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Lost - Terry O'Quinn on John Locke (Paley Center Interview)

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Uploaded on May 2, 2011

Terry O'Quinn (John Locke) talks about playing two very different personalities within the same character on LOST. Michael Emerson (Ben Linus) says it's easiest to just "follow the words" in the script. Moderator Paul Scheer asks if the cast watches the show on TV.

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ABOUT THE PALEY CENTER:
In an era of rapid change in media and technology, the not-for-profit Paley Center for Media explores the evolving ways in which we create, consume, and connect through media. With locations in New York and Los Angeles, and the foremost public archive of television and radio programming, the Paley Center produces and curates programs, forums, and educational activities that engage the general public, industry professionals, and the creative community in an ongoing conversation about the impact of media on our lives. The Paley Center for Media is a hub of innovation and connection for entrepreneurs, investors, and consumers with its finger on the pulse of the next big thing in media. Go to http://www.paleycenter.org to learn more.

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