Twin Peaks was an American television series written by David Lynch and Mark Frost. It ran from April 8, 1990 to June 10, 1991, spanning 30 episodes.
Connections to LostEdit
- Two characters in Twin Peaks share uncommon names with characters from Lost: A character named James Hurley and another one from the prequel movie (Fire Walk with Me) named Chester Desmond.
- In Twin Peaks, there is an extra-dimensional place called the Black Lodge, that contains a mysterious aura/energy, similar to the Island.
- Both shows feature many uses of symbolism.
- Chris Mulkey, the actor who played the character of Mike in "Further Instructions", also played the role of Hank Jennings in Twin Peaks for 13 episodes. Twin Peaks featured a mysterious/demonic character named MIKE.
- Lindsay Frost, who played the role of Sabrina Carlyle, is the sister of Mark Frost and Scott Frost, two co-writers of Twin Peaks.
- Kyle MacLachlan is famous for playing the lead role of Agent Dale Cooper in Twin Peaks. He also narrated the clip show "Lost: the Answers".