Cynthia Watros

Cynthia Watros is probably best known to primetime viewers for her performance as Libby during the second and final seasons of the supernatural drama Lost. She joined the cast in winning the 2006 Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Ensemble. Following Lost, Watros recurred as Sam Carr on House, M.D. for Fox. Her other primetime credits include regular roles on The Drew Carey Show and Titus, as well as guest-starring roles on Dog with a Blog, Grey's Anatomy, The Closer, Gossip Girl, CSI, Desperate Housewives, In Plain Sight, The Bill Engvall Show, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, and Spin City. She currently recurs on the hit webseries Video Game High School and stars in the upcoming MTV series Finding Carter.

Her recent film work includes Blood and Circumstance, Electrick Children, which premiered at the South by Southwest Film Festival in 2012, Park City, and the thriller Retribution. Her other film and television movie credits include Blink of an Eye, P.S. Your Cat Is Dead!, Washington Street, Just Pray, My Ex Life, The Rich Inner Life of Penelope Cloud, American Crude, Frank, Avenging Angel, Calvin Marshall, NBC’s 13-part horror anthology series, Fear Itself, Hallmark Hall of Fame movie A Smile as Big as the Moon, and motion capture animated film, Mars, which premiered at South by Southwest in 2010.

Watros has spent time on the stage in an off-Broadway show, Four Dogs and a Bone. Before that she played in The New York Theatre Company's, Standing By.

Watros also made her mark on daytime television with her memorable performance as Annie Dutton Banks on The Guiding Light, a role that earned her a Daytime Emmy. She returned to daytime television this year as Kelly Andrews on The Young and The Restless.