LOST Spoilers - DarkUFO

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When Eric Lange finds his way back home for the holidays later this year, he plans to fulfill three needs — eating some Skyline chili, a LaRosa's pizza and a Richard's steak sandwich.

Currently, however, the 1991 Fairfield graduate is "Lost" in Hawaii. Lange debuted last week in one of his "meatiest" roles — the first of seven scheduled appearances on ABC's "Lost."

"I just went in and auditioned," Lange said. "You go in and you read, and they send the tape off to the producers and say you have the job or you don't."

A couple days after his audition, he got the call to say he will be playing Stuart Radzinsky. A couple days after that call in November, he was on his way to the set in Hawaii.

"It happens pretty quickly," he said.

Radzinsky had originally been mentioned in the show's second season. He was the man who drew the "Blast Door Map," — something familiar to the show's longtime fans.

They are currently shooting the season finale.

Lange had been in single episodes of various television shows, including "Criminal Minds," "CSI" and "Entourage." He's had a few small recurring roles on the shows "LAX" and "The Bold and the Beautiful." He said "Lost" is the biggest part in his career.

"It's like working on a big movie that's actually a television show," he said. "It's a nice part, but the scope of the show is just so big and the popularity of it's such ... it's definitely the most high-profile thing I've done."

Lange had been a fan of the show since it started and remembered saying he would love to be a part of it.

"To be able to work on something in a capacity like this, it's a dream job," Lange said. "It really is. It's one of the most exciting things I've done."

But beyond the two-hour season finale of "Lost," Lange said he isn't sure.

"I'm just trying to ride this out and enjoy every moment of it," he said.

"Lost" airs 9 p.m. Wednesdays on ABC.

Source: MiddleTown Journal

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