Lost Star Who Quit Wants To Return To The Show

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British actor Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje is keen to get Lost again after quitting the hit desert island drama to mourn his dead parents.
The star, who played Mr. Eko on the show, asked producers to release him from his contract in 2006, so he could leave Hawaii - where the drama is filmed - and return home to England.
He tells TV Guide magazine, "It was a very traumatic year."
But Akinnuoye-Agbaje is now hoping the show's creators will give him and his character a second chance.
He adds, "To be able to give that rich character some completion would be nice."


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