LOST Star Rebecca Mader Shows Off Her Sexy Fringe Love

As Charlotte Lewis, she won Daniel Faraday’s heart on LOST‘s mysterious Island. Now she’s trying to win the hearts of the producers of FOX’s sci-fi series Fringe. Friday night, Mader sent a tweet directed to executive producers Jeff Pinkner and J.H. Wyman, featuring the caption “Ready when you are boys!!!” The image featured Mader looking rather fetching wearing a Fringe t-shirt and a Fringe Division baseball cap.

Now, while most ‘sexy’ photos sent on Twitter usually end with a resignation from Congress, this one should be doing nothing but getting Mader more love. “I need you on #Fringe permanently,” replied one of Mader’s followers, which Mader retweeted.

It didn’t take Pinkner very long to respond. “Uh, that sound you hear? That BOOM…? That’s my brain exploding!” Even Fringe composer Chris Tilton was intrigued: “Can you come over here and help inspire music for Fringe?” he tweeted to her.

Is Mader trying to go for a stint on Fringe? I certainly wouldn’t mind seeing her in a guest or even recurring role. In addition to her role on LOST, we’ve recently seen Mader in roles on No Ordinary Family and Law & Order: Los Angeles. She’s recently been slated for a guest role on Covert Affairs. Here’s hoping that this tweet will convince Jeff Pinkner and J.H. Wyman to get her a role in Fringe‘s upcoming fourth season.

Fringe will return for a fourth season in September.

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