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'Lost' Stars And Their Children: Josh Holloway Speaks

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Josh Holloway Talks Life After 'Lost.'

With news of Evangeline Lilly being pregnant, it’s hard to believe that it’s almost been a year since Lost went off the air, but actor Josh Holloway tells Parade magazine his life is great.

Holloway and his wife Yessica, along with their 2-year-old daughter Java lived in Hawaii on location for six years before relocating to Los Angeles at the end of the series’ run.

And the Lost actor is keeping himself busy with Wonder Pets marathons with Java by his side.

Here’s an excerpt from the interview:

On being a “nature child:” “My father’s a fanatic for national parks, and every childhood trip was pretty much to national parks. When this opportunity came down the line, I was thrilled. I connect with the message of preserving the parks and ensuring our future generations will be able to enjoy them. I have a two-year-old daughter, so all those things are really coming to fruition for me now.”

On introducing Java to the great outdoors: “I’m going to be taking her all over, but we’ll probably start with Yosemite. I absolutely love Yosemite. That is a beautiful park and it’s right here in California. Also, Grand Teton National Park because we’re in the process of getting our cabin right now in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.”

On his favorite TV shows: “Well, the ones I definitely watch every week are kind of different. They’re Yo Gabba Gabba! and Wonder Pets. That’s what I watch every week. I really don’t have a show since I’ve had my little girl. I don’t have a lot of time for TV, so I’m more of a movie guy now. I rent movies.”

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