Gross Indecency Star Lands Role on ABC-TV's "Lost"

News   Gross Indecency Star Lands Role on ABC-TV's "Lost"
Emmy Award winner Michael Emerson, who portrayed Oscar Wilde in Off-Broadway's Gross Indecency, has landed a recurring role on the hit ABC-TV series "Lost."

Emerson, according to a spokesperson for the actor, will begin his "Lost" stint on the Feb. 15 broadcast. Emerson is scheduled to appear in at least six additional episodes. "Lost" airs Wednesdays at 9 PM ET on ABC-TV; check local listings. Michael Emerson won a 2001 Emmy Award for Best Guest Actor for his work as serial killer William Hinks on "The Practice." He was most recently seen onstage in the New York Theatre Workshop's production of Bach at Leipzig. His other stage credits include Gross Indecency and the Broadway revivals of Hedda Gabler and The Iceman Cometh.

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