Lost star Evangeline Lilly has no plans to become one of Hollywood's leading ladies after the hit TV show ends - insisting she never wants to be as famous as Angelina Jolie.
The Canadian actress was tipped as one of the entertainment industry's rising stars when the TV show hit small screens in 2004.
But Lilly has snubbed a huge movie career, only taking on three supporting roles in films in the last five years.
And her lack of acting ambition has left her bosses disheartened - because she has the potential to be as successful as the Tomb Raider superstar.
She tells Women's Health magazine, "(Producers) have seen that I haven't picked up on the opportunity to become a big movie star. It frustrates (them) that they've given me this chance to become the next Angelina Jolie.
"Sure, I'd love to be her, but just the humanitarian side."
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