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In 2011, post-Lost, Evangeline was called by Peter Jackson, producer of the Lord of the Rings movie trilogy and the modern day J. She is a big fan of Tolkien's written works including non-mainstream material, Peter Jackson wrote a custom role of the first female warrior elf in the franchise named Tauriel (meaning is "daughter of Mirkwood").Tauriel's character is based on female elves from Tolkien's other works.In 2008, Lilly appeared as Kate Austen in the TV series Lost where her salary per episode was around ,000.A renowned actress played the role of Tauriel in the box office hit movie .Evangeline Lilly was born Nicole Evangeline Lilly on , in Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta, Canada. Mouat Secondary School in Abbotsford, British Columbia.She belongs to American nationality and regarding her ethnicity, she is a White. At that time, she was heavily involved in sports especially in soccer as well as became a vice-president of the student council.She played the role of Tauriel in a movie called The Hobbit: The Destination of Smaug and for this role, she was nominated for many awards winning the MTV Movie Award for the category of Best Fight. Evangeline Lilly has landed a number of breakout roles in several blockbuster movies.For her iconic roles, the actress has also received a hefty amount of paycheque.
They had their her first child, a boy, in May 2011 named Kahekili (the thunder) referring to the thunderstorm that occurred during the home birth. They continue to live in Hawaii with Norman as a stay-at-home dad to shield their children from the media. Peter and Evangeline met at the Golden Globes a few years prior.
She has been a fervent volunteer for children's projects since the age of 14, and she founded and ran a world development and human rights committee at her university.
Prior to her starring role on Lost, Lilly worked as an extra on film sets to help pay her University tuition.
After working on The Hobbit movies as a lead actress, Evangeline was contacted by Marvel to play the role of Hope Van Dyne in the movie Ant-man (2015) and Ant-man and the Wasp in 2018.
Evangeline's character was "The Wasp" in the sequal and has the distinction of being the first female superhero in the Marvel Franchise to have her character's name in the title. Ant-man and the Wasp grossed 4 million at box offices globally, not including DVD and blu-ray sales.