What has Maggie Grace been doing since “Lost”?
—Benjamin Kroll, Daly City, Calif.
Grace, 29, is back on TV in a big way in 2013. She’ll appear in nine out of 11 episodes on the sixth season of Showtime’s “Californication” as Faith, a woman who has been the muse to several rock stars, and who forms a friendship that becomes a deeper relationship with the character of series star David Duchovny. Rumor has it that there is a possibility that her character could be spun off into her own series.
Also on “Californication,” the Columbus, Ohio-born actress reunites with her former “Lost” co-star Jorge Garcia, who plays a drug dealer in a couple of episodes—and someone it turns out that Faith knows from her time with the rock ‘n’ roll bands.
Grace also appeared in the new Fox series, “The Following” as Sarah Fuller, the only woman who survived the killing spree of serial killer Joe Carroll (James Purefoy).
In addition, Grace has had quite the film career in the past few years playing Liam Neeson’s daughter in “Taken” and “Taken 2,” joining the cast of “The Twilight Saga” for “Breaking Dawn” Parts 1 and 2, and starring as the daughter of the president of the United States in “Lockout.”
Coming up, she has roles in the TV movie “When Calls the Heart” and the big-screen feature “Decoding Annie Parker.”
When not acting, Grace spends time working on behalf of Global Green USA.