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Lilly, who had been a fan of Tolkien's books since she was 13, On July 18, 2013, Lilly debuted the book, titled The Squickerwonkers.The release event was held at the 2013 San Diego Comic-Con International, where she attended a book signing for the work in addition to providing a reading performance.Evangeline Lilly is very happy with her boyfriend and baby daddy of more than three years.According to a friend , Norman Kali is everything Evangeline wants; handsome, strong and buff.The illustrator for the book is Johnny Fraser-Allen of Weta Workshop, a New Zealand-based concept design firm that worked on films including The Hobbit.Lilly stated that the goal was to "make a book that we would like to have read as children and that we would still enjoy as adults today". She has been in four celebrity relationships averaging approximately 3.3 years each.

She came to prominence for her starring role as Kate Austen in the ABC series Lost (2004–10), for which she won a Screen Actors Guild Award and received a Golden Globe Award nomination.

He loves the outdoors and has a great sense of humor. They met on a little show you might have heard of called “Lost”.

She was one of the stars (she played Kate Austen) and he was a production assistant.

I needed someone who you believed had grown up in a man's world.

Bailey needed to have a strength and a toughness that was not at the expense of her being womanly." The character, which does not appear in the original book by Tolkien, was created by Peter Jackson and Fran Walsh as the head of the Elven guard who wields a bow and two daggers as weapons.

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After shooting the final episode of Lost, Lilly said she was considering taking a break from acting to focus on her charity and humanitarian efforts.

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