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lenaguffi:

Terry ♥

lenaguffi:

Terry ♥

Reblogged from ichaboo (Originally from lenaguffi)


Reblogged from iwantmykidneyback

I think Carlton or Damon said, “You’re going to die. But don’t worry, you’re not dead.”

Terry O’Quinn

(Source: New York Magazine)


fuckyeahlost:

Update: NBC has picked up the Michael Emerson / Terry O’Quinn show!
In less than an hour, J.J.’s Undercovers premieres on NBC. (And don’t forget that Henry Ian Cusick will be on L&O: SVU after that!) Within the last hour, news broke that they’ve picked up the show and given it a pilot commitment.
We’re one big step closer to this happening!

OH MY GOSH.

fuckyeahlost:

Update: NBC has picked up the Michael Emerson / Terry O’Quinn show!

In less than an hour, J.J.’s Undercovers premieres on NBC. (And don’t forget that Henry Ian Cusick will be on L&O: SVU after that!) Within the last hour, news broke that they’ve picked up the show and given it a pilot commitment.

We’re one big step closer to this happening!

OH MY GOSH.

Reblogged from fuckyeahlost

J.J. Abrams is pitching a Terry-Michael show!

Forget Rizzoli & Isles: Are you ready for Linus & Locke? In news that could cause the Lost fan base to have a synchronized aneurysm, Vulture hears that last week, J.J. Abrams and frequent collaborators Josh Appelbaum and Andre Nemec (Alias, Mission: Impossible 4) began pitching a comedic drama to the networks that would have Michael Emerson and Terry O’Quinn — a.k.a. Benjamin Linus and John Locke/Smokey — playing former black-ops agents.

The idea of Emerson and O’Quinn reuniting isn’t completely new: In February, the duo told TV guide magazine that they were looking to put together a post-Lost TV project for themselves; the rumors were revived again last month when Emerson repeated his hopes for a new show while doing publicity for the Lost full-series DVD collection. Still, all the talk seemed to be in the realm of “maybe one day.” Turns out plans for a show are very real and very active — and the involvement of Abrams and other Bad Robot types means there’s a really good chance the project will soon find a home.

As always with all things Abrams, details are sketchy, but insiders said the potential show — which we’ve heard carries the working title Odd Jobs — would have a dose of humor. It’s not clear whether Appelbaum and Nemec will include any elements of an idea floated by O’Quinn last winter that had the two former Lost-mates serving as suburban hit men.

(article here)


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Reblogged from toisengardtoisengard (Originally from kissmejames-deactivated20110826)

Behind the scenes of Dr. Linus

Behind the scenes of Dr. Linus


I dare you to name one thing not to love about this picture.

I dare you to name one thing not to love about this picture.


Obviously I wish that Ian was shirtless too.

Obviously I wish that Ian was shirtless too.


Cast Trivia - Terry O’Quinn
He was born Terrance Quinn, but added the ‘O’ to his last name because a registered actor already had the name Terry Quinn.
He is the seventh of eleven siblings.
He has been balding since his early 20s, and has appeared with a partially or entirely shaved head in most of his films.
He did not have to audition for Lost, because J.J. Abrams, whom he worked with on Alias, thought of Terry while developing Locke.
He appeared in tv episodes called “Walkabout” in both Lost and the 1996 series Millennium. 
He and his wife Lori have an Irish Terrier named Reggie, and sons named Oliver and Hunter (ages 24 and 26).
To play Locke, he learned how to properly throw and handle knives. 
He has played percussion since high school, and is also a talented guitarist and singer.
Locke’s parents were played by Kevin Tighe and Swoosie Kurtz, who are both only 8 years older than Terry.
He’s said that if he had to play any other character on Lost, he would choose Sawyer.
He was one of People Magazine’s  Sexiest Men Alive in 2006, featured as “Sexy at every age, Age 54”.
Quotes:
DON’T TELL ME WHAT I CAN’T DO!
(on the Locke action figure) “I haven’t seen it. That was never one of dreams to be an action  figure so I don’t know. Somebody asked me if I hoped the action figure  had props and I said yeah, a little gun to shoot himself (laugh). Or if  you get one, buy him and release him in the garden with a little knife  where he can hunt mice.”
(Question: We’ve asked everyone so far who their favorite character is on  the show and they’ve all said Locke. Who is your favorite character?)”Well I’d have to agree with all of them (laughs). I bow  down to their superior intelligence. My favorite character to look at is  Kate.  I mean I love working with Sawyer, I love working with Dominic  Monaghan, I love working with Matthew, I like working with Ian. It’s a  bunch of good actors. My favorite person to greet when I get to work  that would have to be Evangeline. She’s a great hugger.”
"People tell me they like Bad Locke: ‘I like the new dark guy.’ And I  say, ‘Well, that’s good. I’m having fun playing him. I don’t know if  you’re going to like him when it’s all over, but as long as you’re  liking watching.’ It’s amazing to me—what is this love affair we have  with bad guys? With the bad boy in high school, with the anti-hero, et  cetera, et cetera? Because I was always just a very nice boy. I didn’t  get it."
Video:
Singing and playing guitar on MTV in 1989
Eonline interview (with Michael Emerson)
Winning his 2007 Emmy for Lost
The John Locke Rap

Cast Trivia - Terry O’Quinn

  • He was born Terrance Quinn, but added the ‘O’ to his last name because a registered actor already had the name Terry Quinn.
  • He is the seventh of eleven siblings.
  • He has been balding since his early 20s, and has appeared with a partially or entirely shaved head in most of his films.
  • He did not have to audition for Lost, because J.J. Abrams, whom he worked with on Alias, thought of Terry while developing Locke.
  • He appeared in tv episodes called “Walkabout” in both Lost and the 1996 series Millennium
  • He and his wife Lori have an Irish Terrier named Reggie, and sons named Oliver and Hunter (ages 24 and 26).
  • To play Locke, he learned how to properly throw and handle knives.
  • He has played percussion since high school, and is also a talented guitarist and singer.
  • Locke’s parents were played by Kevin Tighe and Swoosie Kurtz, who are both only 8 years older than Terry.
  • He’s said that if he had to play any other character on Lost, he would choose Sawyer.
  • He was one of People Magazine’s Sexiest Men Alive in 2006, featured as “Sexy at every age, Age 54”.

Quotes:

DON’T TELL ME WHAT I CAN’T DO!

(on the Locke action figure) “I haven’t seen it. That was never one of dreams to be an action figure so I don’t know. Somebody asked me if I hoped the action figure had props and I said yeah, a little gun to shoot himself (laugh). Or if you get one, buy him and release him in the garden with a little knife where he can hunt mice.”

(Question: We’ve asked everyone so far who their favorite character is on the show and they’ve all said Locke. Who is your favorite character?)”Well I’d have to agree with all of them (laughs). I bow down to their superior intelligence. My favorite character to look at is Kate. I mean I love working with Sawyer, I love working with Dominic Monaghan, I love working with Matthew, I like working with Ian. It’s a bunch of good actors. My favorite person to greet when I get to work that would have to be Evangeline. She’s a great hugger.”

"People tell me they like Bad Locke: ‘I like the new dark guy.’ And I say, ‘Well, that’s good. I’m having fun playing him. I don’t know if you’re going to like him when it’s all over, but as long as you’re liking watching.’ It’s amazing to me—what is this love affair we have with bad guys? With the bad boy in high school, with the anti-hero, et cetera, et cetera? Because I was always just a very nice boy. I didn’t get it."

Video:


drgiggles:

*insert witty, perverted comment here.

drgiggles:

*insert witty, perverted comment here.

Reblogged from drgiggles

Is it just me…or is Foxy’s discomfort utterly hilarious here?
(video here - at about 1:27)

Is it just me…or is Foxy’s discomfort utterly hilarious here?

(video here - at about 1:27)


 

Terry, Michael and Carrie red carpet interview

Michael: I thought you were a vampire!
Terry: I could have been.