacific.